Letters from Charles Johnson

  • Reference
      GB 133 TFT/1/599
  • Dates of Creation
      1914-1928
  • Physical Description
      13 items

Scope and Content

  • /1 5 May 1914, Academic: 'The Present State of Medieval Studies in Great Britain'; History asa general education.
  • /2 31 May 1914, Personal: Thanks for Edward II
  • /3 15 Nov 1915, Scholarly: 'A Medieval Burglary'; Public Record Office.
  • /4 14 Feb 1920, Personal: Thanks for Chapters.
  • /5 19 Dec 1920, Academic: British Academy. International, Academic Cooperation. ProposedDictionary of Medieval Latin. G.Crump.
  • /6 10 Apr 1921, Academic/Scholarly. Dictionary of Medieval Latin. V.H. Galbraith.
  • /7 n.d. post-dated 14 Apr n.y. (1921), Scholarly.
  • /8 n.d. post-dated 14 Apr n.y. (1921), Scholarly.
  • /9 20 May 1923, Academic/Scholarly: proposed Dictionary of Medieval Latin. J.H. Baxter.Enclosure: J.H.Baxter to C.Johnson, 17 May 1923.
  • /10 24 May 1923, Scholarly: proposed Dictionary of Medieval Latin. J.H. Baxter, H.Bradley,A.D. Lindsay.
  • /11 30 Jan 1924, Academic: proposed Dictionary of Medieval Latin. Public Record Office;G.Crump. Enclosure: C.Johnson to I.Gollancz, 30 Jan 1924.
  • /12 27 Mar 1924, Academic: proposed Dictionary of Medieval Latin. British Academy.
  • /13 20 Mar 1928, Academic: Income Tax claims on scientific societies.

Administrative / Biographical History

Charles Johnson,(1870-1961), archivist at the Public Record Office.