Newspaper cuttings

Scope and Content

From 1933 until his death Greenwood kept newspaper and magazine cuttings of reviews and articles relating to himself and his works. After 1936 most of the cuttings were sent to Greenwood by Durrant's Press Cuttings agency. Many of the cuttings are glued into three large scrapbooks, arranged by subject matter rather than chronologically. In addition, there are a number of loose cuttings, which have, where possible, been grouped together by subject, and then listed in chronological order according to the earliest date in each group.