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School Diaries

Two notebooks used by Charles Philips Trevelyan as diaries for his time during school. Concerning school activities, his academic performances, comments on teaching, extra-curricular activities including sport and debating, and a tour abroad in April 1889, including interest in the Franco-Prussian War.
Also includes comments on peers at school and teachers, and family members, including George Otto Trevelyan and Robert Calverley Trevelyan.
Also includes two letters from H D Watson, primarily concerning cricket.

Documents relating to Harrow School

Includes lists of scholars and students at Harrow school, score cards from 1885 Eton v Harrow Cricket Match (8th- 11th July 1885), House Lists from January 1885 - May 1889, and articles from the Harrovian concerning the Philathletic Club, and Athletics Sports Programmes from 1887-88.

School Exercises and printed essay

Includes some exercises by Charles [presumably] from school, exercises in Greek, a water colour sketch of the portico at 14 Great College Street, two essays by Marjorie Gordon reprinted from Sesame and a handwritten essay by Charles entitled Under the Open Sky .

Letters to Charles from George Macaulay Trevelyan

Concerning the 1892 General Election, including thoughts on Home Rule; life at Harrow, including meeting [presumed] Henry Morton Stanley and Dorothy Tennant; and discussion of British policy in Uganda.
Some of these items feature pencil annotations made by Mary Moorman while researching the biography of her father, George Macaulay.

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