Letters from Oscar Browning to Charles Ryle Fay
Scope and Contents
The letters comment on Fay's career, Browning's health and historical writing, other historians and their works, and Cambridge affairs (including adverse remarks on M.R. James). All but the first were written after Browning's departure from Cambridge in 1909, The place named in the each letter's description is the place of dispatch of the letter.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Presented to Cambridge University Library by Dr Fay in 1943.
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