H.G. Wells Correspondence
The H.G. Wells Collection consists of the papers of Herbert George Wells (1866-1946), English novelist and essayist. The collection includes correspondence about business and legal affairs; letters to the press; diaries, journals, drawings, publication records, manuscripts and proofs of published works; speeches; unpublished material; and photographs.
WELLS-1 is the main part of the collection, consisting of over 2,500 letters from Wells and 65,000 to Wells.
There are separate listings of correspondence to Wells from G.B. Shaw and Joseph Conrad.
This query form enables a search of a representative, but not comprehensive, sample of information from all parts of the Wells Correspondence database.
Search Wells-1/2/3/9 Correspondence
Search Wells Conrad Shaw correspondence
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