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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.

Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard Rackham letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 1

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 64
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Rackham agrees to present a prize of one guinea.
Dates: 1937 October 1

Campbell Dodgson letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 28

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 20
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Dodgson says he will do what Hunt asked; he only needs to know "just what I have to do, and when."
Dates: 1937 November 28

Clive Bell letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 3
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Bell responds to an apparent invitation to give a speech, noting: "A few not particularly well chosen paragraphs is the limit of my capacity. Will you let me know how you feel about it?" Bell includes a Parisian address where he may be reached for the next 10 days.
Dates: 1937?

E. McKnight Kauffer letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 23

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 37
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Kauffer accepts the invitation to act as adjudicator for the exhibition and asks for details regarding time.
Dates: 1937 October 23

E. McKnight Kauffer letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 6

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 38
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Kauffer confirms intention to see exhibit on Friday 19 in the afternoon.
Dates: 1937 November 6

Eleanor Robertson (secretary to Raymond Mortimer) letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 September 17

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 57
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Robertson says that Mortimer is on holiday, but she will bring Hunt's letter to his attention when he returns.
Dates: 1937 September 17

Eric C. Gregory letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 4

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 28
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory agrees to present a prize, though asks about the exact conditions, noting past response has been small. He says he is open to modifications, and suggests Hunt speak to Mr. Bawden [i.e., Edward Bawden?]. Written at the bottom, in pencil: "Gave general, book jackets."
Dates: 1937 October 4

Eric C. Gregory letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 12

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 29
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory agrees to Hunt's (unspecified) suggestion, and says she should carry out whatever is left to be done.
Dates: 1937 October 12

Eric C. Gregory letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 11

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 30
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory discusses times when he will be in London, and says he will call Hunt.
Dates: 1937 November 11

Gwen Raverat letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 65
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Raverat cannot make it to London to see the show on the day suggested--she suggests another time.
Dates: 1937?

Gwen Raverat letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 66
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Raverat agrees to give a guinea as a prize, though "it is not a precedent for ever!" She also agrees to come to see the show to pick a winner for the prize.
Dates: 1937?

Herbert Read letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 14

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 69
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Read explains he has no knowledge of photography, and that he thinks Hunt should find another candidate to judge at the exhibit, though he agrees to serve if she can find no one else.
Dates: 1937 October 14

Hubert Wellington letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 11

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 85
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Wellington agrees to continue his prize and, as he will not be in London for the show, suggests John Nash as a suitable judge. He also says he must stop sponsoring a prize after this year given his growing duties at his college.
Dates: 1937 October 11

J. Young (secretary for Eric Maclagan) letter to Evelyn Hunt (?), 1937 November 4

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 48
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Young conveys Maclagan's willingness to present a prize at the exhibition, as before.
Dates: 1937 November 4

James Laver letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 2

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 40
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Laver says he will gladly give a prize for "best theatrical costume" and asks about the exact amount.
Dates: 1937 October 2

James Laver letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 13

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 41
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Laver confirms a time to see the exhibit with Hunt.
Dates: 1937 November 13

Muriel Clayton letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 28

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 7
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Clayton apologizes for delay due to a holiday in Italy, and notes her desire for the prize to be an "annual affair." She expresses a wish for it to be for embroidery.
Dates: 1937 November 28

Naomi Mitchison letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 [?]

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 52
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Mitchison agrees to sponsor a prize this year (as she has before).
Dates: 1937 [?]

Randolph Schwabe letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 4

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 77
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Schwabe encloses "the usual amount of prize money" on "the subject to be as before, unless you would like a change."
Dates: 1937 October 4

Randolph Schwabe postcard to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 11

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 78
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Schwabe informs Hunt of his plans to come to the exhibition.
Dates: 1937 November 11