Item 85 - Letter from Arthur Cole to R. C. Trevelyan

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Letter from Arthur Cole to R. C. Trevelyan


  • 23 May 1941 (Creation)

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15 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.2. - Thanks Trevelyan for his generosity in sending him the "Bride of Dionysus" vocal score; does not wish for it for 'utterly selfish' reasons, as he thinks it should be in the Music Library at King's [College Cambridge]. Will have it bound and sent there with a record that Trevelyan is the donor. Irene Cooper-Willis says Trevelyan might like to see the 'enclosed bookplates' [no longer present], which were engraved for him by G. T. Friend; the 'simplest (& perhaps the most successful) was derived at some distance from one of the Trinity plates'.

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