Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - F.H. Cripps-Day [6]

Object Title

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - F.H. Cripps-Day [6]

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - F.H. Cripps-Day [6]

Date

1930

Reference

MANN 18/6 6

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Item

Scope and Content

1930/1: Copy of a letter from James Mann to 'My dear Cripps-Day', from 4 Upper George Street, Bryanstone Square, W.1, dated Jan 16th 1930, thanking for gift of Blundeville's adaptation of Grisone [NB see RA Library copy.] and asking if FHCD had written an article signed H. de P.: 'is that de Povenashe ?',
1930/2: Postcard from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James', acknowledging letter and admitting that he had written an article in Country Life signed HdeP. [Postmark Jan 17 1930],
1930/3: Postcard from F.H. Cripps-Day postmarked 22 Jan 1930, about relics of the moustachios and beard of Henri IV,
1930/4: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day, to 'My dear James', from 38, York Terrace, N.W., dated 25.1.30: 'I felt wounded at your remarks. I will endeavour to defend myself...' 2 ff.,
1930/4a: Copy of a letter from James Mann to 'My dear Cripps-Day', no date: 'I am terribly sorry to learn that you took my remarks amiss the other night... You probably do notrealise how much your friendship has meant to me and still means to me... ',
1930/5: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James', from 38, York Terrace, N.W., dated 25.1.30 [postmark 27 Jan 1930], thanking for letter: 'Of my affection you need have no doubt...',
1930/6: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James' from 38, York Terrace, dated 29.1, commenting that he had not seen 'Sharp's article' but that he had supplied some information. [? on the Armoury at Greenwich, 1929],
1930/7: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James', from 38, York Terrace, N.W., dated 28/ii/30, complimenting on the success of his lecture on gothic armour,
1930/8: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James' from 38, York Terrace, N.W.1., dated Mar. 26, refusing an invitation because of a streaming cold. [Postmark Mar 26 1930],
1930/9: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James' from 38, York Terrace, N.W., dated 7.4, discussing Mann's visit to Madrid and Vienna and the purchases made by Curelly from Furmage. 2 ff. [Postmark 8 Apr 1930],
1930/10: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'My dear James', from 38, York Terrace, N.W.1, undated, but postmark Apr 25, 1930: 'By way of amusement I am doing an elaborate edition of the Madrid armour...'. 1 f.,
1930/11: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'My dear James' from 38, York Terrace, N.W.1., dated 30.v. [postmark May 30 1930] apologising for not replying to Mann's telephone call: 'Martha [his wife] had a cardiac seizure and I was with her'. An note on the envelope: 'I bought 'Pallas Armata' for 15/- at Edwards. Cruso is ú5.15.0. Too dear for me.' 2 ff.,
1930/12: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James' from 38, York Terrace, N.W.1., headed 2nd application, asking for information about 'Alberto always excepting the fact that he was painted by Pinturicchio',
1930/12a: Copy of letter from Mann to 'Dear Cripps-Day, dated 2.vi.30, with references,
1930/12b: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James', undated, asking about Alberto Aringhieri, with a note by JGM referring to Laking Vol.II, fig. 397,
1930/12c: Copy of letter, dated June 2nd 1930 to 'My dear Cripps-Day, Sir Walter Clode, Mrs. Christian, Vicar of Billesdon and all whom it may concern' giving references to the Pinturicchio fresco in the Duomo in Siena, All stored together in a single envelope by JGM,
1930/13: Card from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'My dear James', undated, but postmark Aug 13 1930, thanking for letter: 'I do not wish you to give me your secrets...',
1930/14: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'My dear James', from 38 York Terrace, N.W.1., dated 29 Sept., thanking for his letter and referring to the death of his wife. 2ff. With a Meyrick Society invitation card, dated 27th Sept. 1930, inserted, with the Agenda and a note of FHCD's: I am against re-electing the same officers...',
1930/15: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James', dated 25.11, from the Grand Pump Room Hotel, Bath, accepting an invitation to the theatre on Dec 10. 'I am enjoying my baths'... and referring to 'your story of the Nelson sword...' 2 ff. [Postmark 26 Nov 1930],
1930/16: Letter from F.H. Cripps-Day to 'Dear James', dated 25.12.30, from Dean Prior Hotel, Torquay, thanking for 'kind thought'.

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1 folder

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Open access

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