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Trevelyan, Robert Calverley (1872-1951) Poet and Dramatist

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Surname: Trevelyan
Forenames: Robert Calverley
Gender: Male
Date: 1872-1951
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P137022 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P28762 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
corresp and literary papers
See information in published source
See Location register of 20th century English literary MSS 1988
2
literary papers
Cambridge University: Trinity College Library
See Location register of 20th century English literary MSS 1988
3
misc literary papers
Cambridge University: Trinity College Library
NRA 43856
4
1898-1950: letters (60) to Bernard and Mary Berenson
Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
NRA 21248
5
1894-1949: letters to G E Moore
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
NRA 38845
6
1895-1944: corresp with Thomas Sturge Moore
London University: Senate House Library
NRA 17929 Moore
7
1932-47: letters (17) to Arthur Ransome
Leeds University Library, Special Collections
See Location register of 20th century English literary MSS 1988
8
1927-32: letters (12) to Mrs Rosebery
University of Victoria: McPherson Library
See Union list of MSS in Canadian repositories, suppl 1981-82
9
1902-48: corresp (52 items) with Bertrand Russell
McMaster University Library
NRA 12092
10
1919-51: corresp with Society of Authors
British Library, Manuscript Collections
11
c1880-1951: corresp with GO and CP Trevelyan and parents
Newcastle University: Special Collections
NRA 12238 Trevelyan
12
1917-40: corresp (c45 items) with Leonard and Virginia Woolf
Sussex University Library Special Collections
NRA 19479 Woolf
13
1939-1949: letters (5) to John Wilton Haines
Gloucestershire Archives

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