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Additional Manuscripts c

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  • 13th-20th c.

The additional manuscript series are artificial groups containing manuscripts from various sources. Most of the contents are single items or small groups, but they include some fairly large personal archives, either arranged in sequence or scattered in various places. See the overview of the collections (https://archives.trin.cam.ac.uk/index.php/overview).

Trinity College Library, Cambridge

Newton 350th anniversary: dinner menu and newsclipping

Printed menu for Newton 350th Anniversary Dinner, held on 3 July 1992. Newcutting, The Times "Saturday Review", 4 July 1992: new poem, Newton Enigmas, by Ben Okri, commissioned by the Master of Trinity, Sir Michael Atiyah, to mark the anniversary and performed for the first time by the Trinity College choir at the 3 July dinner in a setting by Richard Marlow, director of Music at Trinity.

Trinity College, Cambridge

Fisher House newsletters

The pamphlet for 1980 encloses a letter from the Chaplain, Maurice Couve de Murville, to Miss [Rosemary] Graham at Trinity College library, saying he is sending the newsletter as it 'contains notices of several Trinity men' and thanking her for her help; a copy letter from Miss Graham in reply, 27 Oct 1980, asks if the Library could have last year's too and be added to the subscription list. The pamphlet for 1979 therefore encloses another letter from Couve de Murville, 29 Oct 1980.

Letter from Ludwig Wittgenstein to Mary Cartwright with accompanying letters from Cartwright

Wittgenstein thanks Cartwright for the paper on 'Number' and asks if he may discuss it in the next class. Letter accompanied by a letter to Trinity Librarian Philip Gaskell with Cartwright's memory of the class 'What is Three?', her impressions of Wittgenstein and being invited to have tea with Wittgenstein and Howard Ursell. A postcard from Cartwright reports on her further attempts to date the letter.

Wittgenstein, Ludwig Josef Johann (1889-1951), philosopher

Index of Henry Jackson correspondence by Sir Henry Cholmondeley Jackson

Bound volume with cover title, "List of Writers of Letters to Henry Jackson (1839-1921), Fellow of Trinity College (1964-1921)", featuring an alphabetic list of correspondents with summaries of the letters and descriptions of the correspondents in Add.MS.c.24-47, with a letter tucked into a pocket in the back written by Henry Jackson 19 Oct. 1858, his first letter home from Trinity College, a sketch of the cloisters in Nevile's Court by Christopher Cornford, and a poem by Frances Cornford entitled 'Gone Down', three photographs of Jackson, his room in Nevile's Court, and his grave. Also pasted in are a printed list of books dedicated to Henry Jackson and a printed flysheet relating to reforms at the university.

Jackson, Sir Henry Cholmondeley (1879-1972) Knight, General

[Arthur Henry Hallam?] essays and notes, and later copies of Henry Fitzmaurice Hallam letters to Jane and William Brookfield

Three undated, unsigned essays, titled "Free Will. 'Equilibrium ad utrumque'", "Does V. Cousin's criticism of Locke's philosophy involve misconception and unfairness?", and "Is the French novel literature the 1st in Europe?" and a notebook of Greek exercises, all possibly in the hand of [Arthur Henry Hallam?].
Typescript and MS copies of 11 letters from Henry Fitzmaurice Hallam to his cousin Jane and her husband William Brookfield. The original letters are dated 1 Sept. 1846 to 7 Oct. 1850, and the copies, some of them incomplete, appear to be 20th century.

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Photocopies of Byroniana

Photocopies of letters by and relating to Lord Byron, particularly his relationship with Elizabeth Pigot, and her later contact with John Murray and others, with copies of Byron's will, poem fragments, and some printed material.

Tressilian Nicholas: papers relating to the commemoration of the award of the Victoria Cross to Arthur W. Tisdall

Correspondence between John Wordie, Robert Robson, and John Burnaby concerning information about Tisdall at Trinity College in the archives and memories of Fellows who knew Tisdall or were at Gallipoli with him. With letters between Tressilian Nicholas and John Wordie concerning the invitation to Nicholas to represent the College at the ceremony on board the HMS President commemorating the Victoria Cross award to Tisdall, with Nicholas' memories of Gallipoli, and of Wordie's father Sir James Mann Wordie. Accompanied by the invitation, the programme for the ceremony, the HMS President's typed schedule for the event, a news clipping relating to the ceremony and another about the speaker Rear-Admiral Godfrey Place, and an exchange of letters between Nicholas and John Bradfield about the ceremony.

Nicholas, Tressilian Charles (1887–1989), geologist

E. D. Adrian: copy typescript of his eightieth birthday speech

Two copies of the corrected typescript of Adrian's birthday speech made in the Combination Room before the Trinity College Fellows headed November 30th, 1969 with a MS note at top, 'Combination Room, Sunday 19th Nov.', sharing his memories of Trinity from 1908 to shortly before the onset of World War II. Accompanied by a card to Philip Gaskell asking for the return of the original.

Adrian, Edgar Douglas (1889–1977), 1st Baron Adrian, physiologist

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