Past, Present, Man, Nature: celebrating Jacquetta Hawkes. Credits.

Past, Present, Man, Nature: celebrating Jacquetta Hawkes.

An online exhibit by Alison Cullingford, Special Collections Librarian, University of Bradford.

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Acknowledgments

We are indebted to Nicolas Hawkes for donating the Jacquetta Hawkes Archive to the University of Bradford, and for his continued support for our work, and to Dr Christine Finn, Writer-Fellow in the J.B. Priestley Library and Jacquetta’s biographer, for her role in bringing the Archive to us and in promoting Jacquetta world-wide.

Bibliography

Finn, Christine.  A life online: Jacquetta Hawkes, archaeo-poet.  http://humanitieslab.stanford.edu/53/Home

Cullingford, Alison. Blog. https://jacquettahawkes.wordpress.com.  Centenary news, Dr Finn’s activities, and more detail about particular interesting aspects of the Hawkes Archive.

Finn, Christine.  Jacquetta Hawkes.  Entry in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (subscription required).

Collins, Diana.  Time and the Priestleys.  Sutton, 1994.  Celebration of the Collins’ friendship with the Priestleys from CND days onwards, including details of Jacquetta’s girlhood and early life.

Picture credits

Photographs by unknown photographers unless stated.

HAW 18/1/3. As child on motorbike with bear.

HAW 1/2. Page showing a finch, “Natural history notes”.  1927.

HAW 18/3/4. Wearing high-crowned hat with floral design.  Circa 1930.

HAW 19/2. Box from New Mexico containing arrowhead.  Photograph John Brooker for University of Bradford.

HAW 18/3/15.  Pot with incised decoration on book, on shelf.

HAW 16/3. Official pass and identity card.

HAW 5/4. “Man in time”. File of typescript poems.

HAW 10/13.  “Festival of Britain papers”.  Costume sketches.

HAW 18/5/1. With Laurie Lee. Marked on back, “After the cocktail party, two poets in the dark”.

HAW 18/5/52. With JBP, Brook [Hill?], 1958.

HAW 5/7. Flight bulletin, to Lisbon 1949, found in folder of poems.

PRI 21/12/58. With JBP at café table, probably in Greece.

HAW 18/4/4. Stonehenge.  Among photographs for use in The Beginning of history (Crown Film Unit, 1946).

HAW 16/17.  Menu for 70th birthday “Anodyne Dinner” at the Savile Club, 5 August 1980.

PRI 21/14/23. William, Peter Wykeham, Sadie, Jacquetta and Joel at dinner.

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