Stephen, James Kenneth, 1859 - 1892 (poet)
Dates and places
1859-1892. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 1885-1892.
Sphere of activity
Poet; tutor to Edward, Prince of Wales (Duke of Clarence).
Son of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, cousin to Virigina Woolf.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Two printed copies of J.K. Stephen's lyrics.
1 printed circular letter, addressed to W E Luce. The letter admonishes members for being 'mean, treacherous and disingenuous, as well as tyrannical, narrow-minded and brutal.'
This small collection of papers comprises poems, a few letters and two press cuttings.
Black and white photograph showing Walter Headlam, Walter Crum, J[ames] K[enneth] Stephen, Hugh Benson, M. Sanderson, Gerald Duckworth, R. Carr Bosanquet, Marcus Dinsdale, E[dward] H[enry] Douty, M[ontague] R[hodes] James, E[dward] Fred[eric] Benson and E[dward] Sanderson. The names written on the back of the photograph are back to front.