Letters: Francis Celoria

Scope and Content

Mostly comprising correspondence from Francis Celoria, 1965-2006. Topics include literature; citizenship, mostly concerning Cricks work for the Labour government; politics, both theoretical and in practice particularly concerning the Labour party, ancient history (including Greece); the royal family; employment and projects, including accounts of his work and library provision at Keele University, and directorship of Gladstone pottery museum; travel arrangements; typography; book publishing; word processing and computing; philosophy (humour); polemics; acquiring, collecting, selling, borrowing books from libraries; household appliances; cooking; languages. Including copies of some correspondence from Bernard Crick, 1995-1996 (2); and some newspaper cuttings.