Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Various - UK [1]

Object Title

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Various - UK [1]

Sir James Gow Mann - Papers - Letters - Various - UK [1]

Date

1921-23

Reference

MANN 18/11 1

Level

Item

Scope and Content

1920/1: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 12 Oct. 1920, from the Imperial War Museum, replying to a letter from JGM reporting on a visit abroad: 'I am delighted to hear that... de Cosson helped you as I knew he would...',
1921/2: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 4th March, 1921 from the Imperial War Museum, answering a series of questions sent by JGM,
1921/3: Leaflet relating to the Winchester College War Memorial: envelope postmarked July 1921,
1921/4: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 12.8.21, from the Imperial War Museum, accepting an invitation to dine,
1921/5: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 19.10.21, from 85 Thicket Road, S.E.20, thanking for a cheque for ú2 for University supervision and sending a stamped receipt,
1921/6: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 20.12.21, from the Imperial War Museum, arranging to take him to visit Lord Dillon,
1921/7: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 23.12.21, cancelling the arrangement to go to Ditchley: 'my car will not get me to Oxford...', 1922/8: Stamped receipt for ú2 from Charles ffoulkes, dated 11.2.22, from 10 Cornwall Gardens, S.W.,
1922/9: Letter dated April 18, 1922, from W.M. I'Anson, from the Zetland Hotel, Saltburn by the Sea, reporting the burning of his house and the loss of 'the whole of my drawings of French and English effigies together with the whole of my library... It is now impossible for me to write my contemplated work on the Mediaeval Military Effigies of England and Wales: all I can hope to do is to deal with the Yorkshire examples.'... [4 ff] Envelope contains a tracing of a drawing of the effigy of Sir William de Crathorne + 1346. [It is possible that this is mis-dated and should be 1923: the post mark is not very clear bu looks more like 23 than 22. See no. 1922/17 below.],
1922/10: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 28.4.22, from 10 Cornwall Gardens, S.W., wishing him good luck '(or rather good results from good work)' with the examiners of his thesis,
1922/11: Letter from Lord Dillon, dated 29/4 xxii, from Ditchley, Enstone, confirming an appointment for a visit. 'I hope it will be fine so that you can see the pictures',
1922/12: Letter from F.E. Howard, dated May 6th 1922 arranging to meet and 'have a talk about effigies',
1922/13: Letter from Fred H. Crossley, dated 23 May, 1922, about photographs and slides of effigies,
1922/14: Letter from C.E.R., dated June 7 1922, from Culver's Close, Winchester, to JGM at the Ashmolean Museum, suggesting that he come and visit an exhibition of brasses 'about the time of the Eton Match, July 1',
1922/15: Postcard from Fred H. Crossley, postmarked 16 June 1922, thanking for return of slides,
1922/16: Letter from Fred H. Crossley, dated Oct. 9th, 1922, from 19 Shavington Avenue, Chester, sending prints of 'Oxon effigies you asked for',
1922/17: Letter from William M. I'Anson, dated 10th Nov. 1922, from Bardencroft, Saltburn by the Sea, acknowledging a letter forwarded by 'Mr. F.H. Crossley and discussing the difficulty of obtaining good photographs of effigies...,
1922/18: Letter from William M. I'Anson, dated Nov.22, 1922, answering 'your very interesting letter',
1922/19: Letter from Charles ffoulkes, dated 25 Nov. 1922, from 10 Bedford Road, Bedford Park, W.4, thanking for 'Stibbert' and suggesting that JGM should be put up for the Athenaeum,
1922/20: Christmas card, 1922, showing The British Watch on the Rhine' from Charles ffoulkes,
[?1922/22]: Undated draft letter on Ashmolean Museum headed paper to 'Dear Mr. Rendell' discussing heraldry in general and the coat of arms of Winchester and New Colleges in particular. Reference is made to a forthcoming visit to Prague and Vienna which was made in 1922,
1923/23: Letter from F.P. Barnard, Bilsby House, near Alford, Lincolnshire, dated 25.3.1923, discussing heraldry,
1923/24: Letter from F.P. Barnard, 28.3.1923, thanking for long and detailed reply,
[1923/25]: Undated draft letter to 'Dear Mr.Crossley' asking for slides for a lecture on effigies,
1923/26: Letter from F.H.Crossley, dated April 6th 1923, apologising for delay in replying to letter and promising to try and send slides of English effigies,
1923/27: Postcard from F.H. Crossley in Chichester, acknowledging a postcard, 1923/28: Letter from F.H. Crossley, dated June 2nd 1923, acknowledging return of slides.

Extent

1 folder

Access Conditions

Open access

Associations

Creator(s) Sir James G. Mann

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