Fitzwilliam Museum


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Friends, Associates Charlotte Mew
In 1919 another admirer of CM 's poetry, Sir Sydney Cockerell (Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge), introduced her to Siegfried Sassoon , who became a champion of her work.
Fitzgerald, Penelope. Charlotte Mew and Her Friends. Collins, p. 240 pp.
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Mew, Charlotte. “Introduction”. Collected Poems and Prose, edited by Val Warner, Carcanet and Virago, p. ix - xxii.
Friends, Associates Freya Stark
After her long recovery, FS continued to enjoy her popularity in London society. Sir Sydney Cockerell , director of Cambridge 's Fitzwilliam Museum , became a friend. She was introduced to Virginia Woolf , Rose Macaulay
Leisure and Society Ephelia
From an early age, the personal beauty of Lady Mary Villiers and her prominence at court ensured that she was painted many times: by Van Dyck (especially), John Michael Wright , and possibly Lely ...
Textual Production Elizabeth Cary, Viscountess Falkland
Two handsomely-copied manuscripts of this work are now known; each of them close to one of the printed versions. One is now Finch-Hatton MS 1 in Northamptonshire Record Office (closer to the octavo edition); the...
Textual Production Violet Fane
A large selection of VF 's personal papers are held at the University of Reading . The collection includes letters, diaries, sketchbooks, as well as manuscript copies of her works.
“Papers of Mary Montgomerie Currie (Violet Fane)”. University of Reading: Library: Special Collections: Authors’ Papers.
Her letters to Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Textual Production Viola Meynell
Only months before VM died, Hart-Davis issued her edited volume The Best of Friends: Further Letters to Sydney Carlyle Cockerell (director of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge), received from his wide circle of friends.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Textual Production Mariana Starke
Some of MS 's letters are among William Hayley 's papers at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, others among the John Murray papers.
Crawford, Elizabeth. “Posts tagged Mariana Starke”. Woman and her Sphere.
Textual Production Lady Margaret Sackville
LMS published much of her work with small publishers and in limited edition chapbooks, now fragile and rare, though both the British Library and the Bodleian have most of her publications. She was a Fellow...


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