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1. Violet Hunt to Ford Madox Ford (by date) [subseries]:
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TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910-1911]
  1. [n.p.] What does this mean from the Lyceum? Elsie?
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Fragment I had a long talk with Mrs Clifford to day.
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] ...two? The one about my getting to bed at 10
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Not a sign have I had from Humphreys.
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. Smeeth Hill, Ashford, Kent Dearest, I am writing a line from here- as soon as I arrived
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Sunday morning, 23rd [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] My dear dear Ford. I think I write awful letters always, in such
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Ford. Yes, I suppose I was too busy-
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Darling. I think you more than ever a genius
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] ...ten days! Last night, clad in sober black
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With carbon copy and later typed copy, all but the latter with annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Why did I worry you? Why did I serve Humphreys
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. I wish I didn't seethe justice of your arguments
  2. 2 ll. + 1
  3. With fragment of an earlier typed copy.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. My dear. I like my place, deep down in your heart and I shall
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Monday, 31 [1910]
  1. [n.p.] My dearest, my darling. How can I have depressed you?
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Tuesday, 25 [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. What do you think I have done with your Reminiscences?
  2. 3 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Thursday evening [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. My hand shakes so. I don't know why.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Tuesday [early 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Ford. I am just off to the doctor's. Silvia has written
  2. 1 l.
  3. With TL [copy], Silvia Hunt Fogg-Elliot to her sister Violet Hunt, [n.d.], concerning why Silvia's daughter Rosamund cannot stay with Hunt.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- June 14, 1910
  1. [n.p.] Dear, You replied in the Westminster with such effect to a belated/ question
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Sept. 28, 1910
  1. [n.p.] Dear darling Ford. My life seemed to stop at 8 o'clock sharp yesterday morning
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand, including a note that this is her first letter to Ford after leaving Marburg on the previous day.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Not a long letter, darling Ford, I am filled with
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. I can't quite make out your telegram. There is no such word
  2. 3 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Oct. 1 [1910]
  1. [n.p.] I don't know where you are. I have sent one long letter to Marburg
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written from a postcard.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 3, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] I can't read very well your p.c. from your new address.
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With TL [copy], Curtis Brown & Massie to Ford Madox Ford, October 3, 1910.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Oct. 4, 1910
  1. [n.p.] I did propose to E.H.A. what you said,
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written from a postcard and sent to Ford in Giessen.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 11, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Darling. I send you Shakespeare and some photos. Shall I send you
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With TL [copy], Demetia Kenneth Brown to Hunt, October 11, 1910.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Oct. 15, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Ford. Just a line . I am all right-
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written from a postcard and sent to Ford at 29, Nordanlage, Giessen.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 15, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dear, Answer this! I suppose you can't, alas!
  2. 1 l.
  3. With TL [copy], Mrs. E.A. Smedley to Ford, October 15, 1910, inviting him to the Christina Rossetti Centenary dinner.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 21, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] This what Mr. H. says he would write
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With TL [copy], The English Review to Ford Madox Ford, October 21, 1910. Written and signed by Austin Harrison.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Oct. 21, 1910
  1. [London] Dearest. I am writing in Humphrey's office.
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] ...won't have it. I won't nor will I store it or destroy it
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. 1, Cloisters, Temple, E.C. I squared Mrs. Low, I think. She went out murmuring,
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest, I am appalled- I stay appalled. Eighteen months!
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.d.] I read a little of Mr. Sorell
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. The dentist says I must have a tooth out without delay-
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. The New Victorian Club, 30a, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, W. Dearest love. I have got half an hour
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. You see I am being very good.
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. When will you get this? I can't tell.
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Monday [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Ford, my very heart, you are. Don't be cross & compare me
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Wednesday [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. The business letter- mine- went off this morning.
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Nov. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] I have taken a type-written copy of this
  2. 1 l.
  3. With TL [copy], The London Magazine to Ford Madox Ford, November 1910. Written and signed by Comyns Beaumont.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Nov. 10, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] This is about what I wrote to S.
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.
  4. With TL [copy], Violet Hunt to Silvia Hunt Fogg-Elliot, [ca. November 10, 1910], and TL [copy], Rosamund Fogg-Elliot Wilkinson to her aunt, Violet Hunt, [n.d.].


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest, darling. I am so sorry for you, and you are so sorry
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. Dearest. I think it will take me all the morning
  2. 4 ll.
  3. Concerned in part with the publication of Ford's story "Riesenberg" and other writings.
  4. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Riesenberg. No, dearest, don't sit in any safety valve
  2. 4 ll.
  3. Concerned in part with the publication of Ford's story "Riesenberg."
  4. Mentions going to Spa, Belgium on the 9th.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Reisenberg. Dearest. Can you- or will you let me shorten "Riesenberg"
  2. 1 l.
  3. Concerned with publication of Ford's story "Riesenberg."


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Tuesday morning [ca. December 1910]
  1. Dearest. Let me be quite serious. I am awfully sorry it vexes you
  2. 3 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Thursday morning [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. I'm so glad you like the story.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] R.[osamund] has written a stupid heartless letter,
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dear. Will you execute this as quickly as you can
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest darling, They say you are charming!
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Mrs. Low has been telephoning - She has
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Lempriere say that...Dearest. Just a line.
  2. 2 ll. + 4


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford (continued) -- [ca. 1911]
  1. With a second typed copy and a carbon copy, done on a different typewriter (and earlier?), the latter with annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Friday night [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dear darling. Don't mind the Lyceum Club
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. What can I write to you in 20 minutes? The carriage
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1911]
  1. [n.p.] 53. I have got my revise proofs and I want you to send me
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With the carbon copy and another typed copy, done on a different typewriter (and earlier?).


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Feb. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Fragment Dearest. Why do you get my letters all posted
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Mar. 31?, 1911]
  1. [n.p.] I'm going to tea with Roy
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand and an additional sheet (AM) with notes on it.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Apr. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Darling. I don't want to say anything wrong- or to upset you
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Aug. [1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Mrs Boughton has just bounced in to tell me
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [autumn 1911] 6.30. p.m.
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Ford, I've been to Lane and saw Jenkyns.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


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Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [1910-1911]
  1. Photocopies of letters to Ford Madox Ford