Letters to Seaman from writers and others invited to speak to the Maitland Historical Society and Literary Society at Downing College, 1930-12 - 1933-06
Scope and Contents
Includes: Desmond MacCarthy (brief note); J. B. Priestley; E. M. Forster (who says he had previously enjoyed the hospitality of the Downing College Literary Society); Richard Hughes; G. G. Coulton; Ernest Barker; Gaillard Lapsley; Sir Charles Oman; H[erbert] Butterfield; James Passant (who suggested opening a discussion on 'The Future of the State'; F. M. Powicke. Also includes letters from A. C. Seward, H. D. Hazletine and H. Hamshaw Thomas re dinners in College and academic and personal references for L. C. B. Seaman from B. Goulding Brown, his director of studies in History at Downing and H. C. Whalley-Tooker, Senior Tutor, 1933.
- 1930-12 - 1933-06
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Language of Materials
L C B Seaman
Finding aid date
- Oman, Sir Charles William Chadwick, 1860-1946 (historian) (Person)
- Priestley, John Boynton, 1894-1984 (novelist and broadcaster) (Person)
- Lapsley, Gaillard Thomas, 1871-1949 (constitutional historian) (Person)
- Coulton, George Gordon, 1858-1947 (historian and controversialist) (Person)
- Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren, 1900-1976 (author) (Person)
- Butterfield, Sir Herbert, 1900-1979 (Knight and historian) (Person)