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Inventory of the W. B. Yeats Letters
MS 317  
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box:folder 1:1

"My Dear Roberts,

The Canterbury Pilgrimage arrived this morning & its already in the place of honour over my mantlepiece."
May 28, 1902

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope
box:folder 1:2

"Sunday, night, Dear Mrs. Roberts,

Many thanks. I shall come Tuesday 1:15."
1933

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope & transcription
box:folder 1:3

Dublin, May 31

"Dear Mr. Roberts,

I thank you very much - I'm at 12th at S. My wife is not with me. Yours, W. B. Yeats"
May 1, 1933

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope
box:folder 1:4

"Dear Mr. Ellis Roberts,

I want to thank you for kindness to me during my sickness."
June 6, 1935

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope
box:folder 1:5

"Dear Ellis Roberts,

I thank you for these fine gifts, from you, I think."
July 11, 1936

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope
box:folder 1:6

"My dear Ellis Roberts,

I am trying to put together a little book of Marjory Ruddock's (?) poems.
September 17, 1936

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope, transcription
box:folder 1:7

"My dear Ellis Roberts,

I cannot think how I __."
September 27, 1936

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope
box:folder 1:8

"Dear Ellis Roberts,

I have carried your poem about with me for I suppose months, putting off writing out of sheer procrastination."
July 17, 1937

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope, transcription
box:folder 1:9

"Dear Sir: please excuse my long delay in answering, your question . . . " March 2 [?]

Physical Description: ALS, 1 page, envelope
box:folder 1:10

"Dear Mr. Roberts,

You must have wondered very much at not hearing from me about your book, but the truth is I forgot it in London. "
May 21 [?]

Physical Description: TLS, 1 page
box:folder 1:11

"My Dear Roberts,

I am very pleased and flattered that you should elect to dedicate that poem to me."
September 15 [?]

Physical Description: TLS, 1 page