Kipling Journal: KJ286

Published: Jun 1998

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Contents

PageHeadingAuthor
06&08NECESSITARIAN (T&Dv). Illustration, with note C 291/70Cleaver, Reginald + C
10STRANGER (v). BNP’s use and the full Canadian backgroundEditorial
12Kipling the globe-trotter. Part 3: Meeting Uncle Harry, 1889 + Edit. 286/09Bendle, Meryl Macdonald
14Kipling the globe-trotter. Part 4: Activities in mid-1891…Bendle, Meryl Macdonald
18World War 1. Great War and Rudyard KiplingBrogan, Hugh
34Hunter hunted; cartoon[Punch: 16th Sept 1914]
35Burwash. War memorial: support from KS sought for restorationSociety notices
35Fellowship. Kipling Fellowship at Magdalene College, CambridgeSociety notices
35Kipling Society, The. Medallion now located in Bombay & The GrangeSociety notices & 288/47
36Dollman. Request for information about John Charles Dollman (artist)Society notices
36Kipling Society, The. Membership secretary & publicity officer soughtSociety notices
37Kipling Society, The. Melbourne branch 60th anniversaryKennedy, Rosalind
38Beerbohm. Max Beerbohm’s caricatures, by N. John Hall. Yale. 1997C3
41BONDS OF DISCIPLINE (T&D). ‘Cockbilling the yards’ queryC2 + R 287/52 288/75
45Auctions & sales. Song of the English @ £1250 in Howes Catalogue 277C10 + Illus 286/52&53
46Housman. Kipling and the Housmans R 289/35C + R
47BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (v). Lord Milner’s fly-leaf commentC6 [reduced photocopy]
48Balestiers. Balestiers, and the Vermont feud [with letter from E.E.Balestier]C [Letter: 27th Jan 1927]
48South Africa. Boer War. Kipling’s correspondent activity: details requestedC5 [Ed. advice included]
51Arundell House, Tisbury, Wilts…for sale @ £450,000C2
52SONG OF THE ENGLISH (SSv). Illustration by Heath Robinson: 1['in the man-stifled town']
53SONG OF THE ENGLISH (SSv). Illustration by Heath Robinson: 2[Auckland]
54Library. New bookcases and removal to 8th floor of City UniversitySchreiber, Mrs Trixie

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