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Geoffrey Woolley Papers
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'Excuse my dust'

Printed book : Richard Herbert Randolph SJ, 'Excuse my dust : a little life relived' (Oxford : no. 40 of a numbered edition privately printed by Hall the Printer Ltd for the author, Sept. 1999 ; card covers, 284 pp., [8] pp. b/w photos)....

Booksellers' letters and invoices

Original bundle of letters and invoices from booksellers, including John & Edward Bumpus, Robert Chris, Foyle's Welsh Company Ltd and the Times Book Club, all of London, and James G. Commin of Exeter, Frank Drayton of Bournemouth, and Elk...

Coal mining publications

Copies of 'The Tredegar Iron and Coal Company, Limited : Oakdale Collery, 1st March 1930', and 'The Monmouthshire and South Wales Coal Owners' Association : Report on the exhibition of colliery horses, The Royal Agricultural Sh...

Diaries and journals

(i) Geoffrey Woolley's diaries and journals, [c.1930]-1968 (mainly 1932-1950). Some of the loose-leaf diaries contain letters received and carbon copies of letters sent, while many of the volumes include precises or quotes from correspondence...

Diary

Loose leaves of manuscript and typescript diary entries.

Diary

Volume containing a narrative diary, 18 Sept.-20 Nov. 1945. Also contains further loose diary entries, 6 May-15 July 1945, covering the German surrender, probably comprising the pages torn out of the front of the volume.

Diary

Loose leaves enclosing letters received, carbon copies of letters sent, newspaper cuttings and ephemera, extracted from a folder (discarded). Woolley was based in Washington DC, but due to return to Britain on the 'Britannic' (May/June).

Diary

Loose pages gathered into a home-made volume.

Diary

Loose pages, formerly gathered into a home-made volume. Includes letters from Robert Eckert of Freeport, IL, USA, discussing his 'Edward Thomas: a biography and a bibliography' (1937); and training programmes for A, B and C Batteries, 75...

Diary

Loose pages of typescript diary entries gathered into a home-made volume. Much of this appears to be carbon copies of material in D 18.

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