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The collection includes notes and drafts of published writings, texts of speeches given to the House of Lords and to other institutions, reference notes, subject files, engagement diaries, and personal papers.
The papers contain press cuttings, articles, research notes and other material relating to Balfour's academic career, postcards and photographs from his travels, material from REB's time during World War II and a small collection of correspondence.
The papers mainly consist of correspondence to members of the Barnes family but there are also writings by George Barnes and Anthony Barnes. There are also photographs and newspaper cuttings.
This collection comprises essays, reviews, poetry, plays and correspondence written by Julian Bell, as well as secondary material; that is, correspondence, printed obituaries and news cuttings assembled since Julian Bell's death by Quentin Bell.
Material relating to Bloomsbury figures for whom there is not an existing collection, or relating to more than one of the Bloomsbury collections.
Contains BLM/1-19, and publications.
This collection contains mainly correspondence, with a few papers relating to Bradshaw's work at the University Library and King's College, and a small handful of family papers.
The collection includes manuscripts and typescripts of notes and lectures, an album of cuttings of early published articles, typescript pieces, and some letters received from journal editors.
This collection brings together items by and about Rupert Brooke from a variety of sources. It includes manuscript and typescript copies of Brooke's poetry and prose, correspondence between Rupert Brooke and others and a number of photographs. A limited amount of biographical and supplementary material, concentrated on items originating after Brooke's death, can also be found in this collection.
The collection comprises correspondence written by Sir Stratford and Lady Canning, and a newspaper clipping about him.
The collection comprises mainly correspondence between Carey and Edward Dent, Percy Lubbock and Alwyn Scholfield, with papers and photographs relating to the University Greek Plays in the early years of the 20th century.
This collection comprises correspondence and lecture notes, with a commonplace book and a few miscellaneous personal papers.
The papers comprise drafts of two of Ivy Compton-Burnett's novels, translations of poems by Margaret Jourdain, correspondence, press cuttings, broadcasts about ICB's work, diaries and a few photographs.
This collection includes the fiction and non-fiction writing of GLD, including prose, poems, academic and political writing, personal and professional correspondence, articles written for newspapers and magazines, and his autobiographical writing. It also includes some newscutting, and writings about GLD after he died.
Comprising mainly TS memoirs including Edwards' time at King's College and books he wrote for cadet training courses.