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King's/PP contains:
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JRLH The Papers of John Reginald Lang-Hyde
JRNS The Papers of John Richard Nicholas Stone
JS The Papers of John Saltmarsh
JTS The Papers of John Tresidder Sheppard
JVR The Papers of Professor Joan Violet Robinson
JWC Papers Relating to John Waynflete Carter
LEF The Papers of the Le Fanu family
LLK The Papers of Lydia Lopokova Keynes
LPW The Papers of Lancelot Patrick Wilkinson
MRJ The Papers of Montague Rhodes James
NGA The Papers of Noel Gilroy Annan
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Papers Relating to John Waynflete Carter

Title Papers Relating to John Waynflete Carter
Reference GBR/0272/PP/JWC
Creator Carter, John Waynflete (1905-75)
Covering Dates 1933–1975
Extent and Medium 2 folders; paper
Repository King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge
Content and context

John Waynflete Carter (1905-1975) was a bibliographer and antiquarian bookseller. He went to Eton and came up to King's a scholar in 1924 where he earned a first in both parts of the Classical tripos.

The papers constitute a satirical publication by JWC and an obituary for him.

Access and Use

Please cite as King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge, Papers Relating to John Waynflete Carter, JWC

Further information

See Carter's correspondence with Alan Munby at ANLM/1/6.

Index Terms
Carter, John Waynflete (1905-1975) bibliographer
King's/PP/JWC contains:
1 Gullible Papers. The file contains an autograph letter signed from John Waynflete Carter (signed 'Jake') to Sir Dennis Proctor, 12 July [1968], sending copies of the Gullible Papers to complete his set. Included are printed copies of the Gullible papers Nos 1-6 and a menu for the 38th dinner of the Double Crown Club, 4 May 1933.
Creator: Carter, John Waynflete.
8 items in envelope; paper.
1933–1968
2 Eulogy. The file comprises a photocopy of a corrected typescript of an obituary speech given at Eton by Lord Maud for JWC.
Creator: Maud, Lord Radcliffe.
6 sheets in envelope; paper.
1975

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