Document ReferenceLa Ch 40/1-2
TitleLetter from Helen Corke, Kelvedon, Colchester, to J.D. Chambers, Beeston, Nottinghamshire; 5 Jul. 1960
Date5 July 1960
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionEncloses a letter sent to her by Muriel May Holbrook in 1913 (see La Ch 39/1); refers to the visit to the University [of Nottingham], their joint evening programme, and the [Lawrence] exhibition which she thought well arranged and comprehensive; comments that the interest in D.H. Lawrence is extraordinary; refers to an enquiry from a Japanese professor, University of Kobe, who is organising a series of lectures on Lawrence, and has asked for her views of Lawrence in the context of changing religious beliefs in Japan, and the suggestion that Lawrence might be viewed as a reincarnation of Jesus Christ; invites him to visit and gives directions.

La Ch 40/2 is the envelope addressed to Dr Chambers.
Termexhibitions, D.H. Lawrence after thirty years, University of Nottingham 1960
ReprodnNoteThe University of Nottingham
Physical DescriptionTypescript on a single sheet of cream paper; dimensions are 254 x 204 mm; the paper has one horizontal and three vertical folds. Envelope is blue.
Related RecordLa/S/2/1/3/24-47

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA42Lawrence; D.H. (1885-1930); David Herbert; writer1885-1930
NA377Holbrook; Muriel May (1883-1955); Mrs; née Chambers1883-1955
NA257Corke; Helen (1882-1978); teacher at Croydon1882-1978
NA174Chambers; Jonathan David (1898-1970); Professor; Professor of Economic and Social History at the University of Nottingham1898-1970
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