Correspondence, 1890-01 - 1890-12
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: William Gilchrist-Clark [later William Maxwell-Clark] on subjects including a poem by JWHM and working in Spain; Else Sonntag [later Else Headlam] (22); Lionel Ford, Assistant master at Eton, on elections in ancient Athens; Edward Jenks on subjects including his decision to stay in Australia, his book on the Government of Victoria, a Federal Conference at Melbourne, lecturing at the University of Melbourne [as Dean of the Faculty of Law], JWHM's election to a fellowship at King's and his marriage (6); Walter Ford; Hubert Llewellyn Smith on free education; William Loring, Secretary of the British School at Athens, on the success of JWHM’s dissertation and his own work in Greece, including a recent archaeological excavation at Megalopolis (2); George Prothero, tutor at King's College, congratulating JWHM on his election to a fellowship at King's; George Moore Smith on subjects including JWHM's fellowship (2); Roger Fry, congratulating JWHM on his fellowship; Joseph Tanner, congratulating JWHM on his fellowship; Robert Cary Gilson, congratulating JWHM on his fellowship; Walter Skeat, congratulating JWHM on his fellowship; Henry Sidgwick [Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Cambridge], excusing himself from serving on a committee; Arthur Tilley congratulating JWHM on his fellowship and on his decision to work as a school inspector rather than wait for a professorship (2); Heide [Hedwig] Sonntag; Archibald Hyslop congratulating JWHM on his fellowship and on his engagement (2); Augustus Austen-Leigh [Provost of King’s College]; Norman MacColl, Editor of the Athenæum.
- 1890-01 - 1890-12
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Morley, James Wycliffe Headlam, Sir (1863-1929, Knight, civil servant, historian) (Person)