Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Evidences and writings remaining with Thomas Aldrich late Master of Bennet Coll: in Cambridge at the time of his death, 1576-02-18
The documents were passed by Thomas's father, John, to Richard Aunger in London on 12 February 1576 and delivered by Aunger t the college on February 18
Series of 3" x 5" index cards listing 'Forster donations'. Found with a single sheet of autograph manuscript notes entitled 'Forster Books Article: Problems' made after E.M. Forster's death.
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This is a series of informal inventories providing information about E.M. Forster's library and music collections.
Additions are noted to 1908. At the rear, among other notes, a list of college portraits (not including 'Marlowe').
Inventory of all such movable goods as be in the Treasure hutch of Corpus Christi College, 1574-02-13
The inventory was made in the presence of Norgate, Robert Sayr, Richard Willoughby and Robert Swett, fellows. Like 07/1 it is signed by Thomas Legge and may have been produced in the suit against Aldrich. Lightly annotated, perhaps by Norgate.
Besides plate the hutch contained a number of boxes of writings whose shapes and labels are given.
Inventory of college goods, prepared for Matthew Parker as incoming Master; annotated by Parker and signed by him., 1545
The inventory is also signed by Thomas Legge, indicating that it was produced as evidence in the college's case against Thomas Aldrich, cf. CCCC02/M/17/12.
Inventory of fixtures, etc, at Great Braxted rectory to be taken by valuation from the Rev. Henry Calthrop, the late rector, by the Rev. William Henry Rowlandson, the new rector., 1875-11
Goods valued at £75. Inventory and valuation approved at a college meeting, 4 February 1876.
Inventory of goods, cattle, etc., of Thomas Pyke distrained for arrears of rent due to CCCC., 1777-10-17
Very few items, comprising, besides a few items of clothing, £118 in good debts, £34 11s in desperate debts, £13 for the income of the chamber and the benefits to him for his fellowship. Butts adds a note of £35 in ready money left in his study.
Pinned to 18.
Inventory of implements in the gallery, great chamber and chamber where the treasure hutch of the college stands in the master's lodge, 1573-08-22
The inventory was made in the presence of Norgate, John Redman, Esquire Bedell, Richard Fletcher, Richard Willoughby and Thomas Gooch, Fellows and in signed by these. Notes also of receipt of some of these goods by Henry Aldrich and Harry Fenton.
Signature of Thomas Legge on dorse.
Inventory of Rupert Brooke's possessions and the contents of his haversack, made in his cabin after his death by W. Denis Browne and F.S. Kelly; with notes on 2 sketch maps of Skyros.
Inventory of the goods and chattels found in the rectory of Grantchester on the death of John Day and delivered by the Master and Fellows to William Alred of Cambridge., 1463-11-22
Rough draft on dorse.
Forty-six items in all in D[ining] R[oom], Hall, the school room,l the staircase, the ante-chapel room [Spencer Room], the pantry, the nursery and at [Robert] Roe's [engraver, print-seller, picture framer, etc.].
The list includes an unidentified portrait of a young man, in the school room, abd another unidentified portrait, 'much injured and out of frame' in the Ante-Chapel room.
Typescript list of gramophone records in an unidentified hand [possibly a member of the Buckingham family], probably left with the Buckinghams in Coventry, or given to them. The list was probably given to King's College after E.M. Forster's death.
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The pictures, 43 in all, are listed as in the entrance hall, the passage from the hall to the dining room, the passage at the foot of the strairs and the staircase, the dining room and the Spencer Room.
The list includes 7 unidentified and undated male portraits on panel including '1579 aet. Suae 23', but not 'aet. Suae 21 1585'.
List of plate sold in 1648 and, conjoined, list of plate taken out of the inner library to be sold, with receipt of Edward Yorke., 1648 - 1747
Manuscript lists by Edward Marsh and Mary Ruth Brooke of books owned by Rupert Brooke. These include lists of books taken by his friends and relatives as momentos and an incomplete list of his books and manuscripts at Grantchester.
A.N.L. Munby's list of the books in E.M. Forster's rooms. Includes photocopies of several bookplates, dated inscriptions to be found among the books that were in E.M. Forster's personal library and an alphabetical list of volumes.
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Partial list of portraits by reference to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society's exhibitions of portraits in 1884 and 1885., 1885 - 1913
At the foot is a list, by A. J. Wallis, Bursar 1899-1913, of items 'not on list "Copy for labels"'.
Endosed: Corpus labels.
Also includes furniture and jewellery.