1 September, 1883
3 June, 1941
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1401813622016: Dusk is falling as we detrain at Étaples. We have ...
1401814671605: Off parade there is little to do. We write letters...
1401815897897: On the march ....We are marching as a brigad...
1401868954873: All is a bustle and stir in the trench. We are bei...
1401869754466: A day of sun and cool wind, perfect for marching, ...
1401870300064: I’ve just come across a bundle of old newspapers g...
1401870584406: We have now had three days of rain in this place. ...
1401871183496: Lord! What a march! The men are still straggling i...
1407939347278: Sunday is a dull day here. I've been to church. [...
1407946602151: I cannot get your German Singers out of my he...
1408108765404: Good morning Mary! - I went down to a meal there &...
1408109799468: I wrote about 500 words “On Learning the Cello” fo...
1408110429181: With the opening (& concluding) phrase of the last...
1408111268633: Sublimity is a measure despised & suspected very n...
1408112392568: Quite immeasurable thanks to you & to Kitty for a ...
performance of 'I want to go home'
performance of 'Pack up your troubles in your old kitbag'
performance of 'The Long Trail'
performance of 'The Maid of the Mountains'
performance of 'Phantasie Sonata in G for Violin and Piano'
performance of 'Quartet in E flat (op 127)'
Letter from Max Plowman to Hugh l'Anson Fausset, 10 Nov. 1938
Letter from Max Plowman to Janet Upcott, postmarked 21 Nov. 1915
Letter from Max Plowman to Mary Marr, 5 Aug. 1931
Letter from Max Plowman to Nellie 'Kay' Gill, 12 Feb. 1937
Letter from Max Plowman to Nellie 'Kay' Gill, 21 May 1939
Letter from Max Plowman to Rolf Gardiner, 7 Nov. 1928