Scope and arrangement
Contains approximately 50 letters from various correspondents mostly concerning Paget-Fredericks' collection of Anna Pavlova memorabilia. Of particular interest are letters from John Hayes, Assistant Keeper of the London Museum, regarding the Anna Pavlova Commemorative Exhibition, September 1-December 31, 1956. Other correspondents include: Jacques Cartier, Malo Brown, Leonard Boucher, and Renée Renouf Hall.|||Two notebooks containing notes and diagrams on dance positions and exercises.|||Twenty drawings and designs, all watercolor except two pen and ink (some dated 1920), for unidentified ballets.
The Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks papers are arranged in three series: