|Manuscripts/MS Add.7620/6 contains:|
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||''Melrose School Magazine'' Summer Term, 1914 in which Barbara Elizabeth Hopkins is noted as a prize recipient
||/1. Personal letter from Sir Archibald Garrod (9 Chandos Street. London) to Frederick Gowland Hopkins re his sons killed in the war; /2. a photograph of two of his sons in uniform; /3. a portrait photograph of [?one of the sons]
||Official documents accumulated by the Hopkins family during the Great War; together with an item from the Red Cross
||Diary kept by Frederick Gowland Hopkins
||Studio portrait photographs of Frederick Gowland Hopkins
||A photographic album entitled ''A Souvenir of a Journey to Japan'' given by the Lenox-Conygham's to the Hopkins's as a Christmas gift
||Photographs of family groups and activities
||Letter from ?N. Dunham] (Budleigh Salterton) to Jessie Ann Hopkins re hopes for 1940 and Polish refugees they have taken into their home
||Circular letter from Isobel Cripps (13 Regent St. , S. W. 1) thanking [?Frederick Gowland Hopkins] for supporting the United Aid to China Fund
||Letter from Herbert George Wells (47 Chiltern Court, NW1) to Frederick Gowland Hopkins re arranging to meet and naming his guests as Dr & Mrs Julian Huxley, Dr & Mrs Brierly and Lady Aberconway
||Order of service sheets for the funeral of Frederick Gowland Hopkins; together with a typescript eulogy and a printed response to letters of condolence to Lady Gowland
The Papers of Frederick Gowland Hopkins
||Essay entitled ''Tillitudlem Castle''
|Extent and Medium
||11 sheets; paper
|Content and context|
The essay takes the form of a playscript written at the City of London School.
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