A public address given by Dr Alan Hayton, to the Fitzroy Rotary Club 21st October 1992. Dr Hayton begins with early reminiscences, however the main body of the talk relates to Charles Armitage Brown and his relationship with the poet Keats.
Correspondence dated 15 May 1990 to Hayton from Professor Jack Stillinger regarding the handwriting in Brown's Tasso. Confirms that handwriting in Tasso does not belong to Keats’s but believes that the book must have once been a part of Keats’s personal library.
Correspondence dated 19 March 1991 to Professor Jack Stillinger from Hayton asking a number of questions relating to the Keats/Brown relationship and the books held at the Taranaki Museum.
Correspondence dated 6 May 1991 to Hayton from Professor Jack Stillinger answering the questions posed by Hayton in the previous letter.
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Archives
Classification
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1990-1992
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- Correspondence dated 15 May 1990 to Hayton from Professor Jack Stillinger.

- Correspondence dated 19 March 1991 to Professor Jack Stillinger from Hayton.

- Correspondence dated 6 May 1991 to Hayton from Professor Jack Stillinger.

- Typed notes for public address given by Dr Allan Hayton to the Fitzroy Rotary Club 21st October 1992.

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ARC2003-18

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