Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)DA21/1/2/1/7
TitleWilliam B Brash
Extent15 items
DescriptionLetters to James Rendel Harris from William Bardsley Brash with two printed items. The letters are written from Southport and Oxford and he writes about his own research work and his respect for Rendel Harris as a scholar whom he had known since being a student at Woodbrooke

/1 refers to the death of James Hope Moulton, 13 April 1917; /5 gives information about the William Noble Fellowship in English literature at Liverpool University for which he has applied and where hopes to undertake research into English mystical poetry of the seventeenth century, 29 May 1918; /6 asks if Harris would help Amie S. F. Barlow, sister of Sir Thomas Barlow in her work as editor of the 'Home Reading Union Magazine', 31 May 1918; /14 handbill of poem entitled 'To Oxford Men Fighting ' by Argent, reprinted from the 'Passing Show', 1 July, 1916 ; /15 booklet being a sermon titled 'The City of our Dreams' preached by Brash at Wesley Memorial Church, Oxford, 13 August 1916
ArrangementArranged in chronological order
Access StatusOpen
Physical DescriptionFolded


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