Found in 152 Collections and/or Records:
A.H C[hapman] [of the Engineering Department?] to Inglis, Gadd has not received Inglis's letter and now proposes an early meeting - he is not happy with proposal to change to 9" x 3" timbers, [Cambridge], 19 Oct. 1940
Includes correspondence with Lt-Col. A.G. Gadd, and others (1-98) and publicity and information pamphlets (99-101). Unless otherwise stated, all items are in typescript.
A.H. Chapman to Gadd in Bruton, Somerset, copy of telegram to confirm arrangements for visit, [Cambridge], 21 Oct. 1940
Collection of paintings, drawings and a lithograph, mainly of Cambridge. The identity of the artists other than Benson is not known. Clive Forster Cooper (b. 1880), featured in no. 6, was Director of the Museum of Zoology, Cambridge, 1914-1937, and was made Director of the British Museum in 1938.
A collection of short, humorous stories concerning Cambridge, made by Sandars from a variety of sources, printed and otherwise. The source is usually given. A few printed extracts are pasted in. Inside the front cover is Sandars' bookplate.
Transcripts in the hand of HB of the parts of MS.Add.2601, a 15th century terrier of Cambridge West Fields, which relates to Grythowefield; made in the 19th century, and written in Latin and English, 51 folios.
Panoramic drawing from the west, mounted on cartridge paper. The view extends from Castle End to Queens' College.
Includes certificates, tables, memoranda and other papers.
Lists of landholders, tithe particulars, poor rates, rate assessments and valuations for the various parts of Cambridgeshire.
In 1856 the Poor Law Guardians in Cambridge resolved upon a survey and valuation of rateable property in the parishes of their union. The survey was carried out by Richard Harwood and John Rolfe Mann. Its findings form MSS.Add.5730-5745. An earlier assessment of land in Cambridgeshire, MSS.Add.5717-5729, was partly the work of Thomas Utton.
Thanking him and the heads of Caius College for the kindness shown to his son.
Thanking him for his assistance towards his education at Cambridge.
Acknowledging her assistance in maintaining him at Cambridge. The letter is written in Greek characters and is followed by a translation of the same.
Records, minute book, articles, photographs and notes.
Is going to ?Jersey as a cadet in the garrison OCB; notifies Dent of his new name and asks him to tell friends, 'as Rothenstein ain't good in the Army'
Does not think it in anybody's interests to publish Dent's 'Foundations of English Opera' this year
Has been commissioned, and will be leaving Cambridge; is sending the 'Green Carnation' to be passed on to 'John'
Has been busy with lectures and 'constant evenings with cadets ... teaching them topography etc.'
Air-raids in London; a trip to the south coast; 'Gabriel' Atkin; an Adrian Boult concert in the Queen's Hall; is writing 'the stuff for Boult's programmes'; [J.B.] Trend very busy at the War Office; the London musical world: 'I expect I am making enemies right and left'; cannot bring himself to begin composing again; is giving a lecture at Haileybury with Gladys Moger on modern French poetry and song; Osbert Sitwell's opinion of Sassoon's revolutionary credentials