Augustus Theodore Bartholomew: Letters to W.H. Haslam
Scope and Contents
The letters to his slightly younger contemporary William Heywood ('Michael') Haslam (1889-1981), an undergraduate at King's from 1908 to 1911, give news of mutual friends, plays that Bartholomew has seen, his holiday travels, his health, and his uncertainty as to whether he should volunteer for military service.
- 1910-1926 (Two letters concerning the donation of the letters are dated 1977 and 1978)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Presented in 1978 by Alan Bell, who had received them from Charles Ballantyne.
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