Letters

Scope and Content

From G. A. Wood, historian. Wood was a contemporary of Tait's at Balliol.

  • 239/1 "Sunday" [Autumn 1887], activities of the "Tuesday Club" [University of Oxford Club to which both belonged], refers approvingly to Fairbairn's lectures.
  • 239/2 19 Feb 1923, thanks for booklet, wonder what A L Smith's opinion of Tait would be; will send copy of his book, asks for advice on publication of a history of New South Wales he has written; suggests a meeting with J F Bruce
  • 239/3 6 Feb 1925, death of Seccombe caused him "great grief"; his son's entry to Balliol, hope can meet his son [F L Wood].