Fleming, correspondence

Scope and Content

CORRESPONDENCE BY FLEMING:

  • MS 936/1-9;D Correspondence, 1944-1947 [Regarding his appointment as deputy director of the Scott Polar Research Institute, organisation of the Friends and list of persons invited to the Institute's reopening] 23 leaves
  • MS 1507/2/12;D Letter to Sir [Geoffrey] Miles Clifford, 23 January 1955 [Letter from The Times ]
  • MS 1559/1/4;D Letter to Professor G V Douglas, 17 February 1947 [Regarding his letter to Wordie and Frank Debenham]
  • MS 1559/1/1;D Letter to Dr Brian Roberts, 11 January 1945 [Regarding a Polar Record ]
  • MS 1559/1/2;D Letter to Dr Brian Roberts, 12 April 1948 [Regarding Polar Record articles about Greenland and Svalbard]
  • MS 1559/1/3;D Letter to Dr Norman Stewart, 3 February 1945 [Regarding his interest in 'The Perry business' and book on Labrador by Dr Tanner]

CORRESPONDENCE TO FLEMING:

  • MS 1559/3/1-5;D Letters (5) from unknown correspondent, 1947 to 1948 [Mainly regarding The Polar Record ]

Administrative / Biographical History

The collection comprises of correspondence by Fleming in relation to The Polar Record and to Fleming regarding the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge.

Arrangement

Alphabetical.