Lennox Robinson 1928 American Tour Vertical File Manuscript | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center
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Scope and Contents: Correspondence and other materials related to Lennox Robinson's 1928 American lecture tour. Correspondence includes letters dated between March 26, 1928, and February 26, , some on Abbey Theatre stationery, and one postcard, written from Robinson to James B. Pond, Jr., agent for lecturers, and Pond Bureau staff. Correspondence covers tour itinerary and expenses and includes an outline of the three lectures Robinson planned to give, a statement about Robinson's career, his views on Irish nationalism, and a brief mention of his friendship with William Butler Yeats. Other materials include a press release and two copies of the lecture program, prepared by the Pond Bureau.