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Photograph of the W. Somerset Maugham Luncheon, October 11, 1950

Photograph of the W. Somerset Maugham Luncheon, October 11, 1950

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Transcribed from item: "W. Somerset Maugham luncheon in Whittall pavilion, Oct. 11, 1950, when he presented original manuscript of 'Of Human Bondage.' Seated at table: Mr. Maugham; bending over, David Mearns, Chief of Manuscript Division; standing (directly behind Mr. Maugham), Mary McGrory of 'The Evening Star.' [See LCIB, Oct. 16, 1950, pp. 9-10]"





Mearns, David C. (David Chambers), 1899-1981
Maugham, W. Somerset (William Somerset), 1874-1965
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