James Payn (1830-1898) was a English author and magazine editor. The collection consists of original holograph manuscripts
of Payn's novels
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Payn was born on February 28, 1830 in Cheltenham, Glos, England; attended Eton, the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and
Trinity College, Cambridge (1849-54); wrote novels, including Lost Sir Massingberd (1864), A perfect treasure (1869), and By proxy (1878); became editor of Cornhill magazine (1883-1896); he died on March 25, 1898 in London.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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