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Correspondence, 1952-2008

MS. Braun 128
Held in our offsite storage facility

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Personal or predominantly personal correspondence with friends and colleagues:

  1. Folder 1: Correspondence with and material relating to Stephen Medcalf. Some letters, c. 1989-1997; a notebook with a handwritten account of travels in Italy, Nov 1988, titled 'The Roman Journal of Tamesibugus Braun A.D. 1988'; photocopies of a manuscript by Stephen Medcalf 'Narrative of the Night of Thursday/Friday 14/15 April 1983 with a postscript', 1998; photocopies of a typescript by Stephen Medcalf 'Reminiscences of a Heart By-pass Operation in 1996', 1996/1997; obituaries for Stephen Medcalf, 2007, and material relating to his memorial service, 2008.
  2. Folder 2: Miscellaneous correspondence, topics including the Braun family's relations with Quakers, travel, references, visits and publications, sorted chronologically, 1952-1984 and n.d. Correspondents who are identified include Ruth Apel, Society of Friends Warwickshire Monthly Meeting, Margaret W[orsdell], D. Lindsay Griffin, R.M. Solomon, Ken Segar, Gamini Salgado, John Lucas, Edward Mortimer, Barbara Oeser, Oxford University Monarchist Society, Philip Mondiano, Dorothee Hammerstein, Nirman Marrow, Eva Koch, John Vaughan, Siegbert Prawer, Embassy of India in China, Russell Meiggs, Philip Whitmore. (=Res.)
  3. Folder 3: Miscellaneous correspondence, sorted chronologically, 1985-2008. Correspondents who are identified include Thomas Kitch, David Firth, Veronique Dasen, Nikolai Matveyev, Richard Dawson, Robin Burn, Don Markwell, Kemal Yilmaz, Cyril Brooks, Otto & Dorothy Fleming, Siegbert Prawer, Clifford J. Smith, Margaret Lyttelton/ Macmillan Publishers Ltd., Caroline Baroness Cox, Kenneth McRae. Michael Macdonald, Richard Dawkins, Kenneth Rowley, Charles Griffith, Assad Khan, Margaret Wright, Thomas Hudson, John Trowell, David, H. Lewis, Arthur Wood, John Lucas, Robert Maguire, Jessica Roberts, Villiers Family, Torstein Hagen, Yohanan ben David, Andrew Graham. (=Res.)


  • Creation: 1952-2008


1 box (3 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

Some folders are closed. These are marked as (=Res.).


MS. Braun 128