Four autograph letters and two poems by Herbert Trench,
|Main Creator:||Trench, Herbert, 1865-1923|
MS 49,576/1 : A manuscript letter to Mr. Simpson, dated 7th March 1909, accepting an invitation to give a talk on the subject of 'The history of a day, 750 BC to 1908 AD : reflections on the Forum, in Rome' and enquires whether he should include poems in his lecture.
MS 49,576/2 : A typescript letter to Mr. Simpson, dated 7th June 1909, expressing regret that he shall be unable to attend an unspecified event.
MS 49,576/3 : A typescript letter to Mr. Tancred, dated 18th November 1910, expressing regret that he was unable to attend the Poet's Club dinner.
MS 49,576/4 : A typescript letter to Mr. Simpson, dated 3rd July 1911, thanking him for a copy of the 'Westminster gazette' containing a copy of Simpson's poem, 'Coronation ode'.
MS 49,576/5 : A printed copy of the poem 'Ode : to Edgar Allan Poe', with pencil signature, by Trench.
MS 49,576/6 : A typescript copy of the poem 'How shall I find that friend', by Trench.
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Physical description: 1 folder, 6 pp.
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