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Dymock Poets Special Collection
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Photocopy of article "Weekend tribute to poets"

Published in The Citizen on 16 May 1995. Refers to weekend in Ledbury commemorating the 80th anniversary of Rupert Brooke's death. Those present included Lesley Lee Francis, Sean Street and Roger Hogg. Photocopied as a Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education press cuttings alert

Articles and flyer relating to the Dymock Poets

Magazine article "The origin of a famous war poet" on Wilfred Owen by John W Foster c.1990s
Newspaper article "Poetic injustice" on the decision not to name a road "Farjeon Way" in Ledbury. Published in the Western Daily Press on 22 February 1997
"Dymock Poets: The Four Churches of The Windcross Parishes" flyer c.1990s

University of Gloucestershire

Letter from Robert Frost to John Haines

Written at Ryton, Dymock. Frost arranges to visit Haines with his daughter Lesley. Includes Frost's unvarnished opinions of Lascelles Abercrombie, Rupert Brooke, John Drinkwater and Wilfrid Wilson Gibson alongside comments on the beginning of the First World War.

Pencil annotations by John Haines

Copies of letters from Myfanwy Thomas to Alison Brackenbury and Robyn Marsack regarding Edward Thomas and Welsh folksongs

Typescript of letter from Myfanwy Thomas to Robyn Marsack 4 October 2004

Photocopy of letter from Myfanwy Thomas to Alison Brackenbury 4 November 2004

Letter accompanying deposit from Alison Brackenbury 29 November 2016

Digital copies of poems "Letter, 1917", "No 2, Yewtree Cottage", "Visitor" and "Edward Thomas' daughter" by Alison Brackenbury

Digital typescript of script for BBC Radio 3 programme "Singing in the Dark: Back to Brigg Fair" broadcast on 7 July 2006

Brackenbury, Alison

Photocopy of receipt for "New Numbers"

Photocopy of an original receipt for the periodical New Numbers for 7s 6d from Norman S Macdonnell. Handwritten by Catherine Abercrombie. Accompanied by a postcard from Lorna Beckett, later Chair of the Rupert Brooke Society

Photographic prints of the May Hill and Dymock area by Trudie Ballantyne

13 prints framed, 4 unframed

Landscape orientation, taken through a soft photographic filter. Frames 535mm x 535mm

Footpath, Dymock [two copies, framed]
Wild Daffodils, Ryton Woods [framed]
The Tunnels Mouth, Dymock [framed]
Morning Mist, May Hill [two copies, framed]
Ploughed Field, Ryton [framed]
Hail Storm over the Forest of Dean from May Hill [framed]
May Hill [unframed]
Marsh Marigold, Greenways Cross [framed]
Apple Blossom, Leddington [unframed]
Harts Tongue Fern [unframed]
Wild Garlic [framed]
Half-pipe style pathway through a dense forest [framed]
Yew & Ivy, Dymock Church [framed]
Tree Trunk [unframed]
Perry Tree, Eldersfield [framed]

Photograph album of sites associated with Edward Thomas, compiled by Anthony Berridge

Photographs taken by Anthony Berridge between 1979-1983 of sites related to Edward Thomas. Identical album held in the Edward Thomas Collection at Cardiff University.
Includes loose photographs [some copyrighted images of Edward Thomas], list of photographs in album, "The Wandsworth Historian" with article on Edward Thomas December 1978 and "Common News: A Newspaper sponsored by Churches in South Battersea" February 1979

Also includes letter from Anthony Berridge to Myfanwy Thomas, 14 April 2000, and explanatory note from Richard Emeny of The Edward Thomas Fellowship, July 2003

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