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A Tale [cancelled version],

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  • 1915, Mar. 28 /

First line: There once the walls. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

As the team's head brass,

  • 424/2/121/1.
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  • 1916,May. 27 /

First line: As the team's head brass. Written at Hare Hall Camp, Gidea Park, Romford. Manuscript draft in ink.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Badge.

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Edward Thomas' badge of the Royal Garrison Artillery, lacking its pin [1914-1917].

Birds' nests,

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  • 1914, Dec. /

First line: The summer nests uncovered by autumn wind. Written in Steep. Typescript. Version B.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Birds' nests,

  • 424/2/9/1a.
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  • 1914, Dec. /

First line: The summer nests uncovered by autumn wind. Written in Steep. Typescript. Version A.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Blenheim oranges,

  • 424/2/134/1.
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  • 1916, Sep. 3 /

First line: Gone, gone again. Written at Royal Artillery School, Handel Street, London W.C. Manuscript draft in ink. This item is the same version as that once owned by Edward Thomas' mother, Mary Elizabeth Thomas, but a manuscript rather tha...

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Blenheim oranges,

  • 424/2/134/2.
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  • 1916, Sep. 3 /

First line: Gone, gone again. Written at Royal Artillery School, Handel Street, London W.C. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Button.

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Edward Thomas' button from the Artist's Rifles uniform, given to Myfanwy Thomas by Joyce Herbert. With a note by Myfanwy Thomas attached [1914-1917].

Clay pipes.

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Six of Edward Thomas' clay pipes [early 20th century].

Digging [2],

  • 424/2/86/1.
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  • 1915,Jul. 21 /

First line: What matter makes my spade for tears or mirth. Written in London. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

February afternoon [sonnet 2],

  • 424/2/86/1.
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  • 1916, Feb. 7-8 /

First line: Men heard this roar of parleying starlings, saw. Manuscript draft in ink.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Home [2],

  • 424/2/61/1.
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  • 1915, Apr. 17 /

First line: Often I had gone this way before. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Household poems: [1 Bronwen],

  • 424/2/106/1.
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  • 1916, Mar. 29-Apr. 6 /

First line: If I should ever by chance grow rich. Written 'at Little Warley and Hare Hall'. Manuscript draft in pencil.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Household poems: [2 Merfyn],

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  • 1916, Apr. 1-7 /

First line: If I were to own this countryside. Written at Hare Hall. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Household poems: [3 Myfanwy],

  • 424/2/108/1.
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  • 1916, Apr. 2-8 /

First line: What shall I give my daughter the younger. Written at Hare Hall Camp, Gidea Park, Romford. Manuscript draft in pencil. Two versions.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Interval,

  • 424/2/8/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. /

First line: Gone the wild day. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Last poem,

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  • 1917, Jan. 13 /

First line: The sorrow of true love is a great sorrow. Written at Lydd. Manuscript copy in ink in Helen Thomas' hand.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Letter sent 1 Jan 1917,

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  • 1917, Jan. 1 /

Letter from Edward Thomas to Helen Thomas, addressed Lydd, Kent. Formerly in envelope postmarked 2 Jan 1917.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Letter sent 12-13 Dec 1916,

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  • 1916, Dec. 12-13 /

Letter from Edward Thomas to Helen Thomas. In envelope postmarked Lydd/Loughton, Kent, 12/13 Dec 1916.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Letter sent 14 Dec 1916,

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  • 1916, Dec. 14 /

Letter from Edward Thomas to Helen Thomas, addressed Lydd, Kent.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

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