Series 23 - Box 23

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Box 23


  • 1871-1954 (Creation)

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144 items: correspondence, certificates, administrative material, engravings and cartoon, newspaper clipping and other paper items.
1 leatherbound visitors' book.

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1-14: Items relating to R. C. Trevelyan's Military Service Tribunals and service with the Friends War Victims Relief Committee in France
15-24: Items relating to the marriage of R. C. Trevelyan and Elizabeth des Amorie van der Hoeven, including birth and baptism certificates.
25: Childhood ephemera, school-work and certificates of R. C. Trevelyan
26: Welcombe House visitors book, with letters to Elizabeth Trevelyan from Patrick Abercrombie (26A) and Clough Williams Ellis (26B)
27-85: Letters and postcards, mainly addressed to R. C. Trevelyan, some to both R. C. and Elizabeth Trevelyan (one addressed to Maria Germanova, 56), preserving some alphabetical arrangement.
86-95: Letters from R. C. Trevelyan, sometimes with Elizabeth Trevelyan, to Elizabeth's Dutch relatives.
96-120: Letters and postcards, mainly addressed to R. C. Trevelyan (one addressed to Donald Tovey, 96; one to Elizabeth Trevelyan, 100; one a copy of a letter from R. C. Trevelyan to Lily Gresford Jones, 112), preserving some alphabetical arrangement.
121: Miscellaneous material, much in the hand of R. C. Trevelyan. Includes draft poetry and draft/incomplete letters by Trevelyan.
122-128: Correspondence and portraits of Sir George Otto Trevelyan and Sir Charles Edward Trevelyan, predominantly on pages removed from scrapbook.
129-130: Two letters addressed to R. C. Trevelyan.

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