Letter from William Plomer to John Betjeman, December 23, 1960


Part of a collection of letters to John Betjeman from William Plomer (British poet, novelist and literary editor). Plomer talks about his afternoon with Betjeman in Teddington. He inquires about whether Betjeman or Charles Tennyson Turner, know anything about Richard Wilton. He shares with Betjeman his poem about the supermarket.

In Collection:
Creator Contributor Subject Language Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 4 pages ; 17.75 x 13.5 cm
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 50.91667, -0.08333
Additional physical characteristics
  • Handwritten in black ink with letterhead in black capital letters "Rossida, Stonefields, Rustington, Sussex".
Physical repository Collection
  • John Betjeman Collection
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • Accession Number: 2000-010; File: Box 36, Folder 9
Fonds title Fonds identifier Is referenced by Date digitized
  • July 13, 2023
Technical note
  • Scanned on Plustek OpticBookA300 @ 300 & 600 DPI Tiff, as well as on Epson 10000XL @ 300 & 600 DPI by KM. Images cropped and resized for Vault @ approx 35MB. Metadata by MT.
  • Use of this material is permitted for research and private study purposes only. For all other uses, contact University of Victoria Special Collections and University Archives.
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