Series 20 - Box 20

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TRER/20

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Box 20

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  • 1831?-1951 (Creation)

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96 items: letters (some draft), telegram, postcard, accounts and other financial material, poems, autobiographical material.

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1-22: Letters and a telegram to R. C. Trevelyan relating to his work "Sisyphus"; 17 is also addressed to Elizabeth Trevelyan; 22 is a quotation by Longmans, Green & Co. for publication of the piece.
23-66: Correspondence relating to the "Annual of New Poetry", with 58 being a memorandum of terms of publication, except:
31: Letter from John Cann Bailey to R. C. Trevelyan
53: Poem and illustration by Thomas Sturge Moore to R. C. Trevelyan
54: Letter from Dadie Rylands to R. C. Trevelyan
55: Letter from G. M. Trevelyan to Desmond MacCarthy
56: Short printed biographical sketch of G. M. Trevelyan as a child.
67-76: Poems, some in Latin and Ancient Greek, by G. O. Trevelyan, R. C. Trevelyan, and others
77: Autobiographical sketch by R. C. Trevelyan.
78-96: Letters to R. C. Trevelyan regarding theatrical productions, most from actors; some financial returns for productions included.

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