MC:F33/1/C1 Correspondence from Papers of Benecke
This correspondence was found amongst the papers left to the college by Benecke. Much of it is related to the workings of the college or societies of which he was a member. There is a notable lack of personal correspondence.
MC:F33/1/C1/1 7 Jul 1908
Letter, Henry A. Redgarth to ‘Mr Pickard-Cambridge’ sending a ‘parcel of slips’.
MC:F33/1/C1/2 10 Mar 1941
Letter, A.B. Sackett (Headmaster of Kingswood School, Uppingham, Rutland) to C.G. Hardie on D.F. Foxon being sent from his school to sit classics scholarship exams. Asks for a report on his ability in order to encourage him, should he fail to get in.
MC:F33/1/C1/3 28 Mar 1941
Letter, A.B. Sackett to P.V.M. Benecke thanking him for his letter about D.F. Foxon’s failure to gain a scholarship and promising to send him for English scholarships later in the year.
MC:F33/1/C1/4 7 Jul 1908
Letter, Editor of the ‘Saturday Review’ to Benecke, asking him to review C.W.L. Launspach: State and Family in Early Rome.
MC:F33/1/C1/5 13 Aug 1932
Postcard, from Harold Mare to Paul Benecke. ‘Constantinople. Parc du Sultan Ahmed’.
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