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Correspondence, 1892-01 - 1892-12

Reference Code: GBR/0014/HDLM 1/3/12

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: Arthur Headlam, sympathising on JWHM not getting a professorship and asking for an article on the British mission to Egypt; Else Sonntag [later Else Headlam] (41); Charles Furse on subjects including his portrait of James Stephen (2); Reginald Smith on his grief at the death of James Stephen and his engagement (2); William Cunningham [Chaplain of Trinity College, Cambridge] on a dispute over something he had written (2); Edward Benson on Else finding an agent; Richard Jebb on a meeting on the University settlement (2); Frederic Kenyon, British Museum, on deciphering a Greek manuscript on elections in ancient Athens; Leonard Whibley on borrowing JWHM's lectures on ancient history; Roger Fry on his regret at not winning a fellowship at King's College and enjoying his stay in Paris [France]; Edward Jenks on trying for a new post in Manchester, JWHM's future and a problem of German law (4); Daniel Lathbury, Editor of the Guardian, on JWHM doing reviews for the Guardian on ancient history and political economy; Walter Ford on his wedding and his opinion of Charles Furse's portrait of James Stephen; Charles Waldstein [Reader in Classical Archæology, University of Cambridge, later Charles Walston] on his work in Athens [Greece] and JWHM finding work with the Times (2); Henry Cust on JWHM's application for work at the Pall Mall Gazette; [Charles] Moberly Bell, Assistant Manager of the Times, on taking one of JWHM's articles.


  • Creation: 1892-01 - 1892-12


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The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.


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Finding aid date

2019-03-27 16:33:19.967000+00:00

Repository Details

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