Item Details

Call Number: MS Gen 532/64
Date of Creation: 1914
Level of Description: Item
Part of MS Gen 532
Content: Letter from Francis John MacCunn to Professor and Mrs MacCunn. On headed paper, Ben Cruach Lodge, Tarbet, Loch Lomond, 20 September 1914
Dispositions in the event of my death in the present war'. Lists money in Life Assurance, Post Office Account and Clydesdale Bank. W.D. Robinson and J.M. MacKintosh of 1 Partickhill Road Glasgow to be given their choice of book. 'Atlas of Scotland in particular to go to the latter'. Any pictures and photographs also to be given. Notebooks to be burned, reviews of his book may be kept if wished. Also notes that there may be money from his book. Details the whereabouts of a paper on Duncan Ban MacIntyre which may be published. Will also send on his old poems. Lists outstanding bills which include the History Class Library and Smiths (booksellers). Sends love to Bill and Doris.
Letter contained in envelope with hand written date, 20 September 1914, and no postage. Written on envelope F. J MacCunn 'Dispositions for eventualities'. Letter and envelope contained in MS Gen 532/63
Physical Description: 1 folded sheet
Access: Normal conditions
Language: English
Material Type: Letter
Accession Number: 4178
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Repository Code: GB 0247

Names associated with this item:

author: Francis John MacCunn 1888-1915
Born in Liverpool. Son of John MacCunn and Florence Anne Sellar (d 1939). A cousin of the composer Hamish MacCunn. Studied at the University of Oxford. Assistant, …
recipient: Florence Anne MacCunn d. 1939
Née Sellar. Daughter of Professor W Y Sellar. Wife of John MacCunn. Mother of Francis John MacCunn.
recipient: John MacCunn 1846-1929
Professor of Philosophy, University College, Liverpool.
subject: John Smith & Son
Booksellers, Glasgow.
subject: William MacCunn fl.1914-1915
Brother of Francis John MacCunn. Served with the King's Own Scottish Borderers in 1915. Permanent secretary of the Bluecoat Society of arts, Liverpool.
subject: Duncan Ban Macintyre 1725-1812
Donnchadh Ban Mac an t-Saoir.
subject: J. M. Mackintosh fl.1914
subject: W. D. Robinson fl.1914
subject: Mary Poldores Thomson 1896-1983
Née Mary Poldores MacCunn.
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