Letters from Charles George Crump

  • Reference
      GB 133 TFT/1/233
  • Dates of Creation
      1914-1929
  • Physical Description
      24 items

Scope and Content

  • /1 15 May 1914, Academic: Centralisation of historical records.
  • /2 31 May 1914, Scholarly: Edward II
  • /3 21 Nov 1915, Scholarly: Francis Palgrave, Public Record Office.
  • /4 5 Dec 1915, Scholarly: Public Record Office.
  • /5 27 Jul 1918, Personal/Scholarly: A.S. Maskelyne, J.H. Round.
  • /6 14 Mar 1919, Scholarly: Keepers of the Privy Seal. L.B. Dibben.
  • /7 17 Nov 1919, Scholarly: Wardrobe accounts.
  • /8 18 Jan 1920, Personal: holidays.
  • /9 11 Apr 1920, Scholarly: Chapters..., Chancery.
  • /10 20 Dec 1920, Academic: British Academy, A.F Pollard.
  • /11 24 Dec 1920, Academic: British Academy, A.F. Pollard.
  • /12 13 Apr 1921, Personal/Scholarly: Dictionary of Medieval Latin.
  • /13 15 Jan 1922, Scholarly: Seals.
  • /14 15 Mar 1922, Scholarly.
  • /15 post-dated 30 Mar 1922, Academic.
  • /16 30 Oct 1922, Academic: University of Manchester, Examination of Dorothy Broome's Ph.Dthesis.
  • /17 27 Nov 1922, Academic: Broome's Ph.D.
  • /18 10 Dec 1922, Academic: Purpose and standards of the Ph.D degree.
  • /19 30 Dec 1922, Academic: Dorothy Broome's Ph.D..
  • /20 11 Jan 1923, Academic/Scholarly: D. Broome's Ph.D; The Half Seal.
  • /21 post-dated 3 Nov 1925, Personal.
  • /22 15 Dec 1928, Personal: Daughter, job prospects of.
  • /23 29 Jan 1929, Personal/Academic: Plans for work. Ph.D degree. Enclosure:
  • /24 9 Apr 1929, Academic: archives.

Administrative / Biographical History

Charles George Crump (1862-1935), archivist, assistant keeper at the Public Record Office.