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HOUG/EM/19/6 · Item · 16 Jul. 1878
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

3 Rue basse des Tintilleries, Boulogne sur Mer. - Houghton's kind offer to help his son Arthur; encloses copy of Mr Southwood's testimonial; Arthur favours engineering or architecture as a profession, can Houghton assist? Tuckerman himself must remain in Europe for some years.

Enclosure: copy of letter from Thomas Allen Southwood to Charles Keating Tuckerman, 15 Jul. 1878, in Tuckerman's hand. The College, Cheltenham. - Arthur wishes to leave at the end of term and enter the architectural profession; perhaps requires a little more mathematics but otherwise capable; his lack of physical strength; will be sorry to lose an able and esteemed pupil.

HOUG/EM/19/3 · Item · 8 Dec. 1865
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

Birchin Lane. - Can Houghton assist Percy [Melville Thornton]?; War Office being filled with NCOs; enclosed letter [no longer present] is proof that Percy would never pass the necessary examination; 'He is one of the best [...?] in England & Reginald says th[a]t on th[a]t account it had been determined to send him into the Church.

Add. MS a/726 · Item · 1972
Part of Additional Manuscripts a

The finished drawing is inscribed at top "To Alternative Richard Vane, the sole begetter" above the title of the ball, "The Other Glorious Twelfth." The verso of the sketch has instructions for wording to be added to the finished drawing announcing musical acts booked, as well as an instruction to add the words, "This show is put on by the man who promised Panem et Circenses."

Harris, Jonathan Toby (b 1953), Baron Harris of Haringey
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.