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Programmes and information for various events including "Edward Thomas and Contemporary Poetry: A One-day Conference" 12 March 2005, the Friends of the Dymock Poets Spring Day 25 March 2006, production of "The Songs I Had... A portrait in scenes and music of the First World War composer Ivor Gurney", "Visions and Thanksgiving: A concert in St Mary's Church, Dymock" 6 October 2012, "The Poetic Voices of John Drinkwater" talk 5 October 2013, "Return to Adlestrop" 24 June 2014, "Dymock 1914 Remembered" 11 - 12 July 2014, "The Dymock Poets and the impact of the First World War: An illustrated talk by Linda Hart" 15 November 2014 and "1914: Songs and poetry of World War I" by The Trench Choir. Includes pencil annotations

John Drinkwater to Edward Marsh

Handwritten transcript of letters from Drinkwater to Marsh, 29 September 1912 - 29 December 1915. Topics include written works, visits, James Elroy Flecker, New Numbers and Rupert Brooke

Wilfrid Gibson to Edward Marsh

Handwritten transcript of letters from Gibson to Marsh, 2 August 1912 - c. January 1916. Topics include differences with Harold Munro, visits, written works, health, Rupert Brooke, Georgian Poetry, marriage to Geraldine Townshead, New Numbers, Maurice Browne and the Little Theatre Chicago

Lascelles Abercrombie to Rupert Brooke

Two photocopied letters and one photocopied postcard dated 30 September 1912, 5 October 1912 and 31 March 1913. Includes typescript of October 1912 letter and March 1913 postcard. Topics include Madame Strindberg and the Cabaret Theatre, illness and visits

Letter from Dorothy Una Ratcliffe to Wilfrid Wilson Gibson describing a meeting with Hugh MacDiarmid

Written from The Percy Arms Hotel, Otterburn, Northumberland. Recalls a recent meeting with the Scottish poet, Hugh MacDiarmid where they discussed Gibson's work, for which he expressed a "great liking" and Roy Campbell's which he "loathes". Dorothy Una Ratcliffe was editor of the Northern Broadsheet and a friend of Wilfrid's who was later to deposit a large collection of his material in the Brotherton Library, Leeds

Newspaper article "Mr Gibson"

Published in the Manchester Guardian, author "H I'A F". A review of "Coldknuckles" praising Gibson's handling of the Northumbrian dialect. The cutting was forwarded to Frederick Mullen Ltd. and is glued to a pre-printed form

Newspaper article "Wilfrid Gibson, people's poet"

Published in The Guardian, author unknown. Claims Krindlesyke to have been his masterpiece, after which "the force of his art seemed to have declined". It dismisses his inclusion as a Georgian Poet, claiming his methods and aims to be quite different to the other poets within the group. It mentions his association with Lascelles Abercrombie

Assignment of copyright of selected works by Rupert Brooke to Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, Lascelles Abercrombie and Walter de la Mare

Indenture signed by Rupert Brooke's mother Mary Ruth Brooke assigning copyright for Brooke's works "Poems", "1914 and Other Poems", "Selected Poems", "The Old Vicarage, Grantchester", "Collected Poems", "Letters from America", and "John Webster and the Elizabethan Drama" to Gibson, Abercrombie and de la Mare according to written instruction from Rupert Brooke who died intestate. The indenture states that this letter also contained "other matters of a very private nature and has since been destroyed by the Administratix" [Mary Ruth Brooke]

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