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Picken, Martin (fl.1930s-1950s)
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Letters undated

Hand and type-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning compositions, depression, and his mother's illness. No clear dates.

Letters 1990s

Hand and type-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning breakdowns, trips to Cornwall, and church events.

Letter from John Turner

Type-written letter from John Turner to Martin Picken concerning the publication of a volume of Douglas Steele music.

Turner, John (?1940s-present), recorderist, solicitor

Letter from John Turner

Type-written letter from John Turner to Martin Picken concerning an album of Douglas Steele songs.

Turner, John (?1940s-present), recorderist, solicitor

Letters 1980s

Hand and type-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning breakdowns, trips to Cornwall, and church events.

Letters 1980-1981

Hand and type-written correspondence from Douglas and Doveton Steele to Martin Picken concerning Douglas's broken ankle, compositions, and breakdowns.

Letters 1970-1971

Hand and type-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning recordings of his organ music, coping with depression, and trips to Cornwall.

Letters 1960s

Hand and type-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken, concerning holidays in Cornwall, church and university events, and references to his continuing breakdowns.

Letter 1956

Hand-written correspondence from Douglas Steele to Martin Picken concerning a General Inspection of the Grammar School Music.

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