Letters sent by Francis H Newbery, Director of Glasgow School of Art
- 10 Jan 1911-31 Aug 1911
Part of Records of The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland
Letterbook of outgoing correspondence - includes letters to Mr Nunn Ayles re: role of art teachers (16 Feb); to Professor Britten re: use of models in the Architect's Life Class and the Composition Class (31 Jan & 1 Feb); Anning Bell re: post of Director at LCC School of Arts & Crafts being offered to Newbery (10 Mar); Anning Bell: re: post at GSA in Design Dept. (Mar-Apr); Sir William Bilsland re: the success of lectures at GSA (1 May); Reference for P. Wylie Davidson (8 Mar); Mr Ewen re: Children's drawing at Higher level (2 June); Messrs. Grindlay, Staffs. re: work by Herbert MacNair (10 Jan); Mr Gray re: the misbehaviour of architectural students (19 May); to Greiffenhagen re: officialdom, including comparison of Scottish Education Department with South Kensington system & remark about ECA (27 May); to Housekeeper at GSA re: dusting of casts and cases (10 Jan); Mr Whitelaw Hamilton re: Glasgow Artistic Circles (25 May); Mrs Talwin Morris re: the purchase of books and bookbinding equipment (May); C.R. Mackintosh re: the lift (1 Feb), invite to lunch to meet Anning Bell (11 Feb), request for name-plate for Entrance Hall (23 Mar); Baltus re: lectures at GSA (28 Jan); to Mary Newbery re: family arrangements, etc. (20 Mar); Pr. Orlik, Berlin re: exchange of students' works for comparison (Jan-Feb); Mr Orr: re art education, etc. (June); George Pirie: re becoming a Visitor to GSA Animal Class (4 & 9 June); David Rollo re: scholarship travel in Italy (23 Mar); W.G. Strickland, National Gallery of Scotland re: Henry MacManus, first Headmaster of GSA (1 Mar); to Bernard Shaw asking him to give a lecture at GSA (4 May); Mr Weeks, Bridport re: design for a memorial to John Beard (May-June).
Newbery, Francis Henry