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Alan Rawsthorne Papers Rawsthorne, Barbara (1902-1992)
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A collection of prose and poetry Autograph MS

A collection of prose and poetry written on foolscap paper Autograph MS. . "Age about 12-15" added in biro by Barbara Rawsthorne. A collection of prose and poetry on a variety of subjects. Contents: [A morning walk] A riddle Looking int...

The Pip

The Pip Autograph MS. The April 1917 number of a periodical now quarterly in the war effort to save paper, written by Alan and Barbara Rawsthorne. Poetry and prose, topical and imaginative.

Letter to Barbara Rawsthorne.

Autograph letter signed from Alan Rawsthorne to Barbara Rawsthorne [1923] c/o J. Ricely Esq. M.A., Department of Physics, Guild of Undergraduates, The University of Liverpool. Written to Bubbley in Paris, during a boring and unintelligible lecture...

Miscellaneous prose and poetry

A collection of miscellaneous prose and poetry. Annotated by Barbara Rawsthorne "Age about 12-15". With sketches in pen and ink. Contents: Part 1: preface If the casket scene from "The Merchant of Venice" had occurred in &quo...

Photographs

Photographs, chiefly of the Rawsthorne family with Barbara and Alan as young children. Subjects include: James Rawsthorne (Alan's grandfather), Hubert and Janet Rawsthorne (Alan's parents), Barbara, Isabel, Jessie Hinchliffe, Elizabeth B...

Letter to Barbara Rawsthorne

Autograph letter signed from Alan Rawsthorne to Barbara Rawsthorne Dated 3 September 1945. 28 Ormond Terrace, N.W.8. Blue George VI twopence ha'epenny stamp, postmarked with ringing bells and London N.W.1, 9.15am 10 Sep 1945. Envelope addres...

Letter to Barbara Rawsthorne.

Autograph letter signed to Barbara Rawsthorne Epiphany [6 January] Ca'n Polimeni, Formalutx, Soller-de-Mallorca. A lightly humorous letter written on a happy but cigaretteless Epiphany.

Outbreak of war

Outbreak of war. Autograph sketch. Barbara Rawsthorne has added the title "Outbreak of war". Ingenuity displayed by the intelligentsia to avoid the armed forces. Written in a light vein.

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