Correspondence and papers of Donald Ineson mainly relating to an appeal in 1951, Northern Horticultural Society

Scope and Content

These papers were in an original folder, discarded, labelled ‘1951 appeal. Various draft articles by DGI for journal’; a section of the folder, with the label, is with the papers. Includes

List of people who purchased tickets for the Northern Horticultural Society luncheon on 21 Apr 1949, and seating plan for the luncheon

Reports of Gardens Management Committee for Council meeting 12 May 1950, and copy minutes, 5 May-14 Jun 1951

Draft appeals for Harlow Carr Gardens, 1949 and c.1950

Papers relating to finance including projected expenditure, undated

Notice of meeting of Northern Horticultural Society Council on 28 Apr 1959 and annual accounts and balance sheet for 1958

Lists of covenants to Northern Horticultural Society, 1958

Outstanding subscriptions, 1951

Correspondence of Donald Ineson, relating to Northern Horticultural Society business, Jan-May 1951, Apr 1949, and 2 Dec 1959

Draft article for the journal, undated

Copy minutes of the Finance Committee and financial report, 19 Mar 1951

Estimated revenue and expenditure, 1951

Obituary notices of W.H. Hatcher and Rowland Cooper, undated

Drafts articles about Harlow Carr Gardens, undated

Press cuttings relating to the visit to the gardens of the Princess Royal on 11 Apr [1950], to Harlow Carr as a visitor destination, 29 Jul 1949, and about the garden, undated

Draft reports of dahlia trials at Harlow Carr, 1951

Lists of plants promised for Harlow Carr and by whom, dated ‘25 July’ [c.1951; written on scrap paper dated 1951]

Notes on Northern Horticultural Society accounts prepared by Messrs Farrant Scott and Golland, 1951

Membership and donation papers, c.1950s

Alterations to the constitution submitted by the Western Regional Committee, undated [c.1950s]

Typescript report and statement of accounts, 1951

List of people who purchased tickets for the Northern Horticultural Society luncheon on 20 Apr 1950

Contributions received from the appeal 1951-1952, alphabetically by surname

These papers do not appear to have been filed in Ineson’s usual way, as no hole is punched at the top of pages