Douglas Goldring (1887–1960) was a British writer and journalist. He left Oxford University without a degree in 1906 and subsequently served on the editorial staff of "Country Life", sub-editor under Ford Madox Ford of "The English Review", and edited his own literary magazine, "The Tramp". He founded the Georgian Group, a branch of The Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings, in 1937. He contributed to journals, wrote letters to editors, and published numerous books, including poetry, novels, literary criticism, travel and two autobiographies.
Correspondents reflect his literary and intellectual circles, and include: Mary Butts, Ford Madox Ford, Bertrand Russell and Ethel Mannin. To see an inventory of the Douglas Goldring archives in Special Collections and University Archives, UVic Libraries, please see here.
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