Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The papers consist of original artwork for editions of 'Meet My Folks', 'How the Whale Became' and 'The Iron Man'. There is also a small quantity of correspondence received by Adamson from Ted Hughes regarding illustrations for Hughes's books.
Published by the Development Office for the College's 50th anniversary, the illustrated guide by Mark Goldie is an information resource about the College and contains an account of what is distinctive about Churchill plus a description of the buildings and fabric, works of art on display.
Includes papers and artefacts connected with or about the history of Churchill College
Probably written in Gyles' own hand, 12 folios: (fo. 1): 'Treatise in Autograph of Henry Gyles Glasspainter on Coloring Mezzotints & transferring them to glass' (19th century hand); (fo. 11v) red crayon drawings of human figures and a man-of-war, roughly contemporary with the text.
Vol. 2, 1867.
Includes photographs of the chapel including exterior shots, the stained glass windows (designed by John Piper and made by Patrick Reyntiens), the cross and organ. Also photographs of sculptures Four Square Walk Through by Barbara Hepworth, Gemini by Denis Mitchell, Spiral by Michael Gillespie and Flight by Peter Lyon.
Manuscript in the Sandars Collection. Two notebooks on paintings in Italy, bound together. I. Notes on paintings and other works of art in Rome (fos 1-62). The main description is on the rectos, the versos are generally occupied by additional notes. An entry on fo. 29 is dated 17 January 1787. II. Similar notes for Florence, Bologna and other towns in Northern Italy (fos 63-162). Fos 85-112, 158-162 and many of the versos are blank.
Letters to Clementine from: T E Lawrence [T E Shaw, 'Lawrence of Arabia'] on his cottage "Clouds Hill" [Dorset], the effect of hearing Churchill's broadcast ["Whither Britain?"], January 1934 and plans for visits (4); William Nicholson on various visits (4), illustrated; Charles Geoffroy-Dechaume, on his daughter's marriage and a commission to copy David's portrait of Cardinal Fesch, illustrated with a sketch of the original portrait.
A calligraphic copy by William Graily Hewitt of William Morris's The lovers of Gudrun, commissioned by Charles Fairfax Murray, 1908-1909.