170R. C. P. Scott to Harrod, 5 December 1929 [a]

The Manchester Guardian asks Harrod to take up Lindsay's work as Oxford correspondent. [1]

  1. 1. The exchange includes four other letters, one of which no longer extant. On 9 December, Scott regretted that Harrod could not take up the correspondence, and ask if he could indicate any one of the younger dons to whom he might apply (in MGA A/H29/14). Harrod suggests the names of A. H. Smith of New College, E. Woodward of All Souls and R. B. McCallum of Pembroke College (12 December 1929, in MGA 2026 A/N3/3a). Finally, Scott thanked Harrod for the proposal (17 December 1929, in HPBL Add. 71190/98; copy in MGA A/H29/15).
    1. a. From The Guardian Office, Manchester # , TLS, two pages, in HPBL Add. 71190/96-97. Copy in MGA A/H29/10.


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