Trevelyan, George Macaulay, 1876 - 1962 (historian)
Dates and places
1876-1962 Harrow; Trinity College, Cambridge
Third son of George Otto Trevelyan and his wife Caroline. Younger brother of R.C. Trevelyan. Married Janet Penrose, a historian in her own right, and had two children, Mary Caroline and Charles Humphrey, the latter of whom became a fellow of King's.
Fellow (1898-1903) and master (1940-51) of Trinity College, Cambridge. CBE, 1920. Publications include, 'Clio, a Muse' (1913), a trilogy on Garibaldi (1907-1911), 'History of England' (1926) and 'English Social History' (1944).
Found in 20 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.
64 autograph letters, signed, (some incomplete), 2 typed letters, signed, 18 autograph postcards, signed, and 1 photocopy of 'Commandments of the Flowers' from E.M. Forster. 1918-34.
1 autograph letter, signed, from R.C. Trevelyan to E.M. Forster. 26 July 1932.
To request this envelope, please use the following call mark: 18/Sassoon (2)
12 autograph letters, signed, 1 typed letter, signed, and 4 autograph postcards, signed.
Studio portrait of G. M. Trevelyan, head and shoulders, in old age. The photograph is mounted on card, dimensions 30.5 x 22.8 cm (photograph 21.3 x 16.3 cm). Sleeve 152.
2 autograph letters signed from George Macaulay Trevelyan.
1 typed letter signed.
1 autograph letter signed.
2 autograph letters, signed, and 3 typed letters, signed, to E.M. Forster. 1902 and 1956-60. Also 1 envelope inscribed by E.M. Forster.
To request this envelope, please use the following call mark: 18/Trevelyan, G.M.
see also 18/19
1 autograph letter signed and 1 typed letter signed.
17 autograph letters signed, 9 typed letters signed and 4 autograph postcards signed. The file also contains a photograph of G. M. Trevelyan and J. T. Sheppard at a Nottingham University degree day, 1949.
3 autograph letters, signed.
Two letters regarding the Appeal Committee of 1934 and Lord Rothermere. One letter was possibly dictated by Mrs.Trevelyan.
To request this document please use call mark: Misc. 17/10.
3 autograph letters signed to Clive Bell. 1945 and [1945x7].
Photocopies of 6 autograph letters signed, 1 typed letter signed to Clive Bell. [c. 1902]-1947.
9 autograph letters signed and 1 typed letter signed.
2 autograph letters, signed.
The letters are mostly from senior members of the University of Cambridge. With related items.
Includes mention of Sykes, N.; Murray, R. and Turberville, A.S.