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Trinity College papers
Add. MS a/719/1 · File · 1961-1968
Part of Additional Manuscripts a

Trinity College material includes material from Larkin's academic career, with a letter from his tutor J. M. K. Vyvyan with the offer of a place at Trinity in 1961; supervision programmes from supervisor R. A. Leigh; examination papers for the Trinity College French prizes, March 1963; a letter of congratulations from the Master Lord Adrian on his first in Finals in 1964, to several long letters from Leigh relating to possible research topics in 1964-1965.

Material relating to his participation in Trinity athletics includes three photographs taken mid-race, race certificates and race results of the Hyde Park road relay, St Edmund Hall road relay, Selwyn College road relay, the 3 miles race, and the Cuppers Finals at Milton Road, accompanied by cuttings about the races.

Added to these are College Chapel services cards, menus for the Commemoration of Benefactors feast, an invitation and programme for the 1967 Trinity May Ball, an invitation to the Advanced Students dinner, and a menu for the Trinity Research student dinner.

Add. MS a/719/2 · File · 1961-1968
Part of Additional Manuscripts a

Larkin's University of Cambridge papers primarily relate to Larkin's athletics career, with fixture lists, results sheets, dinner menus and other items for the Cambridge University Hare and Hounds, including a photograph of the Hare and Hounds second team in 1962, a letter announcing his selection for the Hare and Hounds versus Oxford in November 1963, and two candid race photographs. There are also Cambridge University Athletic Club fixture lists and programmes and his running diary for 1963.

There are also Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos papers for Part I, May 1962; part II prelims., May-June 1963; and finals, May 1964.

A small collection of club and society ephemera consists of two Cambridge Union Society programmes for Michaelmas Term 1962 and Lent Term 1963, the Société Française de l'Université de Cambridge programme of events for Michaelmas 1966, programmes for the C. U. Mummers and Preston Society production of 'The Taming of the Shrew' in 1966. There are also two menus for the annual dinner of the Cambridge Old Bexhillian Association in May 1962 and 1963, with signatures of attendees.

Poetry by H. M. Butler
BUTJ/M/3/14/4 · Item · 1896-1899
Part of Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

A mix of draft and privately printed poems in English and Latin, including the printed An Attempt to Render Psalm CVII in Latin Elegiac Verse (1896) and "Sequelae", or the Results of an Examination (1898).

Poetry by H. M. Butler
BUTJ/M/3/14/2 · Item · 1882-1888
Part of Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

A mix of draft and privately printed poems, including "The Storm in a Teapot, Lochinver, August 23rd 1886" with a title page carrying a drawing of a teapot, a printed Latin translation of Tennyson's "Crossing the Bar."

BUTJ/M/2/1/24 · Item · 10 Dec 1808
Part of Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

justification of GB's actions during the rebellion, Parr's relations with Butler and Henry Drury, Lowndes an enemy. Accompanied by a later note by Sarah Maria Butler dated 29 June 1871 noting the content of the Parr letters and that she has given some Parr letters to Harrow.

Classical prize poems
BUTJ/L/1 · File · 1869-1932
Part of Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

Printed Gaisford Prize: Greek Theocritean Verse by John Arthur Godley, 1869, and Gaisford Prize, Greek Prose 1907, Herodotus at the Zoo by John Davidson Beazley, with Prolusiones Academicae, or Exercises which having obtained prizes in the University of Cambridge will be recited in the Senate-House on 11 June 1932.

Miscellaneous writings
BUTJ/L/20 · Item · 1901-c 1940
Part of Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

Includes a draft of a thanksgiving prayer by Bishop Taylor, a printed poem "Trinity Lodge, Cambridge" done at Christmas 1901 by E. W. H., and a Latin poem translation by H. A. J. Muro headed "I've seen so many changeful years."