Haslam: The Papers of William Heywood Haslam
Scope and Contents
These documents relate primarily to Haslam's experiences in the Amateur Dramatic Club and Marlowe Society. They include photographs, programmes, reviews and some material about the Abbey Theatre in Dublin.
To request any of these documents please use call mark: Misc. 69/2.
- 1908 - 1981
Biographical / Historical
William Heywood Haslam (1889-1981) came up to King's in 1908 from Sedbergh. Through Rupert Brooke he became an active member of the Marlowe Society, specialising in female roles. He worked in Intelligence during the first war and was J M Keynes's private secretary at the Genoa Conference. He had a career as a businessman.
38 item(s) : paper and photographic prints
22 photographic print(s) (22 photos)
Language of Materials
Former / Other Reference
Immediate Source of Acquisition
WHH/1-6 were given by Haslam in 1976.
WHH/1-6 are filed as Misc. 69/2; WHH/7 is filed with them.
DateText: Most items date from Haslam's time at King's College, 1908-11.
Haslam, William Heywood
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