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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 105 Collections and/or Records:

Letter Books: Clerk and Treasurer, 1927 - 1941

 Series
Identifier: LHB7/18
Scope and Contents Bound volumes containing carbon copies of letters sent out by the Clerk and Treasurer of the Hospital. Indexed.
Dates: 1927 - 1941

Letter Books: Treasurer’s Department, 1846 - 1929

 Series
Identifier: LHB7/17
Scope and Contents Bound notebooks containing copies of letters sent out by the treasurer, or on their behalf. Indexed.
Dates: 1846 - 1929

Letter from Claude Debussy to André Caplet, 16 November 1909

 Item — Box CLX-A-353
Identifier: Coll-1848/17-0188/1
Scope and Contents Letter sent by Claude Debussy to André Caplet on the 16th of November 1909. Debussy and Caplet were friends and collaborators; the latter orchastrated some of the former's works. In this letters, it appears that Caplet had been sick and Debussy was asking for news.Text of the letter:16 Novembre 1909Cher André Caplet,En me téléphonant des choses artistiques dénuées de tout intérêt,...
Dates: 16 November 1909

Letter from 'Edie' to 'Eunice', 15 December 1881

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1843/5
Scope and Contents A letter from Edie to Eunice, headed Jenkyn Place 15 December 1881, on two folded sheets discussing servant problems, the arrangement of a party and the Farnham Christmas show.
Dates: 15 December 1881

Letter from John Macmurray to Miss How, and photograph of Macmurray walking with an unidentified individual, 17 July 1933

 File — Box CLX-A-371
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0205
Scope and Contents This file contains a letter dated 17 July 1933 written by John Macmurray from University College, London to a Miss How (Joyce Roberts, nee How) saying he was unable to address the S.C.M at Bedford College, and signed by him. S.C.M possibly stands for 'Student Christian movement'. There is also a photo of Macmurray walking with an unknown individual.
Dates: 17 July 1933

Letter from Walter de la Mare to John Atkins, 2 April 1948

 Item — Box CLX-A-371
Identifier: Coll-1848/18-0117/2
Scope and Contents Long autograph letter signed, from Walter de la Mare to John Atkins, dated 2 April 1948, The Old Park. The letter says that "Alas, I didn't deserve one word of your reference to the R.L.F [Royal Literary Fund]. I wish it were otherwise. Illness as you know prevented my attending the Meeting of the Committee. ... I was very glad to hear that a grant has been awarded... . All that you said concerning the writing of books keenly interested me. There are outstanding exceptions, of course, but, in...
Dates: 2 April 1948

Letter to [Hubert James Foss] from Arthur Melville Clark, 12 July 1942

 Item
Identifier: Coll-411/1/1/L2306
Scope and Contents Letter, 12 July 1942, Edinburgh, Arthur Melville Clark to [Hubert Foss]. Enclosing correspondence between Tovey and Arthur Melville Clark in connection with the publication ' Seventeenth Century studies: Presented to Sir Herbert Grierson, 1938'. Holograph signed.
Dates: 12 July 1942

Letters, November 1903-18 February 1914

 File
Scope and Contents Letters. Letter from [Rev.] John MacNeill, Eriskay, 22 October 1907, words of ‘Gur millis Morag’ and ‘Nighean dubh’ appended. Note from Charles [Kennedy], [November 1903], on reverse of ‘Mrs KennedyFraser’s Song Lectures [...] Schubert Programme’, 1903-1904. Letter from Katherine W. Grant, Tarbert, Loch Fyne, 22 July 1908. Stencilled letter,...
Dates: November 1903-18 February 1914

Letters from George Mackay Brown to Lawrence Millman

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-373, Folder: Coll-1878: Letters from George Mackay Brown to Lawrence Millman.
Identifier: Coll-1878
Content Description This fonds comprises 81 manuscript letters sent by George Mackay Brown to American writer and ethnographer Lawrence Millman, who was George M. Brown's only regular North American correspondent. Brown and Millman met in Stromness in 1977, and were friends for fifteen years. In his letters, Brown talks about his personal life and his writing, and refers to Millman's irish book Our Like Will Not Be There Again, as well as his prose poems. They corresponded...
Dates: 22 July 1977-12 February 1987

Letters from Thomas Chalmers to various correspondents

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-360
Identifier: Coll-1856
Scope and Contents A group of thirteen letters from Thomas Chalmers to various correspondents, 1820-1846. Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, 16 February 1820: ('One reason for calling 1 upon you this evening was earnestly to solicit the hastening forward of our school estimates. Another was to speak to you of Mr McLeod in his capacity as a candidate for the reading school belonging to the Highland Society. I...
Dates: 1820-1846