RepositorySpecial Collections Archives (GB 0029)
Ref NoEUL MS 207/7
Alt Ref NoMS 207/7
Datec 1890-1901
LevelSection
Extent1 volume
TitlePapers relating to Guy du Maurier
Admin HistoryGuy du Maurier (1865-1915) was a soldier and playwright, and was the eldest son of George and Emma du Maurier. His military career began at the Royal Military College in Sandhurst, from which he was commissioned into the Royal Fusiliers. His overseas postings took him to India, and later to South Africa, where he fought in the Second Boer War. Guy du Maurier perfomed in many amateur theatricals, which he often also stage-managed and produced. He is best-known for the play 'An Englishman’s Home'. He died in combat in France during the First World War.
Access StatusOpen
Creator_NameMaurier; Guy Louis Busson du (1865-1915); soldier and playwright
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