Correspondence, 1925-01 - 1925-12
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Kenneth Headlam-Morley on subjects including his new engineering work (11); Sam Hamer, Secretary of the National Trust, on a proposed path to Dodman Point [Cornwall]; Sir John Headlam on his lecture tour on military history and applying for the professorship in military history at the University of Oxford (4); Arthur Headlam on subjects including Else's debut concert as a composer in May, Kenneth's engagement and JWHM being overworked (8); Reginald Leeper on publicising the concert in Germany; Hubert Hall; Edward Spears; Else Headlam-Morley [earlier Else Sonntag] on subjects including her piano concerto and a new opera overture (9); 1st Lord Balfour on not being able to attend Else's concert; Sir [William] Henry Hadow on inviting music critics to Else's concert and his opinion of her piano concerto, 'Deutschland' piece for piano and orchestra and songs (2); Robert Barrington-Ward, Assistant Editor of the Observer, on sending one of their music critics to Else's concert; Robert Scott on the success of Else's concert; Arnold Toynbee on combining his work on the Annual Survey of Foreign Affairs for the British Institute of International Affairs with becoming a section chief there as well, or a new post [as Research Professor of International History in the University of London]; William Clark-Maxwell; Cuthbert Headlam on his first session as an MP [for Barnard Castle, County Durham] and Kenneth's future with his current employers; Sir Dan Godfrey on Else's music; Geoffrey Gathorne-Hardy on making the case for the British Institute of International Affairs as a source of intelligence on foreign affairs.
- 1925-01 - 1925-12
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)