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Picken, Martin (fl.1930s-1950s)
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Letter 1939

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning the illness and depression of Vivien.

Letter 1940

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his work in three schools and recitals.

Letter 1940

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning the effect of the war on music and discusses his mother and Doveton's plans.

Letter 1941

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken discussing his new job as a wireless operator with the RAF.

Letter 1942

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning a new work for the organ (a Rhapsody in E Flat) and Doveton.

Letter 1942

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning Doveton and the Blitz, and Vivien's engagement.

Letter 1942

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning the Beecham escapade and the war.

Letter 1943

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning his life as a wireless operator and the few occasions he plays the organ.

Letter 1943

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning Picken's father's death and his occasional attempts to write music.

Letter 1944

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning other letters he has received and the choir.

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