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Biographies of J.L. Carr and biographies which mention him

 Mary Elizabeth Kelly (1954). The Adventures of an Exchange Teacher. Vantage Press, Inc., New York; xiv, 205 pp

The experiences of Mae Kelly, the school teacher from Huron who exchanged her place with J.L. Carr, in thirteen schools in Birmingham and her travels in England, Ireland and the Channel Island in 1938 - 39.

 Byron Rogers (undated). The Life & Times of J.L. Carr. Northampton Libraries and Information Service, pp 28

A short biography, with photographs and illustrations of Carr's work.

 Byron Rogers (2003). The Last Englishman. The Life of J.L. Carr. Aurum Press Ltd, pp 274

A detailed biography of Carr with a bibliography taken from Carr's History of the Quince Tree Press.

 J.D. Bramley (2003). In Them Days. A scrapbook of Friends and Happenings and... An Alternative Enterprise. Home Farm, Sherburn-in-Elmet, Leeds, pp 200.

Chapter 10, entitled Writers, is about J.L. Carr.

 R.W. Carr (2007). Visions Afar. The Journal of R W Carr, 1905-2005. Compiled by J.D.Bramley and A.R. Gamble. Home Farm Publications and Grove Business Sevices Ltd, pp 205.

The memories of J.L. Carr's elder brother, Raymond Welbourn Carr, who died in 2005 aged 99 y 10 months. It was reviewed in The Yorkshire Post.