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Picken, Martin (fl.1930s-1940s)
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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his move to London, working as Secretary to Sir Thomas Beecham.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his departure from the RAF and twelve new pieces of music for the piano.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken discussing his new job as a wireless operator with the RAF.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning another trip to Looe, and taking 30 boys camping at Buttermere.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his trip to London and Staffordshire.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning compositions and attending recitals with Doveton.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his work in three schools and recitals.

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Hand-written correspondence from D. H. Doble to Martin Picken.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his talk on music in a grammar school.

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Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning new music written by Steele.

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