Gilbert Parker collection [textual record]

  • Record Information – Brief
    Hierarchical level:
    Collection
    Date:
    1913.
    Reference:
    R5531-0-8-E
    Type of material:
    Textual material
    Found in:
    Archives / Collections and Fonds
    Item ID number:
    103007
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    Context of this record:
    • Gilbert Parker collection
      Gilbert Parker collection
  • Date(s):
    1913.
    Place of creation:
    No place, unknown, or undetermined
    Extent:
    0.1 cm of textual records (2 p.).
    Language of material:
    English
    Scope and content:
    Collection consists of one letter from Parker in New York, N.Y., to a journalist, Mr. Whitelock, concerning an article by Whitelock on Parker and objecting to the inclusion in that article of remarks made by Parker regarding Rudyard Kipling, n.d. Also included is a letter from Parker in London, England, to a Miss Welsh arranging a meeting with her, dated 1913.
    Provenance:
    Biography/Administrative history:
    Parker, Gilbert, 1862-1932: Horatio Gilbert Parker, author, journalist, and politician, was born in Canada West. He was educated at Trinity University, Toronto and was ordained a deacon of the Church of England, 1882. After a brief career in journalism in Australia, Parker settled in England in 1889 where he became a member of Parliament representing Gravesend, 1900-1918, and was a leading figure in the Unionist party. In 1916, he became a member of the Privy Council. He was knighted in 1902. He was the author of numerous novels and stories, mostly romances with Canadian settings, and poems, many of which were set to music by such composers as Sir Edward Elgar. His novels include Pierre and His People (1892) and Seats of the Mighty (1896). See: Encyclopedia Canadiana, vol. 8, p. 107.
    Finding aid:
    (No finding aid)

    Additional information:
    General Note:
    Received in 1971.
    Subject heading:
    Source:
    Private
    Other system control no.:
    MAINS21526
    Former archival reference no.:
    MG30-D128
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