Morritt, Charles. File of Letters from Morritt to Various Magicians. V.p., 1913/14/28/35. Ten pages total, comprising eight letters, all handwritten in fountain pen or pencil, correspondents comprising Will Goldston, Stanley Collins, and Sidney Oldridge, the latter written in 1928 on Morritt’s behalf by his wife (signed “B. Morritt”) and relating that his recent illness had prevented him from corresponding personally. The others in Morritt’s own hand and signed “Charlie” or “C. Morritt”, including a string of May 1935 letters to Goldston, addressed from Isolation Hospital (Chorley, Lancashire), regarding his declining health and plans to publish his biography. The final four letters, to Collins, dating 1913—14 and addressed from St. George’s Hall or other locations, on various matters including his acceptance of an invitation to join the Magicians’ Club (London), appointments, and business transactions. Collins letters stapled on album page, others loose, one accompanied by original mailing envelope addressed by Morritt.