With envelope with typed address to Mrs E. Trevelyan, The Shiffolds, Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking, altered by annotation to make it appear as if it comes from 'Hurtenham Magazine Press, Tone St, Hurtenham'. Containing letter, 29 Dec. 1921.
'Simple Sequels to Serious Scene | (Hitherto unrecorded in the Histories of G. M. Trevelyan and Mommsen) | C. T., Wallington'. With note at top in red pen, 'A Merry Christmas from Charles Trevelyan'.
Front of notebook used by Robert Trevelyan for a list headed 'Early Poems. 1898-1922', and a distribution list for his From the Shiffolds for 1849 (this has extensive marking up in red and blue crayon). Nursery rhymes and other notes follow in red pen, perhaps not in Robert Trevelyan's hand.
Back of notebook used by Julian Trevelyan for an essay entitled 'An old friendship', on Bertrand Russell.
Includes personal correspondence, correspondence and papers relating to the Mass Observation movement, correspondence and papers relating to wartime camouflage and working papers for publications including Trevelyan's autobiographySans titre