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MC:F31 Papers of C. R. L. Fletcher (Fellow 1889-1906)

Charles Robert Leslie Fletcher arrived in Magdalen as a Demy in 1876, having attended Eton from 1868-76. At Magdalen he achieved a second class in Classics Mods, followed by a first class in Modern History in 1880, as well as the Chancellor’s English Essay in 1881 in which year he was elected fellow of All Souls. He was also an enthusiastic rower, taking part in winning teams in the University Pairs and Fours. Fletcher remained at All Souls…

MC:PR33/2/7C Documents and Correspondence relating to Rev. C. R.Carter

This collection of letters and documents relates to events mainly in Mar-Apr 1930 during which time the Estates Bursar Cyril Robert Carter [F.1896-1902, 1910-1930] was forced to resign over financial improprieties relating to the payment of money to a woman in Headington. It shows President Gordon being forced to steer a course between protecting Carter from the scandal, ensuring the reputation of the college, and making sure all financial

Professor Constantin C Coussios has been awarded the R Bruce Lindsay Award

…stical Society of America at its Spring meeting in Hong Kong. The R Bruce Lindsay Award is presented in the Spring to a member of the Acoustical Society of America who is under 35 years of age on 1 January of the year of the Award and who, during a period of two or more years immediately preceding the award, has been active in the affairs of the Society and has contributed substantially, through published papers, to the advancement of…

MC:F31/MS3 Notebooks on Fletcher’s edition of Carlyle’s French Revolution

MC:F31/MS3/1 n.d. [pre 1902] Volume, containing interleaved extracts from early draft of Fletcher’s edition of Thomas Carlyle ‘The French Revolution: a history in three parts’ (1902) with Fletcher’s annotations, corrections and supplementary notes. At the front of the volume is pasted ‘Board of Faculty of Arts (Modern History) Report of a Committee on the French Revolution’ advising tutors of changes to books prescribed for Special Subject….

MC:F28/MS1 Collection of Godley’s Unpublished Works

MC:F28/MS1/1–4 1926 Four volumes, titled “Unpublished Works of A. D. Godley”. They are typescript, and were all edited by C. R. L. Fletcher (F. 1889–1906) in 1926. They bear a continuous pagination (up to p. 1814), and the table of contents in Volume I arranges them thus: 1. Poems etc. contributed to the Oxford Magazine: p. 1 2. Poems and Shorter pieces not in the Oxford Magazine: p. 227. 3. Undateable Poems and Fragments: p. 469 4. Lectures…

MC:P283 Photograph albums of Hugh “Benjie” Cotton (1871 –1895)

Hugh “Benjie” Cotton (1871 –1895) came up to Magdalen in 1890, aged 19. He read Law, obtaining a 3rd class degree in 1893. Despite a lack of previous experience, Cotton became ‘one of Magdalen’s most distinguished oarsmen of all time in his second year.’ (R. Hutchins, “Well Rowed Magdalen!” A History of Magdalen College Boat Club 1859-1993. London: Orion Publications, 1993, p.21). He rowed in the Eights that were Head of the River from 1892-95….

MC:F31/MS1 Fletcher’s undergraduate reminiscences.

MC:F31/MS1/1 19 Oct 1931 Volume, entitled ‘Some Recollections of Old Friends at Magdalen in the years 1876-81’ by C.R.L. Fletcher. Relates his time in Magdalen, refers to fellow students, President Bulley and various tutors. Students include: Frederic P. Bulley (C. 1875-9), Oscar Wilde (D. 1874-8), A.T.S Goodrick (C.1875-9), George Broadbent (D.1876-80), James Edward Blomfield (D.1876-9), Charles Hewlett (C.1876-9), A.T. Roberts (C.1876-80),…

MC:PR35/2/5C Correspondence with Dorothy L. Sayers

MC:PR35/2/5C/1-11 24th Sept – 19th Nov 1956 Correspondence between Dorothy L. Sayers and President Boase regarding some photographs in her possession, some of which feature her father Reverend H. Sayers and others, including Oscar Wilde. There is discussion over the possibility of identifying other people in the photographs, including using the College archives. The rest of the correspondence describes other photographs (a list is included) and…

MC:F38 Papers of A. L. F. Smith (Fellow 1908-20)

Introduction Arthur Lionel Forster Smith (1880-1972), usually called Lionel, was the son of A.L. Smith, Master of Balliol 1916-1924. He had been an undergraduate at Balliol in 1899-1903, and a Fellow of All Souls in 1904-1907, before becoming a Fellow of Magdalen in 1908-1920. During the First World War he served in India and Mesopotamia, and in 1920-1931 he was Director and Advisor of Education in Iraq, and from 1931-1945 was Rector of…