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Mavor, Osborne Henry, playwright, pseudonym James Bridie, 1888-1951


Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

284 letters of O H Mavor to Rona Mavor.

Identifier: Acc.6707
Scope and Contents

Mainly on personal matters, and mentioning his experiences as an Army medical offices in the Second World War,

With a letter, 1923, of Sir George Adam Smith to R B Mavor, on her forthcoming marriage.

Dates: 1923, 1939-1942, 1950.

Correspondence and papers of Douglas Young, including papers and printed material of the Scottish National Party, PEN International and other political and cultural bodies.

 Record Group
Identifier: Acc.6419 Box 1(1)-Box 108(3)
Scope and Contents

Including manuscripts and typescripts of poems, articles, reviews and lectures.

With letters of and to various correspondents, including James Bridie, C M Grieve, Neil Gunn, Eric Linklater, Naomi Mitchison, and Edwin Muir.

And documents and correspondence concerning the SNP, PEN, the Saltire Society, and other organisations.

Dates: 1890-1973, undated.

Correspondence of Andrew Tannahill.

Identifier: Acc.12652
Scope and Contents

Including letters of J D Ferguson, C M Grieve (Hugh MacDiarmid), Hamish Henderson, O H Mavor and Douglas Young

Dates: 1945-1986.

Letters to John Macnair Reid.

Identifier: Acc.5651
Scope and Contents

Including letters of Lewis Grassic Gibbon, Robert Graves, C M Grieve, O H Mavor, and Siegfried Sassoon.

Dates: 1928-1935.

Papers of Alexander Reid.

Identifier: Acc.8348
Scope and Contents

Including letters, notebooks, diaries and corrected typescripts of plays, short stories, poems, novels, and articles.

Correspondents include James Bridie, Neil Gunn, and Robert McLellan.

Dates: 1928-1981.

Papers of and concerning O H Mavor, pseudonym James Bridie.

Identifier: Acc.11309
Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts of plays, articles, broadcast talks and biography.

Dates: 1904-1988.

Papers of James Bridie.

Identifier: Acc.9887
Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, theatre programmes and manuscripts and corrected typescripts of plays, films and short stories.

Dates: 1928-1951.

Papers of O H Mavor, pseudonym James Bridie.

Identifier: Acc.11310
Scope and Contents

Includes family correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts of plays, sketches, drawings, photographs and personal memorabilia.

Dates: 1899-1953 and undated.

Papers of Robert Kemp.

Identifier: Acc.7622
Scope and Contents

Including diaires, accounts, photographs and typesripts of plays, novels, short stories, addresses, broadcast talks and documentaries.

With letters of, among others, James Bridie and Cedric Thorpe Davie.

Dates: circa 1920-1967.

Photocopies of 16 letters of James Bridie to Joan White.

Identifier: Acc.9877
Scope and Contents

Mostly concern Bridie`s plays.

Dates: 1935-1946 and undated.

Photocopies of correspondence, 1933-1950, between James Bridie and Sir Barry Jackson.

Identifier: Acc.9879
Scope and Contents

Concerning plays by Bridie.

With press cuttings, 1929-1933.

Dates: 1929-1950.

Photocopy of a letter of James Bridie to Marjorie Dence.

Identifier: Acc.9878
Scope and Contents

Concerns Perth Theatre.

Dates: 1945.

Two letters, 1939, 1951, of Osborne H Mavor to Dorothy Walton.

Identifier: Acc.5980
Scope and Contents

Mentioning the Glasgow Ballad Club and contemporary fiction.

With letters, 1960, 1969, one each of Sir Hector Hetherington and Benno Schotz.

Dates: 1939-1969.

Additional filters:

Correspondence. 8
Letters. Correspondence. 8
Typescripts. 7
Plays. 6
Manuscripts. 4