Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes, 1862 - 1932 (humanist, historian and philosopher)
Dates and places
1862-1932 KCC 1881; Fellow, 1888-1932
Legal status / Nationality
Sphere of activity
University Lecturer, Writer
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Most of the files contain five or more letters. Some files include letters from more than one member of a family, and the larger correspondences occupy two or more files.
The files contain correspondence and poetry, also 5 autograph letters signed from Helen Fry.
1 autograph letter, signed, and 5 typed letters, signed, to J.M. Keynes. 1908-.
1 carbon typed letter, signed, from J.M. Keynes. 24 Feb. 1932.
This file also contains a proof of a petition organised by 'Cambridge Magazine' against Bertrand Russell's dismissal from Trinity College, Cambridge, .
This file contains exchanges at draft and proof stages with (among others) G. Lowes Dickinson, F.A. Keynes, Arthur Salter, J.T. Sheppard and H.A. Siepmann. It also includes press cuttings reporting Sir Eric Geddes' speech in Cambridge, November 1918, famous for exhorting the Allies to 'squeeze Germany until the pips squeak'.
1 autograph letter, signed.
This collection includes the fiction and non-fiction writing of GLD, including prose, poems, academic and political writing, personal and professional correspondence, articles written for newspapers and magazines, and his autobiographical writing. It also includes some newscutting, and writings about GLD after he died.
Photograph of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson (1862-1932) as a young man. He is reading a book on a desk. 1/2 length, looking to the left in profile. Possibly taken at King's College, Cambridge. Mounted on card, 16.4 x 10.6 (photograph 14.7 x 10.2). Inscribed on back, by E.M. Forster, 'G.L. Dickinson K.C.C. / aged c. 22'. (Sleeve 100)
Photograph of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson looking downward and to the right, writing at a slanted desk resting on a table, wearing a skull cap and glasses. On the table are a blotter, flowers and a lamp. Possibly taken at Cambridge. Print, 19.9 x 17.4. Inscribed on back, by E.M. Forster, 'Goldie Dickinson'. Former catalogue inscribed 'Taken by Raisley Moorsom (or a member of his family) chez soi'. (Sleeve 102)
Two portraits, from different angles, of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson wearing skull cap and glasses. Two photographs, 14.6 x 9.6. EMF/27/985 inscribed on back, by E.M. Forster, 'Goldie Dickinson'. (Sleeve 432)
Four photographs, from different angles, of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson wearing skull cap and glasses. Four photographs, 14.6 x 9.6. Some images inscribed on back, by E.M. Forster, 'Goldie Dickinson'. (Sleeve 101)
Snapshot of Goldsworthy ('Goldie') Lowes Dickinson sitting on grass with a map or piece of paper lying beside him. He has a cigarette in his mouth, and his face is partially obscured by the hat he holds out in front of him.
Snapshot of Goldsworthy ('Goldie') Lowes Dickinson standing on the lawn of the Front Court at King's College, with the Chapel in the background. He wears a hat, has his hands by his sides, holds some books in his right hand, and looks towards the camera.
Photocopy of 1 autograph letter signed to the senders of the round robin in the Ideal Home Exhibition dispute.
Off-print of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson's Ingersoll Lecture, printed as no. 6, vol. II of an unidentified periodical.
1 typed letter, signed, from Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson to Mary Ruth Brooke, with envelope.
1 typed letter signed.
The volume of letters includes 1 photograph of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson and several newspaper obituaries of him.
1 autograph letter, signed and 8 typed letters, signed. Undated.
This file also contains an order of memorial service for Goldsworthy Lowes Dickingson dated 1932 and 1 autograph letter, signed, from May Lowes Dickinson, 24 Oct. .
2 autograph letters signed and a poem.
12 autograph letters signed and 1 typed letter signed. The file includes 1 autograph manuscript sheet of notes.
2 autograph letters signed and 17 typed letters signed. The file also contains 1 autograph letter signed from Gerald Heard to GLD, 31 Oct. 1931.