Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Meyrick Society

Object Title

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Meyrick Society

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Meyrick Society

Date

1925-37

Reference

MANN 18/8 3

Level

Item

Scope and Content

SULLIVAN
1928/1: Letter from Jas. F. Sullivan to 'Dear Mann', dated 27 Feb. '28, from Rosemead, Chertsey, discussing a 'brass (which is not a brass) of the XIV cent: in our cellar-passage,
1934/2: Letter from Jas. F. Sullivan to 'My dear Mann', dated 15 May '34, regretting JGM's inability to attend his Meyrick Society meeting,

WILLIAMS
1928/3: Letter from Richard Williams to 'Dear Mann', dated April 2nd 1928, from 18 Gunnersbury Avenue, Ealing, W.5, thanking for 'my share of the plunder',
1931/4: Letter from Richard Williams to 'Dear Mann', dated 24.3.1931, thanking for a copy of your paper... 'Did you know poor old Standen Knowles died last Sunday?',

DUFTY
1937/5: Letter from A.R. Dufty to 'Dear Mr. Mann', dated 26.ii.37, from 21 Victoria Grove, London W.8, thanking for letter: 'As you know there is nothing that would please me more than to be come a member of the Meyrick Society, and it is extremely kind of you to offer to propose me...',

RIVETS
1925/6: Postcard addressed to J.G. Mann Esq., at the Wallace Collection, dated 14.5.25, signed by 'The Time Keeper' of the 'Rivets' announcing the next meeting of the Club: 'After dinner members will re-assemble at 12 Bedford Road, Bedford Park to inspect the armour of Sir Henry Lee',

LEEDS CASTLE
1927/7: Letter from E. Barrett to 'Dear Sir' explaining that no-one can visit Leeds Castle: 'at the moment it is entirely in the hands of workmen and the Clerk of Works has particularly requested that no visitors should be allowed while the work is in progress'.

Extent

1 folder

Access Conditions

Open access

Associations

Creator(s) Sir James G. Mann

Contents

  MANN 18/8 3 - Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Meyrick Society