Poems written by friends, 1914-1990
Comprises manuscript, typescript and copies of poems, including:
- an ink sketch, possibly of Barfield
- poems by Leo Baker, signed, 'Kingsley Baker'
- 'Poems', a collection of typescript poems by Lucy Barfield, n.d.; one is written on a loose sheet, which is p. 79 of a story written in Barfield's hand
- poems by Maud Barfield, one beginning, 'Owen! my speech has lately been enriched'
- 'Twenty-One Sonnets based on Saint John's Gospel', by Michael Hedley Burton, with correspondence with Barfield, 1985-1986
- a recollection of a dream by Doris Davy, 1934
- 'A Morning Prayer' by D.N. Dunlop
- 'The Little Anthropop Fog', by Ann Ellerton
- poems by Roger Fox, [?1940s]
- poems by Howard Fulweiler, 1973
- poems written by George Rostrevor Hamilton, signed G.R.H., 1963
- 'For a Farewell', by Brian Merrikin Hill
- poems by Andrew Keith, 1940-1964
- a poem and a note from C.S. Lewis, entitled, 'In reply to your "Itma" Theory'
- a note from C.S. Lewis enclosing a copy of a poem by Douglas Newton
- a note from C.S. Lewis describing 'Itma Dreams', 1964-5
- 'Pavane' by O.W. Mitchell
- poems by Miss Maisie Radford, 1914-1940
- poems by Rex Raab, 1983-1990
- poem written for him by his aunt, Minnie Sh?, [c.1914]
- a letter and poems from Josephine Spence, 1979-1985
- anonymous poems, undated
- Creation: 1914-1990
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Arranged alphabetically by author.