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Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Records Office: 1995 Accessions

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  • Printed poster: Horses to run on Shottery Meadow, near Stratford 27 and 28 July 1769, similar poster on verso: Horses to run at Warwick 15 and 16 August 1769 (DR 868)
  • Marie Corelli: letter to George A Trapp, settling her account and requesting 2 dozen of that very excellent Chablis 19 June 1910 (DR 869)
  • Marie Corelli: letter to Dear Bertie 1907 (DR 875)
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Bowling Club: records 1933-53, incl minutes and acccounts and plans, estimates and corresp rel to the laying of a new green 1931-34 (DR 876)
  • Marie Corelli: letter to Miss Tunstalll, regretting that she does not employ a secretary or use a type-writer, but promising to mention her to literary friends 1923 (DR 877)
  • John Humphries: notebook recording archaeological finds, mainly at Meon Hill, Quinton, but incl some items from: the Malvern Hills, Larkstoke, Castle Acre (Norfolk), Loxley Lane gravel pit, Stratford-upon-Avon, Conderton (Worcs), and Uley (Glos)1904-6 (DR 878)
  • H G Coventry of Clapham, Surrey, pupil at Trinity College, Stratford-upon-Avon: diary 1888; mainly routine entries describing local bicycle rides, sporting events and bathing (DR 880)
  • J B Priestley (Jack): letter to W N Roughead (Roughie), reporting progress on a television programme of 1940 and possible film rights for Lost Empires 1965 (DR 881)
  • Knight family: papers (addnl) rel to Barrells (Wootton Wawen) estate, mainly rel to its sale in the nineteenth cent (DR 886)
  • Anne Hathway Baker of Anne Hathaways Cottage: papers 1895-1915, incl a letter from Marie Corelli asking her to admit a party of Colonial Troopers to Anne Hathaways Cottage, at her expense if necessary, as they are our fighting men c1915 (DR 891)
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Methodist Circuit: records (mainly financial) 1943-85 (DR 893)
  • Christopher Whitfield of Chipping Campden: papers 1902-67 rel to his publications as a poet, essayist and short-story writer, but most to his historical research on Shakespeare and his contemporaries in south Warwickshire (DR 897)
  • Mrs E F Waldron, Mayoress, Chairman of the Local Information Committee of the Ministry of Information, and Evacuation Officer for Stratford-upon-Avon: papers rel to wartime activities in Stratford-upon-Avon 1939-44 (DR 900)
  • Liberal Association, Stratford-upon-Avon division: records 1933-57 (DR 902)
  • Marie Corelli: letters (3) to William Meredith 1905-06 (DR 904)
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