Correspondence, 1933-03 - 1956
Scope and Contents
Personal, academic and military correspondence, with correspondents including: Norman Baynes; A E Housman [Professor of Latin, University of Cambridge]; Andrew Burn; Captain Ronald Buck, on subjects including his experiences in the Norwegian Campaign, and publishing JEP's Dancers End in the United States (3); Brigadier Frank Brayne (8); Harry Champion, Professor of Forestry, University of Oxford; R H Hide, Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Forestry (3); Patrick Buchan-Hepburn [Government Chief Whip, later 1st Lord Hailes] (2); Major-General [Montagu] Brocas Burrows, on JEP's request to join a cavalry regiment, or a Mission to the Soviet Union (1941) (4); John Copland (8); Major-General Walter Cawthorn [Deputy Chief of Staff, Pakistan Army] (2); Martin Charlesworth (3); Ted Curtis (32); Douglas Fairbairn, Secretary of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of India, on JEP's request for employment after the war (3); Brigadier Charles Dunphie on JEP's application to be transferred from the Intelligence Corps (3); Andrew Freeth (40); representatives of Folkard and Hayward, estate agents (5); representatives of Murray-Leslie and Post, estate agents (3); Colin Hardie [Tutor in Classics, Magdalen College, Oxford] (8); Godfrey Hardy [Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics, University of Cambridge]; [James] Rendel Harris (2); Ram Babu Saksena (3); Douglas Barron [Indian Civil Service], on JEP's visits to see the administrative system in India for the Reorganisation Committee; Elspeth Gibb (6); Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Lumby, Intelligence Training Centre, on JEP's entry to Staff College and posting to the Middle East (2); Paul Maas (91); Eduard Fraenkel; Cyril Bailey [Classical Tutor of Balliol College, University of Oxford], inviting Maas to come to Britain from Germany as a guest of the college (5); Guy Manton (7); Ellis Minns [Disney Professor of Archæology, University of Cambridge] (3); [George] Gilbert Murray (2); Sir Walter Monckton; Philip Mason; Colonel Thomas Robbins, Intelligence Training Centre, Cambridge branch (4); John Marsden (3); Iain Macleod on JEP's writing; Sir Mungo MacCallum; William Nolan (7); representatives of David Fell and Company, Chartered Accountants (Australia) on JEP's tax records while working in Sydney (6); Katharina Otto (4); Maurice Pryce; Colin Roberts [Lecturer in Papyrology, University of Oxford] (2); Donald Robertson [Regius Professor of Greek, University of Cambridge]; Arthur Rendell (6); Professor Paul Richards (8) (see also POLL 1/6/30); J A Spranger (27); Eileen Stead, Personal Assistant to the Director of Military Intelligence, Middle East, on news of JEP's colleagues following his move to India (5); Michael Strachan, on subjects including Teaching the Professor, his own career and marriage, hunting, JEP's proposal to [Barbara Kennedy, later Barbara Hawkins], JEP's seat at Wolverhampton [Staffordshire], JEP's car Gabriel (39); C Marett, German Education Department, Foreign Office (3); Albert Powell; Annie Thomas, on subjects including attempts to trace A W J Thomas as a prisoner of war in Malaya [later Malaysia] (6); A W J Thomas, on subjects including his posting to Singapore and university life (26); Thomas Tucker [Emeritus Professor of Classical Philology, University of Melbourne, Australia]; Frances Vale (3); [Henry] James Wickenden (7); Frederick Wells (17); Denys Winstanley [Vice-Master of Trinity College, Cambridge]; Captain [Archibald] Laurence Kirwan, War Office; Major C H Tamplin, War Office on translation work by JEP, particularly on a German parachute manual (7).
Also includes: tax and bank records for JEP while working in Australia.
- 1933-03 - 1956
Conditions Governing Access
The majority of the collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Please see individual files for details.
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