Letters to and from Sir John Plumb, 1937 (circa)
Scope and Contents
 JHP to ROY [?], 16 NOV 1937. 'Peil is a fool. Don't take any notice of his inanities'; 'Snow was frightfully angry about the job'; reminiscences of holiday on 'Cote Basque';
 JHP to ROY [?], part of a letter, n.d. Teaching dull women at Girton; how he spends his days in Cambridge, wishes he had time to write;
 [ROY?] to JHP, n.d. Reaction to JHP's election to a fellowship at Christ's.
- 1937 (circa)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Found in a copy of Rubáiyát, rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald; illustrated in colour and in line by René Bull (1913) (S828.b.91.2)