Cremer, Robert Wyndham Ketton-, 1906-1969 (biographer and county historian)
- Existence: 1906 - 1969
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript, galley proof, and letter from the author to Christopher Dobson.
Bibliographical Series of Supplements to 'British Book News' on Writers and Their Work. First published in 1958 and reprinted in 1966 with additions to the bibliography. Includes manuscript notes on the bibliography pages, and an article relating to the bi-centenary of the death of Thomas Gray in Stoke Poges.
Two letters and a postcard from R. W. Ketton-Cremer to Peter Hawkes; Felbrigg Hall and London, 16 Aug. 1964-7 Nov. 1964
Letters and related items, mostly addressed to the editors of the Cambridge Review, and predominantly to Peter Hawkes. Some letters were intended for publication; most of the others concern the contribution (or otherwise) of articles and book reviews.
Enclosed: 2 sheets of notes (Dawson Turner), 3 sheets of notes (A.N.L. Munby), a rubbing, a letter: J. Bumstead to unidentified, 205 High Holborn, 7 Jul 1852, and a letter to Tim [Munby] from, [Robert] Wyndham [Ketton-Cremer], Felbrigg Hall, Norwich, 6 Nov 1961.
Volume inscribed by R. Wyndham Ketton-Cramer, who gave it to Munby in Nov. 1961, 1763-Nov 1961 (circa)
Inscription reads: 'This is a copy draft of the first printed work in French devoted to bookbinding, Jean-Vincent Capronnier de Gauffecourt's Traité de la Relieure des Livres, printed in 1763'
- ARCHON code (for CUL materials)
- Archives and MSS Dept. (GBR/0012) 4