Series 6 - Box 6

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TRER/6

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Box 6

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  • 1892-1950 (Creation)

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227 items: letters (including copy letters); air-letters; postcards; telegrams; typed copy of a poem; newspaper cutting.

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1-30: Letters from Marie Busch to R.C. Trevelyan
31-46: Letters and postcards from Oswald Valentine Sickert to R. C. Trevelyan
47--56: Letters from Robert Oswald Sickert to R. C. Trevelyan
57-61: Letters from Eleanor Sickert to R.C. Trevelyan
62-64: Letters from Bessie Sickert to R.C. Trevelyan
65: Telegram from Vera Donnet (later Vera Bowen) to R. C. Trevelyan
66-79: Material relating to Logan Pearsall Smith: letters and a postcard from Logan Pearsall Smith to R.C. Trevelyan, and a letter from Robert Gathorne Hardy to Elizabeth Trevelyan regarding Pearsall Smith's letters to Trevelyan.
80-151: Material relating to Hasan Shahid Suhrawardy: letters and postcards from Suhrawardy to R. C. Trevelyan; typed copy of a poem by Suhrawardy; typed copy of an extract from one of Suhrawardy's letters; draft letter from R. C. Trevelyan to Gilbert Murray recommending Suhrawardy for a post at the League of Nations Secretariat, with Murray's reply; draft letter from R. C. Trevelyan about translation, probably to Julien Luchaire in reply to a letter suggested by Suhrawardy; letter from Brian Lunn about arranging reviews of Suhrawardy's book "Essays in Verse".
152-154: Copy letters from A. C. Swinburne to Pauline, Lady Trevelyan; newspaper cutting of article reprinting two Swinburne letters to Edmund Clarence Stedman.
155-227: Material relating to Sir Donald Francis Tovey and his family, comprising: letters and postcards from Tovey's first wife Grettie (Margaret Kerr Cameron) to Elizabeth and R. C. Trevelyan; letter from Grettie's aunt Jane Anderson to Elizabeth Trevelyan; letter from Hubert Warre Cornish to R. C. Trevelyan about Grettie's transferral to an asylum; letters and telegrams from Tovey's second wife Clara to Elizabeth and R. C. Trevelyan; letters from Mona Benson, producer of Tovey and Trevelyan's opera 'The Bride of Dionysus', to R. C. Trevelyan; letter from Arthur Cole to R. C. Trevelyan about Tovey material given to the library at King's College, Cambridge; letter from Roger Fry to Elizabeth Trevelyan regarding Donald Tovey.

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