Page, Frederick, b 1879 (editor)
- Existence: b 1879
Page, Frederick (b 1879) editor of Notes & Queries
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This book was edited by Francis Meynell, his sisters Olivia and Viola, and Frederick Page.
Alice Meynell: some uncollected verse, by Frederick Page, 1940-1946 (The earlier date is estimated.)
Galley proof of an unidentified and undated article, signed 'Fanny Price'. With this is a typescript of 2 pages captioned 'The poetry of Alice Meynell' by Page. This is dated June 1946.
Three copies of the printed catalogue, all with ms. corrections. With these are ms. notes for the entries by Frederick Page.
Correspondence about a meeting of the Newman Society and a requiem mass in Westminster Cathedral, 1947
The meeting of the Newman Society did not take place. Meynell's correspondents were Gervase Mathew, Frederick Page, Mary Speakman, and Gordon Wheeler. With the letters is a typescript by Page 'The religious poetry of Alice Meynell' which was to have been his talk at the meeting.
Meynell's correspondents are Viola Dallyn, Frederick Page, Derek Patmore, and Charles Tennyson.
Correspondence of Francis Meynell about Alice Meynell, Wilfrid Meynell, George Meredith, and Agnes Tobin, 1929-1971
The correspondence is among Francis Meynell, Geoffrey Bliss, John Johnson, and Frederick Page (1939-1940). Also included are 2 letters from Wilfrid Meynell to Francis (1939-1940), and letters between Meynell and Page about corrections in a reprint (1948).
Among the letters is a typescript captioned 'Browning - a conversation' by Page, with his covering letter (1946?).
The lecture was given to the Poetry Society on 11 Oct. 1947 at a meeting celebrating her centenary. The programme also included a lecture by Frederick Page and readings of 'poems in praise' by Margaret Rawlings and Meynell. He repeated the lecture with additions at Eton College on 31 October.
Typescript (carbon copy) of 2 pages; exchange of letters with the editor of The Times; and clipping from The Times 30 July 1962.
The correspondents include Geoffrey Cumberlege, Archie Harradine, Frederick Page, Phebe R. Ramsey, Grant Richards, Anne K. Tuell.
Letters to Meynell from C. Despard, Laurence Housman, Edward Marsh, Charles F. G. Masterman, G. H. Mennell, Pamela McKenna, Frederick Page, O. R. Vassall-Phillips, Arthur Quiller-Couch, and Charles Williams . With these are original ms. letters to Alice Meynell from Francis Meynell (3 Nov. 1915) and Helen Eden; and a draft letter from Meynell to Clifford Allen (undated).
Ms. transcriptions of the poems by Frederick Page, and typescript transcriptions. With these is a letter from Francis Meynell to Wilfrid Meynell about the provenance of the poems (an album belonging to John Squire).
Manuscript of 126 leaves, so titled, written on the rectos only; removed from a folder marked 'Fred Page's written copy of F.T.'s note books'.