The collection consists of two handwritten letters from Lord Alfred Douglas to Mrs. Vane-Tempest (Edith Helen Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Marchioness of Londonderry, 1879-1959), in which he discusses the poems which she sent to him and thanks her for her praise of his own.
The collection consists of a 2 page hls, May 26, 1937, from Henry Simpson to Meyerstein re: Meyerstein's Briancourt; a 1 page hls, Jan. 13, 1945, from Meyerstein to Henry Simpson; a 1 page, Jan. 29, 1945, incomplete draft typed letter reply to Meyerstein from Henry Simpson about Meyerstein's Azure.
The fonds consists of a handwritten letter from Miron Grindea (Adam International); photocopies of typescript poems and translations (numbered and signed by Russell); reprint and photocopied typescript of two articles; photocopies of revised typescript and extracts from "Ephemeron" (also numbered and signed by Russell).
The collection consists of a handwritten letter and a typed, signed letter to Maurice Wollman. Both letters are concerned with Wollman's proposed poetry anthology. In the letters, Spender refuses to allow any of his poems to be included. There is also a portrait etching of Spender by Edgar Holloway. It is number eight of seventy-five signed copies (by the artist). It is in the style of Holloway's etching of T.S. Eliot.