He encloses a copy of the letter from Fitzwilliam College(1 page) which suggests that he would be unlikely to obtain accommodation in College. As a consequence he indicates to Crook that on grounds of expense he may not be able to take up the Fellowship. He mentions the visit of B. Knox to Ball State University to give a lecture. The flyer for the lecture is included (1 page) as is an unconnected newspaper clipping (1 page) referring to a computer system that allows access to all of Greek literature.
ALS from J. Koumoulides, Ball State University, Indiana, USA.
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- ReferenceGB 275 Crook/D/D1/4/24
- Dates of Creation2 May 1988
- Physical Description2 p. paper
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