Available online are letters written by Browne, including an account of the drive with Edith Bone from London to Barcelona, 1936 as well as many drawings and a sketchbook covering her travels through Europe and first-hand depictions of people caught up in the Spanish Civil War.
Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.
- Collection Owner
- Felicia Browne 1904–1936
- Tate Archive
- Purchased by Tate Archive from Jim Sproule, Lin Sproule and Felicia France, November 2010.
- TGA 201023
178 objects in this collection
- This series mainly contains correspondence from Felicia Browne to her friend Elizabeth Watson. In these letters Browne discusses her political views, describes her job in a restaurant and tea-room, and tells Watson about her trip to France and Spain, including joining the Republican militia shortly before her death. There is also one letter from Edith [Bone], Browne's travelling companion in Spain, regarding arrangements for their Spanish trip.
- TGA 201023/2