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Bevan, Robert, 1865-1925

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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of Cabaret Theatre Club and Cave of the Golden Calf printed ephemera

 Collection
Call Number: MSS 50
Abstract: The collection comprises 11 items of printed ephemera concerning the Cabaret Theatre Club and the Cave of the Golden Calf. The items include: a preliminary prospectus (April, 1912); a general program (May, 1912); a prospectus for the second season (September, 1912); a preliminary announcement of the performance season of the Intimate Theatre Society (late 1912?); a program for June 17, 1913, featuring a performance of Bastien und Bastienne; membership application forms for the Cabaret...
Dates: 1912-1914

Envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. (Robert) Bevan, 1914?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 11
Call Number: MSS 50
Scope and Contents:

Addressed, in black ink: "Mr. & Mrs. Bevan, 14 Adamson Rd., N.W." With one penny stamp and postmark dated 28 Ap. [18]14.

With a small printed design at top left, by Wyndham Lewis (Michel no. 126: "Reproduced in Blast no. 1, p. 125; Blast no. 2, p. 49; Ezra Pound, 'Wyndham Lewis' in The Egoist, June 1914; also on the prospectuses for the Rebel Art Centre and the Rebel Art Centre Art School, and as an emblem on Rebel Art Centre envelopes.")

Dates: 1914?

Envelope bearing the "Cave of the Calf" three-headed figure, addressed to Robert Bevan, 1912 May 18

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 4
Call Number: MSS 50
Scope and Contents:

The three-headed figure, by Wyndham Lewis, is printed in the top left corner (see Michel no. 34).

Addressed, in black ink: "Robert Bevan, Esqr., Adamson Road, Hampstead, N.W." With one penny stamp and postmark dated 18 May [19]12.

The envelope may have been used to mail the club's general programme (see f. 3).

Dates: 1912 May 18

Envelope from the Cabaret Theatre Club, addressed to Robert Bevan, 1912 April

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 2
Call Number: MSS 50
Scope and Contents: The top third of the envelope bears an illustration, by Wyndham Lewis, showing dancers and a calf, above the words "Cabaret Theatre Club." The envelope may have been used to mail the club's Preliminary Prospectus (see f. 1). Described and reproduced in Cork's Art beyond the gallery, page 69. Not described in Michel. The envelope is addressed to "Robert Bevan Esq., 14 Adamson Road, Hampstead, N.W." It is postmarked "Ap....
Dates: 1912 April

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