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JG/B/000001
Book - 'Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure', an autobiography by Joyce Grenfell. Paperback, published by Futura Publications Limited, London, 1977.
Printed Material 1977


JG/B/000002
Book - 'George - Don't Do That..Six Nursery School Sketches and Writer of Children's Books', by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Published by Macmillan, 1977 (hard back with blue cover).
The original idea for the sketches came from 'How to talk to Children' JG/PS/000011. See also JG/PS/000178 - 186
Printed Material 1977


JG/B/000003
Book - 'George - Don't Do That..Six Nursery School Sketches and Writer of Children's Books', by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Published by Futura Publications Ltd, 1977 (paperback)
The original idea for the sketches came from 'How to Talk to Children' JG/PS/000011, see also JG/PS/000178 - 186
Printed Material 1977


JG/B/000004
Book - 'George - Don't Do That..Six Nursery School Sketches and Writer of Children's Books', by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Published by Macmillan, 1977. Signed - with much love from John Ward.
a special copy in which John Ward has coloured in watercolour his sketches and some additional pictures
Printed Material 1977


JG/B/000005
Book - 'Stately as a Galleon and other Songs and Sketches' by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Published by Macmillan, 1978 (hard back green cover)
Inc. 'Im Going to See You Today', 'Stately as a Galleon', 'Ethel', 'Thought for Today', 'Oh, Mr Du Maurier!', 'Mothers', 'Useful & Acceptable Gifts', 'Picture Postcard', 'Dear Francois'.
Printed Material 1978


JG/B/000006
Book - 'Stately as a Galleon and Other Songs and Sketches' by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Published by Futura Publications Limited, 1978 (paper back). Photograph of Joyce Grenfell on the cover
Inc. 'Im Going to See You Today', 'Stately as a Galleon', 'Ethel', 'Thought for Today', 'Oh, Mr Du Maurier!', 'Mothers', 'Useful & Acceptable Gifts', 'Picture Postcard', 'Dear Francois'.
Printed Material 1978


JG/B/000007
Book - 'Stately as a Galleon and Other Songs and Sketches' by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Chivers Press, 1986. Large print (hard back volume). Photograph of Joyce Grenfell on the front cover
Inc. 'Im Going to See You Today', 'Stately as a Galleon', 'Ethel', 'Thought for Today', 'Oh, Mr Du Maurier!', 'Mothers', 'Useful & Acceptable Gifts', 'Picture Postcard', 'Dear Francois'.
Printed Material 1986


JG/B/000008
Book - 'Stately as a Galleon and Other Songs and Sketches' by Joyce Grenfell, illustrated by John Ward. Published by Macmillan, 1978. Signed with love and good wishes from your illustrator John Ward and publisher Richard Garnett
a special copy in which John Ward has coloured in watercolour his sketches and some additional pictures
Printed Material 1978


JG/B/000009
Books - 'Joyce by Herself and her Friends', edited by Reggie Grenfell and Richard Garnett. Publishers Macdonald Futura Publishers Ltd, 1980. (paper back) With photograph of Joyce Grenfell on the front cover
Printed Material 1980


JG/B/000010
Books - 'Joyce Grenfell by Herself and her Friends', edited by Reggie Grenfell and Richard Garnett Published by Macmillan, 1980 (hard back). Photograph of Joyce Grenfell on the cover
Printed Material 1980


JG/B/000011
Book - 'Joyce Grenfell by Herself and Her Friends', edited by Reggie Grenfell and Richard Garnett. Published by Clio Press, 1990 (hard book, large print edition). Photograph of Joyce Grenfell on the front
Printed Material 1990


JG/B/000012
Book - 'Joyce Grenfell and Katharine Moore - An Invisible Friendship', an exchange of letters 1957 - 1979. Published by Futura Macdonald and Co, 1982 (paper back)
Printed Material 1982


JG/B/000013
Books - 'Turn Back the Clock: Her Best Monologues and Songs', published by Futura MacDonald and Co publishers, 1984 (paper back)
Inc. Revue Pieces, Solo Programmes & Nursery School Sketches.
Printed Material 1984


JG/B/000014
Books - 'Darling Ma - Joyce Grenfell Letters to her Mother 1932 - 1944', edited and introduced by James Roose-Evans. Publishers Hodder and Stoughton, 1988 (6 hard back copies, one paperback)
Printed Material 1988


JG/B/000015
Books - 'Joyce Grenfell The Time of my Life, Entertaining the Troops - Her Wartime Journals', edited and introduced by James Roose-Evans. Published by Coronet Books, 1990 (paperback)
Printed Material 1990


JG/B/000016
Book - 'The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship or The Art of Winning Games Without Actually Cheating', by Stephen Potter, illustrated by Lt-Col F Wilson. Published by Rupert Hart-Davis, 1947. Signed'To my glorious collab. With love Stephen October 1947',
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000017
Book - 'Some Notes on Lifemanship' by Stephen Potter, illustrated by Lt-Col. Frank Wilson. Published by Rupert Hart-Davis, 1950. Signed - To Joyce, This book is inscribed with love from Stephen, October 1950
Printed Material 1950


JG/B/000018
Book - 'One-Upmanship' by Stephen Potter, illustrated by Lt-Col. Frank Wilson. Published by Rupert Hart-Davis, 1952. Signed - To Joyce from Stephen, with love, September 1952
Printed Material 1952


JG/B/000019
Book - 'Supermanship or, How to Continue to Stay Top without Actually Falling Apart', by Stephen Potter, illustrated by Lt-Col Frank Wilson. Published by Random House, 1958. Signed - To Joyce, Supercollab, with love from Stephen, December 1958
includes a card from Stephen Potter with a Christmas greeting to Joyce
Printed Material 1958


JG/B/000020
Book - 'Safety Pins' by Christopher Morley (with an introduction by H M Tomlinson), from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928.
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000021
Book - 'Christina Alberta's Father' by H G Wells, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928.
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000022
Book - 'Porgy' by Du Bose Heyward, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928.
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000023
Book - 'The Casuarina Tree: Six Stories' by W S Maugham, from The Traveller's Library. Published by William Heinemann, London, 1928. Written on the inside cover in pencil is Joyce and Reggie Grenfell, 1929
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000024
Book - 'The House with Green Shutters', by George Douglas (with an introduction by J B Priestley), from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1929
Printed Material 1929


JG/B/000025
Book - 'The Country of the Pointed Firs' by Sarah Orne Jewett (with a preface by Willa Carter), from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1927.
Printed Material 1927


JG/B/000026
Book - 'In Morocco' by Edith Wharton, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1927
Printed Material 1927


JG/B/000027
Book - 'The Bazaar and Other Stories' by Martin Armstrong, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000028
Book - 'The End of a Chapter' by Shane Leslie, from The Traveller's Library. Published by William Heinemann, London, 1929
Printed Material 1929


JG/B/000029
Book - 'Babbitt' by Sinclair Lewis (with an introduction by Hugh Walpole), from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1929
Printed Material 1929


JG/B/000030
Book - 'Earlham' by Percy Lubbock, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London,1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000031
Book - 'The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp' by W H Davies (with a preface by G Bernard Shaw), from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000032
Book - 'Aspects of Science' by J W N Sullivan, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1927
Printed Material 1927


JG/B/000033
Book - 'Selected Essays' (second series) by Sir Edmund Gosse, from The Traveller's Library. Published by William Heinemann, London, 1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000034
Book - 'On A Chinese Screen' by W Somerset Maugham, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000035
Book - 'The Moon and Sixpence' by W S Maugham, from The Traveller's Library. Published by William Heinemann, London, 1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000036
Book - 'Black Laughter' by Llewelyn Powys, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1929
Printed Material 1929


JG/B/000037
Book - 'The Dream - A Novel' by H G Wells, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1928
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000038
Book - 'The Beadle' by Pauline Smith, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1929
Printed Material 1929


JG/B/000039
Book - 'Roman Pictures' by Percy Lubbock, from The Traveller's Library. Published by Jonathan Cape, London, 1926
Printed Material 1926


JG/B/000040
Book - 'A Home Forum Reader: a Timeless Collection of Essays and Poems from the Home Forum Page of The Christian Science Monitor', compiled and edited by Frederic Hunter. Published by The Christian Science Monitor, 1989
includes an essay by Joyce Grenfell, entitled 'Ambling.' This is one version of text for 'Ambling' see also JG/PS/000571.
Printed Material 1989


JG/B/000041
Book - Praise in all our Days - Common Prayer at Taize, published by Mowbray, London
Printed Material 1981


JG/B/000042
Book - An Introduction to the Bible by Stanley Cook, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1950


JG/B/000043
Book - The Search for God, by Marchette Chute, published by E P Dutton and Co Inc, New York
Printed Material 1941


JG/B/000044
Book - Jesus of Israel by Marchette Chute, published by E P Dutton and Co Inc, New York
Printed Material 1961


JG/B/000045
Book - Looking for History in British Churches by M D Anderson, published by John Murray, London, inscription - for Joyce with love and gratitude and as a reminder of Maisie: Trechard (?), Christmas 1974
also inscribed - This is a somewhat worn (proof) copy of a book, now out of print; much of the material was incorporated in Maisie's last book on Ecclesiology: History and Imagery in British Churches, publ 1971
Printed Material 1951


JG/B/000046
Book - Letters to Young Churches, a translation of the New Testament Epistles by J B Phipps (cousin of Joyce Grenfell), with an introduction by C S Lewis, published by Geoffrey Bles, London,
signed - Joyce Grenfell in gratitude for helping a (?) but gallant (?) which I greatly love, J B Phipps, 30 Nov 1953
Printed Material 1952


JG/B/000047
Book - At the Consecration of the Cathedral Church of Saint Michael Coventry, printed by Cambridge University Press
Printed Material 25/05/1962


JG/B/000048
Book - The End of the Search by Marchette Chute, published by The North River Press, New York, in the book is a page of notes by Joyce Grenfell from the book The Search of God by Marchette Chute
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000049
Book - the End of the Search by Marchette Chute, publishers E P Dutton and Co Inc, New York
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000050
Book - Oxford Book of Death, chosen and edited by D J Enright, published by Oxford University Press
Printed Material 1983


JG/B/000051
Book - She for God - Aspects of Women and Christianity by Katharine Moore, published by Allison and Busby, London
Printed Material 1978


JG/B/000053
Book - God of a Hundred Names - Prayers of many peoples and creeds, collected and arranged by Barbara Greene and Victor Gollancz, published by Victor Gollancz Ltd
Printed Material 1962


JG/B/000054
Books - Reflections on Life After Life, by Raymond A Moody, published by Bantam Books, USA,
Printed Material 1977


JG/B/000055
Book - A Lectionary of Christian Prose - from the 2nd to the 20th Century, compiled by The Rev A C Bouquet, published by Peter Smith, Derby
Printed Material 1965


JG/B/000056
Book - The New English Bible Companion to the New Testament by A E Harvey, Oxford University Press
Printed Material 1972


JG/B/000057
Book - People are People, by Rita F Snowden, published by Epworth Press
Printed Material 1971


JG/B/000058
Book - The Learned Man by Gustavus S Paine, published by Thomas Y Crowell Co, New York, includes part of a Christmas card
Printed Material 1959


JG/B/000059
Book - Cruden's Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testaments, by Alexander cruden, published by Lutterworth Press, London, note inside front page Joyce Grenfell for class Aug 14 - 25 1961
Printed Material 1959


JG/B/000060
Book - Descent from Ararat, by Christopher Burney, published by Macmillan and Co, London
Printed Material 1962


JG/B/000061
Book - The New English Bible, published by Oxford University Press
Printed Material 1970


JG/B/000062
Book - The New English Bible New Testament, published by Oxford University Press, note inside the front page Joyce Grenfell for my birthday 1961 from D
Printed Material 1961


JG/B/000063
Book - The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, published by Oxford University Press, on the inside cover it says - Joyce Phipps, from Mummy and Daddy, 17.xi.19., also includes various notes made by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Printed Material c 1919


JG/B/000064
Book - A New Translation of the Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, by James Moffatt, published by Hodder and Stoughton, London, bound with the words To Joyce from Aunt Nancy (Lady Astor) Feb.9.1930
Printed Material 1928


JG/B/000065
Book - The Holy Bible - The revised version, published by Oxford University Press, inside the front cover it reads Viola Tunnard, Runton Hill, Lector, 1932
Printed Material 1930


JG/B/000066
Book - The Second Penguin Book of Christmas Carols, edited by Elizabeth Poston, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1970


JG/B/000067
Book - Curlew River - a parable for Church Performance by William Plomer, set to music by Benjamin Britten, Faber and Faber, London
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000068
Book - The Prodigal Son - Third Parable for Church Performance by William Plomer, set to music by Benjamin Britten, published by Faber and Faber, London
Printed Material 1968


JG/B/000069
Book - The Apocrypha - translated out of the Greek and Latin Tongues, published by Oxford University Press
Printed Material 1953


JG/B/000070
Book - The Book of Common Prayer, printed by Cambridge University Press, on the inside cover are the words - Joyce Irene Grenfell on her Wedding Day, Dec 12 1929 at St Margaret's Westminster from Arthur Bradford
Printed Material c 1929


JG/B/000071
Book - Manual of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston, Massachusetts by Mary Baker Eddy, also enclosed is a piece of papers about The Tenets of Christian Science
Printed Material 1934


JG/B/000072
Book - Unity of Good by Mary Baker Eddy, inside is written Evelyn 15th May 1924
Printed Material 1919


JG/B/000073
Book - The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, published by Cambridge University Press
Printed Material


JG/B/000074
Book - Down to Earth and Up to Heaven - Prayers for the Youthful, compiled by Sid G Hedges, published by NSSU, Surrey
Printed Material


JG/B/000075
Books - A Christmas Cracker - being a Commonplace selection, by John Julian Norwich, published by Hambledon Press, Cambridgeshire, five volumes, written on the front of each is Dear/Darling Joyce, with Christmas love/Happy Christmas, John Julian
Printed Material 1975 - 1979


JG/B/000076
Book - Who's Who in the Theatre - a biographical record of the contemporary stage, originally compiled by John Parker, 15th ed., Pitman Publishing
Printed Material 1972


JG/B/000077
Book - Daniel Blum's Theatre World, season 1955 - 1956, published by Greenberg, New York, includes photographs and information about the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure at the Bijou Theatre, New York
Printed Material 1955 - 1956


JG/B/000078
Book - The Art of Ruth Draper - her dramas and characters, (with a memoir by Morton Dauwen Zabel), published by Oxford University Press
Printed Material 1960


JG/B/000079
Book - John Gielgud - an actor's biography in pictures, compiled and described by Hallam Fordham, with personal narrative by John Gielgud, published by John Lehmann, London
Printed Material 1952


JG/B/000080
Book - A Song for Ireland by Mary O'Hara, published by Michael Joseph, London
Mary O'Hara is mentioned in Joyce Grenfell's book In Pleasant Places, chapter 5
Printed Material 1982


JG/B/000081
Book - Always and Virginian by Alice Winn (cousin of Joyce Grenfell), book about the Langhorne family, also enclosed is a leaflet about The Kennet and Avon Canal Trust Ltd
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000082
Book - From Hollywood with Love - Bessie Love, published by Elm Tree Books, London
Printed Material 1977


JG/B/000083
Book - My Commonplace Book by Mary Stocks, published by Peter Davies, London
Printed Material 1970


JG/B/000084
Book - Mary Baker Eddy - a life size portrait, by Lyman P Powell, published by Nisbet and Co Ltd, London
Printed Material 1930


JG/B/000085
Book - James Agate - an anthology, edited by Herbert Van Thal (with an introduction by Alan Dent), published by Rupert Hart-Davis, London
Printed Material 1961


JG/B/000086
Book - Red Letter Nights - a survey of Post-Elizabethan Drama in Actual Performance on the London Stage 1921 - 1943, by James Agate, published by Jonathan Cape, London, inside the front page is written For Joyce From Dick, Oxford 1944
Printed Material 1944


JG/B/000087
Book - Ego 7 - even more of the autobiography of James Agate, published by George G Harrap and Co Ltd, London
Printed Material 1945


JG/B/000088
Book - Ego 8 - continuing the autobiography of James Agate, published by George G Harrap and Co Ltd, London, includes a card
Printed Material 1946


JG/B/000089
Book - A Shorter Ego, volume 3, The Autobiography of James Agate, published by George G Harrap and Co Ltd, London
Printed Material 1949


JG/B/000090
Book - In Character - John Mortimer, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1983


JG/B/000091
Book - Mozart's Letters, edited and introduced by Eric Blom, published Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1956


JG/B/000092
Book - Theatrical Figures in Porcelain, German 18th Century (with an introduction by William King), published by The Curtain Press, London
Printed Material 1949


JG/B/000093
Periodical - The Masque - Designs for the Theatre by Rex Whistler (part 1),an appreciation by Cecil Beaton, foreword by Laurence Whistler, published by The Curtain Press, London
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000094
Periodical - The Masque - Designs for the Theatre by Rex Whistler (part 3), with an introduction by Laurence Whistler, published by The Curtain Press, London
Printed Material 1948


JG/B/000095
Periodical - The Masque - Oscar Wilde and the Theatre by James Agate, published by The Curtain Press, London
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000096
Book - The Penguin Osbert Lancaster, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000097
Book - Lady Littlehampton and friends, by Osbert Lancaster, published by Gryphon Books, London
Printed Material 1952


JG/B/000098
Book - The British Carry On - a collection of wartime drawings by Pont, published by Collins, London, written on the inside page 'Joyce Grenfell (from Daddy) Christmas 1940'
Printed Material 1940


JG/B/000099
Book - Meaningful Confrontations - New Pocket Cartoons by Osbert Lancaster, published by John Murray, London
Printed Material 1971


JG/B/000100
Book - Insubstantial Pageant by George Molnar, published by Angus & Robertson, on the first page is written 'To Joyce, who can do these things so much better with admiration and love, George'
Printed Material 1959


JG/B/000101
Book - Home Rails Preferred, by Rowland Emett, publishers Faber and Faber, London, on the first page is written 'To Joyce Grenfell, with best wishes from Rowland Emett, December 1947'
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000102
Book - and the Gatepost, by Fongassen, published by Chatto and Windus, written inside the front page 'A Happy Christmas to Joyce from Mollie and Kenneth'
Printed Material


JG/B/000103
Book - Low Life and High Life an entertainment by Anton of Punch, with a preface by Joyce Grenfell, published by The Harvell Press, London, written on the inside of the front page is 'with best wishes and many thanks from Anton (1 & 2) sorry!'
Printed Material


JG/B/000104
Book - The British at Home by Pont, with an appreciation by T H White, publishers Collins, London, written on the inside cover 'Joyce Grenfell Christmas 1940'
Printed Material 1939


JG/B/000105
Book - You'll Flip, Charlie Brown - A new Peanuts book, by Charles M Schulz, published by Holt, New York, written on the inside cover 'a brand new peanuts! (?), with love'
Printed Material 1967


JG/B/000106
Book - The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English, edited by H W Fowler and F G Fowler, 4th edition, published by Clarendon Press, Oxford
written inside 'Miss Joyce Grenfell, A small token of our appreciation of 'Seven Good Reasons' with gratitude and good wishes of the Family Service Unite, David J(?), secretary, November 1960'
Printed Material 1959


JG/B/000107
Book - A Dictionary of Modern English Usage by H W Fowler, 2nd edition, published by Clarendon Press, Oxford
Printed Material 1965


JG/B/000108
Book - Chamber's Twentieth Century Dictionary, compiled by Rev Thomas Davidson, published by W & R Chambers Ltd, London
Printed Material 1949


JG/B/000109
Book - Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases, by Peter Mark Roget, published by Longman's Green and Co, London, written inside 'with love from V.G. to J.G. (long may they wield the pen!)'
Printed Material 1936


JG/B/000110
Book - The Rhyming Dictionary of The English Language, by J Walker, published by George Routledge and Sons Ltd, London, written inside 'Joyce Grenfell from Daddy, Christmas 1941'
Printed Material c 1941


JG/B/000111
Book - Using Words - Verbal Communication in Industry by John Casson, published by Gerald Duckworth and Co Ltd, London
Printed Material 1968


JG/B/000112
Book - Sound Dictionary - an aid to Spelling from sounds within the word, by Joy Crawshaw, published by Taskmaster Ltd, written inside 'To Helen Sykes, with love and best wishes Joy Crawshaw 5th August '82'
Printed Material 1980


JG/B/000113
Book - The Phoenix and the Carpet by E Nesbit, published by Ernest Benn Ltd, London, written inside 'Dear Joyce This I did not give you love Noel' from Noel Coward
Printed Material 1941


JG/B/000114
Book - The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett (illustrated), published by William Heinemann Ltd, London
Printed Material 1949


JG/B/000115
Book - Five Children And It by E Nesbit, published by T Fisher Unwin Ltd, London, written inside 'For Joyce with love Noel 1920 - 1963 - not bad', from Noel Coward
Printed Material 1921


JG/B/000116
Book - Doris Peel - Selected Poems 1955 - 1975, published by The Stephen Daye Press , USA, written inside 'In a special way for all sorts of abiding reasons: Joyce, most dear, with my love Doris'
Printed Material 1975


JG/B/000117
Book - Elliott Coleman - Broken Death, published by Linden Press, USA, written inside 'To Joyce from Elliott Autumn 1964'
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000118
Book - Elliott Coleman - The Tangerine Birds, published by Harbor House, USA, written inside 'To Joyce from Elliott Autumn 1973'
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000119
Book - Elliott Coleman - One Hundred Poems, published by The Tinker Press, USA, written inside 'To Joyce from Elliott June 1972'
Printed Material 1972


JG/B/000120
Book - Elliott Coleman - Rose Demonics 1936 - 1966, chosen by Stephen Wiest, published by The Linden Press, USA, written inside 'To Reginald and Joyce from Elliott Christmas 1967'
Printed Material 1967


JG/B/000121
Book - The Poems of Elliott Coleman, published by E P Dutton and Co Ltd, USA
Printed Material 1936


JG/B/000122
Book - Rhymes About Us by Marchette Chute, (illustrations by the author), published by E P Dutton and Co Inc, New York, written inside 'For Joyce with my special love Marchette'
Printed Material 1974


JG/B/000123
Book - Chaos of the Night - Women's Poetry and Verse of the Second World War, edited and introduced by Catherine W Reilly, published by Virago Press, London, includes a poem by Joyce Grenfell, titled 'March Day, 1941'
Printed Material 1984


JG/B/000124
Book - Invade my Privacy by Fran Landesman, published by Jonathan Cape, London, written inside 'For Joyce Grenfell I found you on the BBC/You chased my blues away/And so incurred this pleasant debt/These verses may repay, yours Fran Laudesman'
Printed Material 1978


JG/B/000125
Book - The Songs of A Sentimental Bloke by C J Dennis, published by Angus and Robertson, London, inside is a gift tag, which says 'from Viola S(?)'
Printed Material 1915


JG/B/000126
Book - All Trivia by Logan Pearsall Smith, published by Constable and Co Ltd, London, written inside 'Joyce Grenfell from Rachel Magneson 1942'
Printed Material 1942


JG/B/000127
Book - The Poems of Lascelles Abercrombie, published by Oxford University Press, signed by the author
Printed Material 1930


JG/B/000128
Book - The Golden Treasury - the best songs and lyrical poems in the English Language, selected and arranged by Francis Turner Palgrave, published by Collins, London,
written inside 'For Joyce Grenfell, with every best wish and sincere admiration, Jennifer Walter, Perth, Western Australia, July 1966'
Printed Material 1965


JG/B/000129
Book - Marianne Moore - Poemes, published by Pierre Seghers, Paris, (in French)
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000130
Book - A Book of Comfort by Elizabeth Goudge, published by Collins, London, on a card inside is written 'Dear Joyce - I couldn't resist this little cloaked figure as a mark for T(?) Writers - Sorry to have delayed in getting to you (who has been so often
continued from above: 'a comfort to us) - the Book of Comfort - A(?)
Printed Material 1971


JG/B/000131
Book - The Penguin Book of Australian Verse, selected and edited by John Thompson, Kenneth Slessor and R G Howarth, published by Penguin Books
Printed Material 1958


JG/B/000132
Book - Penguin Modern Poets 3 - George Baker, Martin Bell, Charles Causley, published by Penguin Books, written inside 'Joyce, love Jennifer(?) 1972'
Printed Material 1962


JG/B/000133
Book - Pegasus Descending - A Book of the Best Bad Verse, edited with notes and an introductory dialogue by James Camp, X J Kennedy and Keith Waldrop, published by macmillan, London
Printed Material 1971


JG/B/000134
Book - Dylan Thomas - Miscellany 2, including A Visit to Grandpa's, published by J M Dent and Sons Ltd, London
Printed Material 1966


JG/B/000135
Book - No Mean Heritage, compiled by S N Ritchie, published by Robertson & Mullens Ltd, Australia, written inside 'To Joyce and Reggie with love from us both Sylvia and Bob, Christmas 1963'
Printed Material 1946


JG/B/000136
Book - A Sense of Grace by Pamela J Hodgson, Outposts Publications, Surrey, written inside 'To dear J.G. with much love, Pam 3.12.70'
Printed Material 1970


JG/B/000137
Book - The Divine Atom, by Eleanor G Wills, printed by C W Mole and Sons Ltd, Watford
Printed Material 1948


JG/B/000138
Book - Elliott Coleman - Mockingbirds at Fort MC Henry, published by Atlantis Editions, USA, written inside 'To Joyce from Elliott 25 November 63 Baltimore'
Printed Material 1963


JG/B/000139
Book - Selected Poems by John Masefield, published by William Heinemann Ltd, London, written inside 'Nora from Ned, Lincs(?), 1922'
Printed Material 1922


JG/B/000140
Book - Casanova's Chinese Restaurant, by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1960


JG/B/000141
Book - The Soldier's Art, by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1966


JG/B/000142
Book - The Acceptance World, by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana, London
Printed Material 1955


JG/B/000143
Book - A Buyer's Market, by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1952


JG/B/000144
Book - A Question of Upbringing by Anthony Powell, Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1951


JG/B/000145
Book - Temporary Kings, by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000146
Book - The Valley of Bones by Anthony Powell, Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000147
Book - From a View to a Death by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1968


JG/B/000148
Book - Books Do Furnish a Room by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1971


JG/B/000149
Book - The Military Philosophers by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1968


JG/B/000150
Book - At Lady Molly's by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1957


JG/B/000151
Book - The Kindly Ones by Anthony Powell, published by Fontana Books, London
Printed Material 1962


JG/B/000152
Book - Hearing Secret Harmonies by Anthony Powell, published by Heinemann, London
Printed Material 1975


JG/B/000153
Book - Aunts Aren't Gentlemen, by P G Wodehouse, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1974


JG/B/000154
Book - Full Moon, P G Wodehouse, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000155
Book - Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit by P G Wodehouse, published by Arena Books, London
Printed Material 1987


JG/B/000156
Book - A Prospect of the Sea and other stories and prose writings by Dylan Thomas, edited by Daniel Jones, published by J M Dent & Sons Ltd, London
Printed Material 1960


JG/B/000157
Book - A Well Full of Leaves - A Story of Happiness, by Elizabeth Myers, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000158
Book - The Middle Voice by Constance Carrier, published by Alan Swallow, USA, written inside 'for Joyce Grenfell by way of Doris Peel and Walter de la Mare - Constance Carrier'
Printed Material 1955


JG/B/000159
Book - Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1966


JG/B/000160
Book - I and Thou by Martin Buber, published by T & T Clark, Edinburgh
Printed Material 1958


JG/B/000161
Book - Modern American Humour, an anthology by Michael Barsley, published by The Pilot Press, London
Printed Material 1943


JG/B/000162
Book - Essay in Rhyme, on Morals and Manners, by Jane Taylor, printed by T Miller
Printed Material 1816


JG/B/000163
Book - One Touch of Nature and other stories by B J Chute, published by E P Dutton and Co Inc, New York, written inside 'For Joyce, with special love, from Joy'
Printed Material 1965


JG/B/000164
Book - Seeing Things, by John Mason Brown, published by Hamish Hamilton Ltd, London
Printed Material 1940s


JG/B/000165
Book - Greenwillow by B J Chute, drawings by Erik Blegvad, published by EP Dutton and Co Ltd, New York, written inside 'For Joyce Grenfell, from a most warm admirer, Joy Chute, 21 April 1958'
Printed Material 1956


JG/B/000166
Book - The Story of a Small Life by B J Chute, published by E P Dutton and Co Ltd, New York
Printed Material 1971


JG/B/000167
Book - After Such Pleasures by Dorothy Parker, published by The Viking Press, New York
Printed Material 1933


JG/B/000168
Book - All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot, published by Michael Joseph, London, written inside ' To Joyce Grenfell with best wishes James Herriot'
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000169
Book - Garbo and the Night Watchmen - A selection from the writings of British and American Film Critics, assembled and edited by Alistair Cooke, published by Jonathan Cape, London
Printed Material 1937


JG/B/000170
Book - That Quail, Robert by Margaret A Stanger, with drawings by Cathy Baldwin, published by J B Lippincott Co, New York
Printed Material 1966


JG/B/000171
Book - The Dog Who Wouldn't Be, by Farley Mowat, illustrated by Paul Galdone, published by Little, Brown and Co, Boston
Printed Material 1957


JG/B/000172
Book - Postscripts by J B Priestley, published by William Heinemann Ltd, London
Printed Material 1940


JG/B/000173
Book - The first English printer William Caxton, privately printed
Printed Material 1976


JG/B/000174
Book - Prospero's Magic - Some Thoughts on Class and Race, by Philip Mason, published by Oxford University Press
Printed Material 1962


JG/B/000175
Book - The Spirit of Tolerance, edited and arranged by Katharine Moore, published by Victor Gollancz Ltd, London, written inside 'JG from KM'
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000176
Book - The Pursuit of Music by Walford Davies, published by Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd, London, written inside 'with love to Joyce Grenfell from M(?) and Walford Davies Xmas, 1937'
Printed Material 1936


JG/B/000177
Book - Only Connect - on Culture and Communication, the BBC Reith Lectures 1971, by Richard Hoggart, published by Chatto and Windus, London
Printed Material 1972


JG/B/000178
Book - Early Melbourne Architecture 1840 to 1888, compiled and edited by Maie Casey, published by Oxford University Press, Melbourne, written inside 'Joyce Grenfell love from Maie Casey, Melbourne 3.9.63'
Printed Material 1954


JG/B/000179
Book - Women Who Shaped History by Henrietta Buckmasterm published by Collier Books, New York
Printed Material 1966


JG/B/000180
Book - Early Medieval by George Henderson, published by Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1972


JG/B/000181
Book - Delos Island - A Tourist Guide Book, printed by D Bouloukos
Printed Material 1972


JG/B/000182
Book - The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street, by Helene Hanff, published by J B Lippincott Company, New York
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000183
Book - The Fields of Noon by Sheila Burnford, illustrated by Cecile Curtis, published by McClelland and Stewart, Toronto
Printed Material 1964


JG/B/000184
Book - Cordial Relations - The Maiden Aunt in Fact and Fiction, by Katharine Moore, published by Heinemann, London
Printed Material 1966


JG/B/000185
Book - The Blue Cup and other stories, by B J Chute, published by E P Dutton and Co Inc, New York
Printed Material 1957


JG/B/000186
Book - The Poetic Image, by C Day Lewis, The Clark Lectures given at Cambridge in 1946, published by Jonathan Cape, London
Printed Material 1949


JG/B/000187
Book - Moscow Christmas - A Diary, by Peter Pears (?)
Printed Material 1966 (?)


JG/B/000188
Book - What Bird is That? - A Guide to the Birds of Australia, by Neville W Cayley, illustrated by the author, published by Angus and Robertson
Printed Material 1958


JG/B/000189
Book - Bird Wonders of Australia by Alec H Chisholm, published by Angus and Robertson, Sydney, written inside 'For Joyce Grenfell - on a Notable occasion - and with (?) greetings from the author, Alec H Chisholm - at National Park, NSW, 12-8-1959'
also signed by Elaine (?)
Printed Material 1956


JG/B/000190
Book - The Pocket Guide to Nests and Eggs by R S R Fitter, illustrated by R A Richardson, published by Collins, London
Printed Material 1961


JG/B/000191
Book - The Romance of the Lyrebird, by Alec H Chisholm, published by Angus and Robertson, written inside 'with the (?) of the Lyrebird - endorsed by the author of this gossip, Alec H Chisholm, Sydney, Feb 1961'
Printed Material 1960


JG/B/000192
Book - The Pocket Guide to British Birds, by R S R Fitter, illustrated by R A Richardson, published by Collins, London
Printed Material 1952


JG/B/000193
Book - How Does Your Garden Grow? By Mary, published by Providence, USA
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000194
Book - Herbs of Greece, by Alta Dodds Niebuhr, printer J Makris, Greece
Printed Material 1970


JG/B/000195
Book - Wild Flowers of Greece, by Athens Society of the Friends of the Trees
Printed Material 1965


JG/B/000196
Book - Wild Flowers of the Chalk, by John Gilmour, colour plates by Irene Hawkins, published by The King Penguin Books, London
Printed Material 1947


JG/B/000197
Book - Watsons Bay Sketchbook, drawings by Cedric Emanuel, text by Valmai Phillips, published by Rigby, written inside 'with best wishes for a happy trip over the edge and down under from Valmai Phillips'
Printed Material 1973


JG/B/000198
Book - Hands - from pictures in the National Gallery, London
Printed Material 1946


JG/B/000199
Book - The Elements of Drawing by John Ruskin, published by George Routledge & Sons Ltd, New York
Printed Material


JG/B/000200
Book - Painting as a Pastime, by Winston S Churchill, published by Penguin Books
Printed Material 1932


JG/B/000201
Book - Australian Wild Flowers, a hand made book by Elaine and Effie (?) for Christmas 1963, includes a note to Joyce Grenfell about the book
Written Document 1963


JG/C/000001
Correspondence - manuscript letter, fan mail to Joyce Grenfell from "a sapper on leave", congratulating Joyce Grenfell and Edith Evans performances at the theatre, possibly in the revue Diversion at the Wyndham Theatre
Written Document 27/11/1940


JG/C/000002
Correspondence - manuscript air mail letter, fan mail from Norman Rodgers (serving in the army) to Joyce Grenfell, expressing his thoughts about hearing Joyce Grenfell sing on the Intermission programme on BBC radio
Written Document 17/03/1943


JG/C/000003
Correspondence - typescript letter, fan mail letter from Cpl Derek S Codner (RAF) to Joyce Grenfell, congratulating her on her singing voice on the radio programme Turn back the Clock
Typed Document 14/08/1944


JG/C/000004
Correspondence - manuscript letter, a letter from the sister of a signalman serving in Paiforce, India, quoting from his letter to her about Joyce Grenfell and her shows for the troops,
Written Document 08/02/1945


JG/C/000005
Correspondence - manuscript letter, a letter from Fred Walmsley (Sergeant serving in India) thanking Joyce Grenfell for her performance in a hospital ward in Conilla
Written Document 28/10/1945


JG/C/000006
Correspondence - manuscript letter, a letter from Sergeant Peter Ling in the Sanatorium at Preston Hall, Kent, thanking Joyce Grenfell for performing to the ward, he mentions having seen Joyce in Tuppence Coloured
Written Document 05/04/1949


JG/C/000007
Correspondence - typescript letter from Mrs G L Thirkell congratulating Joyce Grenfell in her performance, she makes specific references to many of Joyce's characters and how she enjoyed them
Typed Document 02/01/1951


JG/C/000008
Correspondence - manuscript letters, a series of letters from Annabel Murray-White to Joyce Grenfell, firstly asking for her to arrange a surprise for her parents at a performance of Penny Plain and then thanking her for doing so
Also includes a letter from Mrs Murray-White thanking Joyce for her kindness and congratulating her on the show Penny Plain
Written Document 14/06/1952 - 28/06/1952


JG/C/000009
Correspondence - typescript letter from a mother of a soldier serving in Egypt and quoting his letter home after Joyce Grenfell visited his station and sang there, saying how much it had meant to them
Typed Document 01/02/1953


JG/C/000010
Correspondence - manuscript letter from G Dring to Joyce Grenfell, commenting about her being married for 25 years and wishing her happiness in the future
Written Document c 1954


JG/C/000011
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Henry M Andrews (husband of the author Rebecca West), congratulating Joyce Grenfell on a performance that he and his wife went to see, he mentions specific characters and talks about her humour and generosity
Written Document 02/02/1955


JG/C/000012
Correspondence - manuscript letter from an ex-soldier J Groves thanking Joyce Grenfell for her performance that he watched in a hospital ward in India
Written Document 30/10/1960


JG/C/000013
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Dr G H Tovey thanking Joyce Grenfell for her words on the Ten to Eight radio show
Written Document 12/09/1967


JG/C/000014
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Isabella Herbert expressing her enjoyment over Joyce Grenfell's book Nanny Says
Written Document 28/09/1975


JG/C/000015
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Anne Roberts telling Joyce Grenfell about how Joyce's records and songs have helped to get her through some hard times
Written Document 19/01/1979


JG/C/000016
Correspondence - two manuscript letters from Nancy Lancaster (cousin of Joyce Grenfell, formerly Nancy Perkins), congratulating Joyce on her performances, she comments specifically on Mr du Maurier
Written Document 1955 - 1957


JG/C/000017
Correspondence - manuscripts letters from Garnee Miall, friend of Joyce Grenfell's, three letters thanking them for their visits and gifts (for her 90th birthday) and general family news
Garnee Miall is mentioned in Chapter 14 of Joyce Grenfell's book In Pleasant Places
Written Document 1975


JG/C/000018
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman to Joyce Grenfell, he was working in Dublin during the Second World War, he mentions Joyce's music with Dick Addinsell, and talks about a couple of poems he had written
Written Document 22/03/1943


JG/C/000019
Correspondence - manuscript note from John Betjeman to Joyce Grenfell, commenting on Joyce reciting his poetry in an unnamed performance
Written Document 05/07/1946


JG/C/000020
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman to Joyce Grenfell, talking about a Christmas poem he was enclosing for her, possibly typescript poem JG/C/000021, includes a small sketch by Betjeman
Written Document 21/12/1946


JG/C/000021
Correspondence - typescript poem written by John Betjeman sent to Joyce Grenfell, entitled Revolution, possibly the poem he mentions in his letter JG/C/000020
Written Document 1946


JG/C/000022
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman to Joyce Grenfell, saying how he is cut off by snow but hopes to meet her in London the next week for tea
Written Document 08/03/1947


JG/C/000023
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman, a letter mentioning Betjeman suggesting he write a monologue for Joyce, and how he would like to write a monologue for Clarkson Rose, the second letter is written after Joyce's reply
Betjeman mentions he will be living partly in London in Patrick Bulfour's house to do work
Written Document 04/06/1953


JG/C/000024
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman thanking Joyce Grenfell for her encouraging letter about his poetry
Written Document 18/07/1954


JG/C/000025
Correspondence - typescript letter from John Betjeman thanking Joyce Grenfell for a list that she had sent him
Written Document 30/10/1958


JG/C/000026
Correspondence - typescript letter from John Betjeman agreeing with changes Joyce Grenfell about various works, he mentions The Mary Gloster, Flannan Isle and The Haystack in the Floods
Written Document 03/12/1958


JG/C/000027
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman congratulating Joyce on a performance he had been to see/taken part in?, also talking about his journey home from the performance - where his car broke down?
Written Document 29/01/1959


JG/C/000028
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman talking about a television programme he is on, and a reading he was doing for a gramophone record
Written Document 11/04/1960


JG/C/000029
Correspondence - typescript letter from John Betjeman mentions architecture and BBC programmes, also advises Joyce Grenfell to go and see Barry Humphreys at the Fortune Theatre, as a foretaste of going to Australia
Written Document 11/04/1969


JG/C/000030
Correspondence - manuscript air-mail letter from John Betjeman to Joyce Grenfell telling her about his experiences filming? in Australia, describing where he had been and stayed
Written Document 22/10/1971


JG/C/000031
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Betjeman to Joyce Grenfell, he thanks Joyce her dinner, and quotes some poetry (difficult to read)
Written Document c 1971


JG/C/000032
Correspondence - Christmas card from John Betjeman, to Joyce Grenfell and her husband
Written Document


JG/C/000033
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Noel Coward to Joyce Grenfell thanking Joyce for the book and card she sent him for Christmas
Written Document


JG/C/000034
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Noel Coward to Joyce Grenfell saying how much he loved her recording of his beautiful numbers and that he finds her singing enchanting
Written Document 27/03/1947


JG/C/000035
Correspondence - typescript letter from Noel Coward to Joyce Grenfell from Jamaica, talking about his time in Jamaica, he mentions Winifred (Ashton? the artist), Natasha Wilson, Coley, Dukes of Norfolk and Rutland and Johnny Ray
Written Document 14/02/1957


JG/C/000036
Correspondence - Christmas card from Noel Coward to Joyce and Reggie Grenfell, includes a photograph and signature of Noel Coward
Written Document


JG/C/000037
Correspondence - manuscript card sent by Noel Coward to Joyce Grenfell, possibly was a card that accompanied flowers, card is difficult to read
Written Document


JG/C/000038
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud to Joyce Grenfell, thanking her for a letter she had written him about his role as Prospero in The Tempest, Drury Lane, he wishes Joyce luck in her tour of America
Gielgud also mentions he was rehearsing for Graham Greene, possibly The Potting Shed?
Written Document 06/01/1958


JG/C/000039
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud to Joyce Grenfell talking about both of their mothers
Written Document 13/08/1955


JG/C/000040
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud, he is writing from Australia to Joyce Grenfell who is in Hollywood, and advising her to go to Disneyland
Written Document 14/11/1963


JG/C/000041
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud thanking Joyce Grenfell for advice she had given him
Written Document 1963


JG/C/000042
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud thanking Joyce Grenfell for her letter congratulating him on his performance in an unmentioned play, he mentions that the play may be taken to New York
Written Document 1965


JG/C/000043
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud to Joyce Grenfell discussing certain costumes and satirists and cartoonists
Written Document 1968 - 1969


JG/C/000044
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud thanking Joyce Grenfell for a letter, mentioning how he also no longer goes to many plays/films any more, mentions a stay in Aldeburgh with Joyce and Ben Brittain in the past
Written Document 1970s


JG/C/000045
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud thanking Joyce Grenfell for her letter, he mentions a revival of Much Ado, and wishes Joyce luck in America
Written Document


JG/C/000046
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud to Joyce Grenfell mentions a trip they had to Windsor, and the play Tartuffe
Written Document 1967?


JG/C/000047
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud to Joyce Grenfell possibly about a speech he gave at a funeral
Written Document


JG/C/000048
Correspondence - manuscript letter from John Gielgud thanking Joyce Grenfell for her kind letter regarding his work
Written Document


JG/C/000049
Correspondence - typescript letter from Terence Rattigan to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for her letter about his play
Typed Document 11/11/1953


JG/C/000050
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Terence Rattigan to Joyce Grenfell, thanking her for a letter she had written him
Written Document


JG/C/000051
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Laurence Olivier to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for appearing at ? Theatre, and for her thoughts on Vanya (Uncle Vanya, Chekov), he also mentions Richard III on the screen
Written Document 1962


JG/C/000052
Correspondence - typescript letter from Laurence Olivier to Joyce Grenfell apologising for not having seen her that week
Typed Document 02/11/1972


JG/C/000053
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Sybil Thorndike to Joyce Grenfell sending Christmas greetings
Written Document


JG/C/000054
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Sybil Thorndike thanking Joyce and Reggie Grenfell for their letter
Written Document


JG/C/000055
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Sybil Thorndike thanking Joyce Grenfell for lunch the previous week
Written Document


JG/C/000056
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Sybil Thorndike talking about Winifred (possibly Winifred Ashton) and the appreciation Joyce Grenfell wrote for her
for Joyce's speech script for the service for Winifred Ashton see JG/PS/000495
Written Document 22/04/1965


JG/C/000057
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Clive James to Joyce Grenfell congratulating her on her autobiography
Written Document 24/08/1976


JG/C/000058
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Clive James to Joyce Grenfell talking about a lunch he'd had with Joyce and current work he was doing
Written Document 08/06/1979


JG/C/000059
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Clive James thanking Joyce Grenfell for the help she has given him
Written Document 1979


JG/C/000060
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Ivor Novello to Joyce Grenfell, asking her to take part in a matinee he was organising, he specifically mentions Travel Broadens the Mind
Written Document


JG/C/000061
Correspondence - manuscript post card from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell, saying that he hopes to go and see her show
Written Document


JG/C/000062
Correspondence - manuscript post card from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell advising her on how many pianos to use in her revue
Written Document 1947


JG/C/000063
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell expressing interest in her revue
Written Document 10/03/1947


JG/C/000064
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell discussing the Aldeburgh festival
Written Document 22/07/1963


JG/C/000065
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell, asking if she would like to take part in the following years Aldeburgh festival
Written Document 13/08/1963


JG/C/000066
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for her involvement in the Aldeburgh festival, and discussing bird watching
Written Document 31/12/1964


JG/C/000067
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for her evening entertainment
Written Document 1964


JG/C/000068
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for a letter that she sent
Written Document


JG/C/000069
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears from New Zealand to Joyce Grenfell, discussing their time over there
Written Document 06/04/1970


JG/C/000070
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell thanking Joyce for a record she had sent him and discussing the Aldeburgh festival
Written Document 27/08/1970


JG/C/000071
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Peter Pears to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for her contribution to a Singing Teachers weekend
Written Document 01/08/1975


JG/C/000072
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Peter Pears to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for her letter and talking about life without Benjamin Britten
Written Document 1977


JG/C/000073
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell thanking her for her performance
Written Document


JG/C/000074
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell apologising for not having seen Joyce much that year, and discussing the Aldeburgh festival
Written Document


JG/C/000075
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten thanking Joyce Grenfell for her lovely letter
Written Document


JG/C/000076
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell sending her his love
Written Document


JG/C/000077
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Benjamin Britten to Joyce Grenfell sending a note of congratulations to Joyce
Written Document


JG/C/000078
Correspondence - manuscript Christmas card from Benjamin Britten thanking Joyce Grenfell for her kind letter
Written Document


JG/C/000079
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Peter Pears to Joyce Grenfell asking her to come and perform in Aldeburgh
Written Document


JG/C/000080
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Peter Pears asking Joyce Grenfell if she can suggest anyone to replace John Betjeman at the Aldeburgh festival
Written Document


JG/C/000081
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Walter de la Mare commenting on poems that Joyce Grenfell had sent him
Written Document 22/02/1941


JG/C/000082
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Walter de la Mare commenting on poems by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document 14/03/1941


JG/C/000083
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell, saying he is going to listen to her on the radio
Typed Document 27/10/1941


JG/C/000084
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare thanking Joyce Grenfell for tickets for Penny Plain, discussing past meetings with her
Typed Document 15/02/1952


JG/C/000085
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell, thanking her for catching him up with some news of old friends
Typed Document 18/02/1952


JG/C/000086
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell sorting out tickets that she organised for his friends to her show
Written Document 09/03/1952


JG/C/000087
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare catching Joyce Grenfell up on news of what he has been up too
Typed Document 16/04/1952


JG/C/000088
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare organising Joyce Grenfell coming round to his for tea
Typed Document 11/07/1953


JG/C/000089
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare catching Joyce Grenfell up with news
Typed Document 31/08/1953


JG/C/000090
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell, inviting her over to tea
Typed Document 28/09/1953


JG/C/000091
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell telling her how he enjoyed her radio broadcast
Typed Document 05/10/1953


JG/C/000092
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell telling her how he enjoyed her radio broadcast
Typed Document 09/12/1953


JG/C/000093
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell catching her up on what he had been doing
Typed Document 20/01/1954


JG/C/000094
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell catching her up on his news
Typed Document 22/03/1954


JG/C/000095
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell telling her about a play he had found
Typed Document 28/07/1954


JG/C/000096
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell discussing the play he sent her, also mentions Twelfth Night
Typed Document 01/08/1954


JG/C/000097
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell a thank you letter to Joyce
Typed Document 30/12/1954


JG/C/000098
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell talking about her being in America
Typed Document 24/10/1955


JG/C/000099
Correspondence - typescript letter from Walter de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell discussing music he had been listening to
Typed Document 28/03/1956


JG/C/000100
Correspondence - typescript poems by Joyce Grenfell with comments by Walter de la Mare, poems called: The Nursery School Evacuated, All Clear: 3am, February Day 1941, Chimney Sweep, If I Am Rich Enough To Make, includes envelope that contained the poems
Typed Document c 1942


JG/C/000101
Correspondence - manuscript note from Joyce Grenfell to Walter de la Mare, (a short note not finished)
Written Document


JG/C/000102
Correspondence - photograph of South End House, Twickenham, included with letters from Walter de la Mare, note on the back of the photograph says this is where Walter de la Mare lived
Photograph


JG/C/000103
Correspondence - exercise book in which Joyce Grenfell has written out extracts from her diary of entries to do with Walter de la Mare, these relate to the letters JG/C/000088 - JG/C/000106
Written Document 1952 - 1955


JG/C/000104
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Richard de la Mare to Joyce Grenfell, thanking her for her letters after his father's death
Written Document 05/07/1956


JG/C/000105
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Ghulam Mohd to Joyce Grenfell, discussing how he knew her from her tour of India, and asking to meet up with her
Ghulam Mohd is mentioned in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 15, In India
Written Document c1947


JG/C/000106
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Ghulam Mohd to Joyce Grenfell, thanking her for her letter and arranging to meet her
Ghulam Mohd is mentioned in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 15, In India
Written Document c 1947


JG/C/000107
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Ghulam Mohd to Joyce Grenfell, discussing a character certificate she had filled in for him
Ghulam Mohd is mentioned in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 15, In India
Written Document 07/10/1947


JG/C/000108
Correspondence - manuscript letter from unidentified person to Joyce Grenfell, discussing a party they had attended
Written Document


JG/C/000109
Correspondence - manuscript letter from unidentified person to Mrs Schofield in America, (do not know the relation of this letter to Joyce Grenfell), includes an envelope
Written Document 24/12/1945


JG/C/000110
Correspondence - manuscript card from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw thanking her for the birthday card and mentions going to see Godspell
Written Document 1972


JG/C/000111
Correspondence - manuscript air-mail letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Cranshaw, from South Africa discussing the country
Written Document 15/02/1973


JG/C/000112
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, thanking her for the birthday card and saying how she has taken a sabbatical and is doing some writing
Written Document 11/02/1974


JG/C/000113
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing work on her book, Face The Music, and her retirement from concerts
Written Document 30/07/1974


JG/C/000114
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing the Churchill Foundation
Written Document 09/12/1974


JG/C/000115
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing going to see plays and her cooking, includes a couple of recipes
Written Document 25/04/1975


JG/C/000116
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing the King's Lynn Festival and that she was working on the text for a talk of singing teachers at Aldeburgh
Written Document 03/08/1975


JG/C/000117
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, thanking for her her card and briefly mentioning her trip to South Africa
Written Document 22/02/1976


JG/C/000118
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing the publication of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure and the promotional tour that she will be going on
Written Document 17/08/1976


JG/C/000119
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing her book promotion tour and how well it has sold
Written Document 08/02/1977


JG/C/000120
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, a short note saying that she won't be able to meet up
Written Document 05/09/1977


JG/C/000121
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing her book In Pleasant Places and a trip down the Nile she was going to go on
Written Document 18/01/1979


JG/C/000122
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing her trip down the Nile
Written Document 02/1979


JG/C/000123
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Joy Crawshaw, discussing the publication of Stately as a Galleon
Written Document


JG/C/000124
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Marjorie Bruce-Milne, thanking her for writing to her
Donated to collection by Howard Farrar 21/04/1983
Written Document 24/01/1972


JG/C/000125
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Mrs Marjorie Bruce-Milne, discussing a book that she had borrowed
Written Document 30/03/1978


JG/C/000126
Correspondence - manuscript postcard from Joyce Grenfell to George Alpe, discussing name of centre of her honour (at Claremont Fan Court School?)
Written Document


JG/C/000127
Correspondence - manuscript and typescript letters from Rupert (Hart-Davis?) to Joyce Grenfell, helping with her Dictionary of National Biography entry for Stephen Potter, pp 3
Written Document 1976


JG/C/000128
Correspondence - manuscript letters from Julian Potter to Joyce Grenfell, helping her with information for the Dictionary of National Biography entry for Stephen Potter (his father), pp 4
Written Document 1976


JG/C/000129
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mary Potter (Stephen Potter's first wife) Marian Anderson Attenborough) to Joyce Grenfell, helping her with information for the Dictionary of National Biography entry for Stephen Potter, pp 2
Written Document 1976 (?)


JG/C/000130
Correspondence - typescript letter from Jeremy Hadfield from Macmillan publishers to Joyce Grenfell giving details about an itinerary for Joyce's book tour
Typed Document 23/08/1976


JG/C/000131
Correspondence - typescript letter from Richard Douro of Yorkshire Post to Joyce Grenfell, writing about her making a speech at the Yorkshire Post Literary Luncheon
Typed Document 20/08/1976


JG/C/000132
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Diane Franks, thanking her for help in typing up letters, 15 March 1973, pp1.
Written Document 15/03/1973


JG/C/000133
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Joyce Grenfell to Diane Franks, thanking her for typing a document for her, 6 February 1974, pp1.
Written Document 06/02/1974


JG/D/000001
Drawings - frontispage for a book of sketches by Joyce Grenfell, entitled The Pilkington Committee on Broadcasting 1960 -, most meetings at Cornwall House, Waterloo Road, SE1, 80 pages JG/D/000002 - 82 included in this volume
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Written Document c 1960


JG/D/000002
Drawing - biro sketch of a badge, with the note Suggested badge for Committee Members to wear on their blazers, by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Artwork


JG/D/000003
Drawing - portrait sketches of Harry Pilkington and Prof Newark, by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000004
Drawing - portrait sketches of Betty Whitley and Richard Hoggart, at Windle Hall, Lancs, by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 07/07/1967


JG/D/000005
Drawing - portrait sketches of John Shields, Harry Pilkington, Billy Wright, Elwyn Davies and Edmund Hudson, entitled How They Use Their Hands, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
second copy is a photograph taken of the original, Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 01/12/1961


JG/D/000006
Drawing - portrait sketches of Harold Collison and Reggie Smith-Rose, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 1961


JG/D/000007
Drawing - portrait sketches of Betty Whitley, Richard Hoggart, and Stella Fisher, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 1961


JG/D/000008
Drawing - portrait sketches of Cox and Hodgson of I.T.N., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000009
Drawing - portrait sketch of Sir Arthur Flord, from the B.B.C., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000010
Drawing - portrait sketches of Kirkpatrick, Carmichael, Caine, Pragnell, and Sir Robert Fraser, from the I.T.A., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000011
Drawing - portrait sketches of Mrs Rachel Jones, A. B. Oldfield Davies and two unidenitified people, from B.B.C. Wales, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000012
Drawing - portrait sketches of Rev D R Thomas, J Alban Davies, T Siles, E D Jones, from the New Wales Union, Wales I.T.A. in Cardiff, and Hughes Parry from the University of Wales, Wales I.T.A. in Cardiff, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000013
Drawing - portrait sketches of B G Jones, Prof. Foster, Sir E Evans, Dr Wynne Griffiths, Dr W Griffiths, University of Wales, Cardiff, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000014
Drawing - portrait sketches of U G Fydd, Dr Gwen-Ann Jones, Cardiff, Wales, and T I Ellis from New Wales Union, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000015
Drawing - portrait sketches of E Roberts, G F Evans, Mrs J E Davies, J R Jones, of Plaid Cymru, Wales, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000016
Drawing - portrait sketches of Sidney Bernstein, Mr Peers, Forman, Cecil Bernstein, J Wanton of Granada, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/04/1961


JG/D/000017
Drawing - portrait sketches of G Daniel, Lord Townsend, J Woolf, A Buxton L Scott from Anglia, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 02/05/1961


JG/D/000018
Drawing - portrait sketches of Howard Thomas and Sir Philip Wanton from A.B.C., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/05/1961


JG/D/000019
Drawing - portrait sketches of G A Cooper, and Dr E G M Fletcher from A.B.C, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/05/1961


JG/D/000020
Drawing - portrait sketches of N Collins, Val Parnell, Brill from A.T.V., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 02/05/1961


JG/D/000021
Drawing - portrait sketches of A Dohan, Sir Edwin Herbert, note saying Associated Rediffusion, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000022
Drawing - portrait sketches of Stella Fisher, Betty Whitley, Dennis Lawrence at Windle Hall, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 09/07/1961


JG/D/000023
Drawing - portrait sketches of Dennis Lawrence, Betty Whitley, John Shields, Harry Pilkington, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 05/1961


JG/D/000024
Drawing - portrait sketches of Capt Booth, Miss Bridges, Mr Wolstonscott?, Mr Sowton, Mr Judd from the G.P.O., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000025
Drawing - portrait sketches of Mr Hallet, Mr Tuckett from the N.U.J., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 04/1961


JG/D/000026
Drawing - portrait sketches of Farmer, S Jogren White?, Reg Peason, A Plummer from Aspiring Local Radio Co. from Luton, and Walters from Brit. Chamber of Commerce, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 23/05/1961


JG/D/000027
Drawing - portrait sketches of Roy Tomson, Scottish, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/05/1961


JG/D/000028
Drawing - portrait sketch of Ian Tennant, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/05/1961


JG/D/000029
Drawing - portrait sketches of Colthart, Cooliman, Stennant from Scottish TV, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/05/1961


JG/D/000030
Drawing - portrait sketches of Peter Cadbury of Westward, Mr K Winckle and Mr G Dowson from Southern, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 18/05/1961


JG/D/000031
Drawing - portrait sketches of Mr Darling, G Black, A Jelly and one unidentified portrait from Tyne Tees, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 18/05/1961


JG/D/000032
Drawing - portrait sketches of Lord Denby, Mr A Goodman of T.W.W., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 18/05/1961


JG/D/000033
Drawing - portrait sketches of four men (unable to read names) from the Newspaper Committee, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 23/05/1961


JG/D/000034
Drawing - portrait sketches of Coleman, Greenslade of Mansfield, Sir R Atkin, Lowenstein from Local Radio, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 23/05/1961


JG/D/000035
Drawing - portrait sketches of Ivan Foxwell, Lord Benborough, Sir Tufton Beamish of Southern Radio, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 14/06/1961


JG/D/000036
Drawing - portrait sketches of Miss McCullogh, Miss Marsh, Prof A Briggs from W.E.A., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 15/06/1961


JG/D/000037
Drawing - portrait sketches of Felix Ayliner, Andre Monell of the Equity Theatre, C Killich, Mr N Day, F Carter, Norman Higgens, F Chapman Mortimer of Theatres National Committee, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 15/06/1961


JG/D/000038
Drawing - portrait sketches of Emlyn Jones, McPartlin, Sir S Rous from Phyiscal Recreation, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 15/06/1961


JG/D/000039
Drawing - portrait sketches of Billy Wright and John Shields, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/06/1961


JG/D/000040
Drawing - portrait sketches of Sir C Morris, Bailey, Mr McKnight, Mr Steel from B.B.C. Schools Council, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 15/06/1961


JG/D/000041
Drawing - portrait sketches of Edelsten, Tagholm, Richardson, Littlewood, Fettes, Rhys from the Broadcasting Staff Association, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/06/1961


JG/D/000042
Drawing - portrait sketches of Sir John Wolfenden, Gerald Bay of Granada, N Collins of A.T.V., Adonan of A.R., from I.T.A. and Progamme Companies Schools Committee, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/06/1961


JG/D/000043
Drawing - portrait sketches of Sir Lawrence Bragg, Sir Harrie Massey, Dame Kathleen Lonsdale, Lord Fleck from The Royal Society and British Assoc. of Advancement of Science, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 30/06/1961


JG/D/000044
Drawing - portrait sketches of Lord Morrison of Lambeth, J Trevehan from The British Board of Censors, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 30/06/1961


JG/D/000045
Drawing - portrait sketches of Miss A Levy, J Smith, R Bond, G Elvin from the Ass. Cinema, T.V. and Allied Technicians, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 30/06/1961


JG/D/000046
Drawing - portrait sketches of Sir William Emys Williams from The Arts Council of Great Britain, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 30/06/1961


JG/D/000047
Drawing - portrait sketches of V A Peers, Miss A Gardiner, L G Parker from the Independent T.V. Contractors Association, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 1961


JG/D/000048
Drawing - portrait sketches of H Collison, B Whitley, E Hudson, R Smith Rose, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000048
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/07/1961


JG/D/000049
Drawing - portrait sketches of Edmund Hudon and Richard Hoggart at Windle Hall, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 08/07/1961


JG/D/000050
Drawing - portrait sketches of Mr Stanley Snr, Mr Stanley Jnr, Sir Ben Barnett, J R Brinkley, B Stanley from PYE, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/07/1961


JG/D/000051
Drawing - portrait sketches of G Darmley-Smith, S E Allchurch, A L Sutherland, K G Smith from Radio Industry Council, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 17/07/1961


JG/D/000052
Drawing - portrait sketches of Boris Ford and Sir Ian Jacob, Soloists, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 18/07/1961


JG/D/000053
Drawing - portrait sketches of Mr J Richee McKee and Mr R C McCall from B.B.C. Belfast, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 19/07/1961


JG/D/000054
Drawing - portrait sketches of The Rev J H Withers, Sir L O'Brien, Father Murphy, A H Wilson, Prof. Davison, Mrs Seth from I.T.A. Belfast, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 19/07/1961


JG/D/000055
Drawing - portrait sketches of Miss N Kingham, Sr E O Bartley, Mrs E Moore from the Women's Organisations and Interests in N Ireland, Belfast, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 19/07/1961


JG/D/000056
Drawing - portrait sketches of R Antrim, Sir Frances Evans, M Hutchinson, MacGuttz of Ulster T.V., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 19/07/1961


JG/D/000057
Drawing - portrait sketches of B B Cunningham and R Beattie from Northern Whig, Northern Ireland, M T Lynch, Mr R J Swann, Major F A Neale and Mr J L Mc Grath from The Small Shopkeepers Union, Belfast, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 19/07/1961


JG/D/000058
Drawing - portrait sketches of Nigel Fisher, Peter Scott, Lord Penny, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000059
Drawing - portrait sketches of Christopher Mayhew and Sir Kenneth Clark, Soloists, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 24/07/1961


JG/D/000060
Drawing - portrait sketches of Dr S N Scott, Sr H D Clark, P Vaughan, Dr Stafford Clark, Mrs J Angel, Dr C Fletcher from the British Medical Council, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 24/07/1961


JG/D/000061
Drawing - portrait sketches of Mr A Cole and G Radice of the Advertising Enquiry Council, G Groasdell, R Loreford, G Elvin from the Radio and T.V. Safeguards Committee, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 24/07/1961


JG/D/000062
Drawing - portrait sketches of S W Day, J W Jamison, W G Hollis, J H Davies from the Prop. Assoc. of G.B., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 25/07/1961


JG/D/000063
Drawing - portrait sketches of L Colenine, Mr W E Philips, Commander D C Kintock, A C Buck from the Incorporated Soc. of Birtish Advertisers, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 25/07/1961


JG/D/000064
Drawing - portrait sketches of D Ingham, M O Connor, R A Bevan, S Wood from the Institute of Practitioners of Advertising, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from the sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 25/07/1961


JG/D/000065
Drawing - portrait sketches of W Wainwright, G Matthews, D Auiley from The D? Worker, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 15/08/1961


JG/D/000066
Drawing - Sir Ronald Adam, Mr C Connor, P Laslett, P Sieghait from The Viewers and Listeners Association, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 15/08/1961


JG/D/000067
Drawing - portrait sketches of Elwyn Davies and John Shields, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 16/08/1961


JG/D/000068
Drawing - portrait sketch of Stella Fisher, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 16/08/1961


JG/D/000069
Drawing - portrait sketch of unidentified man, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork


JG/D/000070
Drawing - portrait sketches of Dr Kathleen Bliss, Bishop F A Cockin, The Rev D Skinner from The Church of England Religious Council, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/08/1961


JG/D/000071
Drawing - portrait sketches of Rev J Kielty and Mr A K Ross from the Gen. Assembly Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/08/1961


JG/D/000072
Drawing - portrait sketches of E Lane (Presbyterian), The Rev C H Cleal (Baptist), The Rev R Duce (Congregationalist), Rev K Greet (Methodist), Dr A A R Vine (Free Church Committee), all from The Free Church Federal Council, drawn by Joyce Grenfell,
from sketch book JG/D/000001, Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/08/1961


JG/D/000073
Drawing - portrait sketches of J Bredin, Bill Ward, N Swallow from the Society of Film and TV Arts Ltd, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 28/08/1961


JG/D/000074
Drawing - portrait sketches of J E Eliot, Michael Tippet, Mrs E Diamond, P Larkett, P Sieghart from The Listeners Sound Broadcasting Society, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000075
Drawing - portrait sketch of Michael Tippet, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000076
Drawing - portrait sketches of T S Eliot from The Sound Broadcasting Society, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000077
Drawing - portrait sketch of George Woodcock from the TUC, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000078
Drawing - portrait sketches of F Cousins, G Woodcock, H Douglas, L Murray from the TUC, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000079
Drawing - portrait sketches of R Stead (North), H S Magney (North), Frank Gillard (West), Admiral Sir Mark Pizey (West), H J Drinkley (Midland), J J Gracie (Midland) from BBC's West Midland and North Regions, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000080
Drawing - portrait sketches of Lady Jean McKenzie, Col R T Brain, Miss Sewell, A Robertshaw from The Nat. Assoc. of Mixed and Girl's Clubs, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 29/08/1961


JG/D/000081
Drawing - portrait sketches of B C Attwood, W A Tuyman, D A Brown, M Maddan, M Fitzgibbon from TAM, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 30/08/1961


JG/D/000082
Drawing - portrait sketches of Edmund Hudson, E.H., Reggie S.R., drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 30/08/1961


JG/D/000083
Drawing - enlarged photograph of original sketch of Richard Hoggart, original being JG/D/000049, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 1961


JG/D/000084
Drawing - enlarged photograph of the original sketch of Bishop F A Cockin, original being JG/D/000070, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, from sketch book JG/D/000001
Joyce talks about The Pilkington Committee in her book In Pleasant Places
Artwork 1961


JG/D/000085
Drawing - Christmas card produced by W H Smith, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, drawing of a carol singer
Artwork 1934


JG/D/000086
Drawing - Christmas card of a girl with a candle, card includes a poem entitled Christmas Eve inside, design and poem by Joyce Grenfell, card sold in aid of The Joyce Grenfell Centre Appeal at Claremont Fan Court School, Esher, Surrey,
6 envelopes that fit the cards included
Artwork


JG/D/000087
Drawing - three caricature drawings of Joyce Grenfell, in coloured pen, drawn by Joyce Grenfell, one sketch very similar to the sketch that is the front cover for the Joyce Grenfell book Stately as a Galleon, published 1978
Artwork


JG/M/000001
Itinerary - Joyce Grenfell's tour in America and Canada, listing the places she performed which include: an appearance on the Ed Sullivan show, Atlanta, Aichigan, Ohio, Ontario, Quebec, Niagara falls, Princeton, New Jersey, New York
Typed Document 28/10/1956 - 15/12/1956


JG/M/000002
Itinerary - Joyce Grenfell's tour in America and Canada, listing the places she performed, which include: Ed Sullivan show, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancover, Seattle, San Francisco, California, Madison, Boston, Ontario, New York - Broadway
Typed Document 26/01/1958 - 17/05/1958


JG/M/000003
Itinerary and Accommodation list - Joyce Grenfell's visit to America, listing the places she performed, which include: Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancover, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Tucson, Chicago, Madison, New York, Washington etc
Typed Document 1956


JG/M/000004
Itinerary - Joyce Grenfell's America and Canada tour, listing the places she performed at, which include: Princeton, Lancaster, Ann Arbor, Staunton, Greenville, Pinehurst, Palm Beach, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, etc
Typed Document 14/01/1960 - 09/03/1960


JG/M/000005
Itinerary - Joyce Grenfell's tour of Britain, listing places where she performed, which include: King's Lynn, Cambridge, Harrogate, Wolverhampton, Malvern, Solihull, Grimsby, Richmond, Sunderland, Folkestone, Guildford, Eastbourne, etc
Typed Document 03/1966 - 04/1966


JG/M/000006
Running order - hand written list of monologues and songs performed by Joyce Grenfell in Sydney
Written Document 1959


JG/M/000007
Itinerary - Joyce Grenfell's tour list for America and Canada, also a list of the running order for the show, see JG/M/000004
Written Document 1960


JG/M/000008
Running order - list of songs and monologue performed by Joyce Grenfell in 1960, annotated
Typed Document 1960


JG/M/000009
Running order - list of songs and monologue performed by Joyce Grenfell, annotated
Typed Document 1960


JG/M/000010
Running order - list of songs and monologue performed by Joyce Grenfell at the Haymarket, annotated
Typed Document 03/1962


JG/M/000011
Itinerary - list of places that Joyce Grenfell performed at on her British tour and the list of monologues and songs that she performed at each venue, places include: Guildford, Bristol, Richmond, Bognor, East Grinstead, Exeter, Dartington, Westcliff etc
Typed Document 1967


JG/M/000012
Running order - hand written list of songs and monologue performed by Joyce Grenfell at Guildford
Written Document 1967


JG/M/000013
Running order - list of songs and monologues performed by Joyce Grenfell on her USA and Canada tour
Written Document 1967


JG/M/000014
Running order - for television show Joyce Grenfell No 1, includes list of songs used and the background settings that were used, annotated
Typed Document 10/05/1964


JG/M/000015
Running order - for television show Joyce Grenfell No 2, includes list of songs used and the background settings that were used, annotated
Typed Document 17/05/1964


JG/M/000016
Itinerary - list of theatres visited in Joyce Grenfell's 1967 tour of Britain, includes cotact names for the theatres and the cost involved,, places visited include Guildford, Exeter, Cheltenham, Richmond, Bognor Regis, Southend ets
Typed Document 1967


JG/M/000017
Itinerary - list of places visited in Jocye Grenfell's 1967 tour in USA and Canada, includes dates to visit, capacity and managers of the theatres, hotels stayed in, places visited include: Los Angeles, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Toronto, Wisconsin, etc
Written Document 1967


JG/M/000018
Itinerary - list of hotels stayed in by Joyce Grenfell and her party during her 1967 tour of USA and Canada, compiled by Elwood Emerick Management, places visited include: Los Angeles, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Ontario, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, etc
Typed Document 1967


JG/M/000019
Itinerary - list of theatres visited during Joyce Grenfell's 1968 tour in Britain, places visited include: Stratford-upon-Avon, Newark-on-Trent, Richmond, Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Derby, Southampton, Westcliff-on-Sea, Kings Lynn, Felixstowe, etc
Typed Document 1968


JG/M/000020
Itinerary - list of places visited in Joyce Grenfell's 1968 tour of Britain, places visited include: Bury St Edmunds, Chichester, St Albans, Stratford-upon-Avon, Newark, Richmond, Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Derby, Southampton, Southend etc
Typed Document 1968


JG/M/000021
Running order - list of songs performed for Joyce Grenfell's tour 1968
Written Document 1968


JG/M/000022
Running order - list of songs performed by Joyce Grenfell on her Autumn tour 1968
Written Document 1968


JG/M/000023
Itinerary - list of places and contact names for Joyce Grenfell's tour of Australia, South Africa and USA 1969, places include: Sydney, Melbounre, Canberra, Launceston, Hobart, Brisbane, Eidsvold, Mansfield, Johannesburg, Santa Rosa, New York, Boston
Typed Document 1969


JG/M/000024
Itinerary - list of places visited on Joyce Grenfell's tour of Britain 1970, annotated, places visited include: Aldeburgh, Cambridge, London, Basildon, Malvern, Cheltenham, Bristol, Sandbach, Salisbury, Hastings, Canterbury, Newark, Leicester, etc
Typed Document 1970


JG/M/000025
Itinerary - letter to Joyce Grenfell from Caroline Oakes from Harold Holt Limited, which includes a list of where she performed on her 1971 tour of Britain, places visited include: Wavendon, Guildford, Camberley, Shifnal, Bury St Edmunds, , etc
Typed Document 1971


JG/M/000026
Promotional material - for Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, includes reviews in British newspapers, figures of how many books sold
Typed Document 1976


JG/M/000027
Itinerary - list of interviews, appearances, and book signings made by Joyce Grenfell on her book promotion tour of Australia, promoting Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, includes comments on what she should wear and background to the programmes
Typed Document 1976


JG/M/000028
Itinerary - list of places visited and interviews given for Joyce Grenfell's book promotion tour for Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure in Britain, places visited include: Cambridge, Basingstoke, Manchester, London, Oxford, Leeds, Glasgow, etc
Typed Document 1976


JG/M/000029
Itinerary - for Joyce Grenfell's book tour of Australia, it includes notes about the people interviewing Joyce Grenfell and the background to the programmes/newspapers, places visited include: Peerth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
Typed Document 1970s


JG/M/000030
Itinerary - for Joyce Grenfell's book promotion tour in South Africa, includes lists of interviewers, places visited include: Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban
Typed Document 1976


JG/M/000031
Running order - list of songs and monologues to be performed by Joyce Grenfell with George Bauer at the piano in Joyce Grenfell Bids you a Good Evening, annotated
Typed Document


JG/M/000032
Running order - list of songs and monologues to be performed by Joyce Grenfell with George Bauer at the piano, in Joyce Grenfell Bids you a Good Evening, annotated
Typed Document


JG/M/000033
Running order - sample programme for concerts with Joyce Grenfell, a selection of monologues and songs
Typed Document


JG/M/000034
Running order - of songs and monologues performed by Joyce Grenfell at Her Majesty's Theatre, Montreal, Canada, includes estimated time of each song/monologue
Written Document 1956


JG/M/000035
Magazine - Le Theatre, a magazine in French about productions on in France
Printed Material 1914


JG/M/000036
Tickets - for Joyce Grenfell Gala at the Aldwych theatre, London, in the presence of Princess Margaret (3), a hand written note saying were given by John Ward (?)
Printed Material 20/01/1985


JG/M/000037
Booklet - Lift Up Your Hearts, a series of talks by The Rev Hubert Hoskins, broadcast on BBC Home Service, published by the BBC, pp 14
Printed Material 02/1963


JG/M/000038
Booklet - The Masque, a theatre notebook, The Old Vic - King Lear, reviewed by Ivor Brown, includes photographs
Printed Material 1946


JG/M/000039
Running order - list of songs and monologues by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/M/000040
Running order - list of songs and monologues by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document 05/1960


JG/M/000041
Envelope - from Hotel Laurelton in New York
Printed Material


JG/M/000042
Notepaper - printed on the paper 'For Joyce To Remember', hand written on sheet is 'drawn by Joyce'
Written Document


JG/M/000043
Notepaper - blank sheet from Duke's Head Hotel, King's Lynn, Norfolk
Printed Material


JG/M/000044
Certificate - from The Songwriters Guild of Great Britain, to certify that Joyce Grenfell is a registered member of the guild
Printed Material 11/12/1963


JG/M/000045
Sketch - rough sketch for stage set-up for Joyce Grenfell's performances, annotated
Artwork


JG/M/000046
Certificate - commissioning Joyce Grenfell as an honorary Captain of the Belle of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Printed Material 21/03/1977


JG/M/000047
Certificate - designating Joyce Grenfell as an honorary citizen of Louisville, USA
Printed Material 27/04/1977


JG/M/000048
Order of service - Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Joyce Grenfell at Westminster Abbey, includes the address given by The Rev Geoffrey Howard White at the service
Printed Material 07/02/1980


JG/M/000049
Order of service - Christian Science Service for Joyce Grenfell held at Golders Green, London
Printed Material 04/12/1979


JG/M/000050
Portrait - Joyce Grenfell, by Philip Connard, pencil and watercolour, in glass frame
Artwork


JG/M/000051
Certificate - the Commonwealth of Kentucky make Joyce Grenfell a commissoned Kentucky Colonel, glass frame
Typed Document 08/03/1977


JG/M/000052
Certificate - Music Week Award, Sleeve Design Award for 'George Don't Do That' desgined by Joyce Grenfell, glass frame
Typed Document 1977


JG/M/000053
Order form - for the autobiography Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, includes a synopsis of the book, and a photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 1973


JG/M/000054
Notes - scraps of paper that give an explanation for scenes in the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's - these should match up with photographs,
Typed Document 1957


JG/M/000055
Picture - black and white picture of a young boy, written in biro at the bottom of the picture it says The Young King of (?)
Printed Material 1944 (?)


JG/M/000056
Brass Key - in a presentation box presented to Joyce Grenfell by the Margaret McMillan Community Centre, Bradford
Margaret McMillan had connections with Nursery Schools
3-D 07/12/1973


JG/M/000057
Buttons - a set of six brown buttons from one of Jocye Grenfell's costumes in the revue Penny Plain, there is also a sketch of the dress they come from, dress designed by Daniel De Bethel
3-D 1951


JG/M/000058
Record Sleeve - an empty sleeve of the record Joyce Grenfell At Home, the photos are those of JG/P/000172, produced by HMV records
Printed Material 1958


JG/M/000059
Audio reel - unidentified
Audio Tape


JG/M/000060
Audio reel - entitled Why I am a Student of C's (?), BBC recording, Joyce Grenfell reading (?)
Audio Tape


JG/M/000061
Audio cassette - home recording of BBC Radio Four's Subject for Sunday featuring Joyce Grenfell, 30 minutes long
Audio Tape 1970


JG/M/000062
Audio cassette - home recording entitled Themes from Childhood - Joyce Grenfell, no cassette box
Audio Tape


JG/M/000063
Audio cassette - The Joyce Grenfell Second Collection, Joyce Grenfell accompanied and directed by William Blezard, published by Chappell Music Ltd, songs include: Opening numbers, Nursery School, Hymn, The Wedding is on Saturday, If Love Were All, etc
Audio Tape


JG/M/000064
Audio cassette - home recording of A Tribute to Joyce Grenfell on English Radio Service
Audio Tape 20/01/1980


JG/M/000065
Audio cassette - home recording of a radio programme 'Thank You Joyce' featuring John Dankworth, Leon Goosens and Avril Dankworth, William Blezard, Daphne Oxenford, Elisabeth Welch, Cleo Laine, Celia Johnson, Mary O'Hara
Audio Tape 07/12/1980


JG/M/000066
Audio cassette - home recording of 'Re-Joyce!' starring Maureen Lipman, with Denis King
for programme of this see JG/PG/000064
Audio Tape


JG/M/000067
Audio cassettes - Thank You for Having Me, written and read by Maureen Lipman, published by EMI Records, 2 cassettes
Audio Tape 1991


JG/M/000068
Audio cassettes - Joyce By Herself and Her Friends, read by Richard Perkins, edited by Reggie Grenfell and Richard Garnett, published by ISIS Audio Books, two sets
Audio Tape 1992


JG/M/000069
Video Tape - Joyce Grenfell's BBC 2 series 1, 2, 3, 4,
Video Tape 1972


JG/M/000070
Video Tape - Joyce Grenfell's interview with Parkinson on BBC 1, and a tribute to Joyce Grenfell
Video Tape 1976 - 1981


JG/M/000071
Visitor Book - a book of signatures for visitors at the opening party of the Joyce Grenfell Festival at Claremont Fan Court School, includes the signatures of Reggie Grenfell, Tommy Phipps (?), Virginia Thesiger, Richard Baker, William Blezard etc
also includes a ticket for the opening party of the Joyce Grenfell Festival
Written Document 12/04/1985


JG/M/000072
Visitor Book - signed by people who visited the Joyce Grenfell Festival held at Claremont Fan Court School
Written Document 04/1985


JG/M/000073
Correspondence - typescript letter from Michael Mackenzie (sponsorship administrator) of WHSmith, to Miss H Sykes of Claremont Fan Court School, concerning an advertisement
Typed Document 12/12/1984


JG/M/000074
Notes - two pages of miscellaneous notes - one listing songs, one is difficult to read
Written Document


JG/M/000075
Claremont Fan Court School - notes and lists concerning the Joyce Grenfell archive, c.100 pages
Typed Document


JG/M/000076
Photo Album - a red album with Joyce Grenfell 1955 in gold lettering on the front, the album itself is empty
Volume 1955 (?)


JG/M/000077
Folders - various folders that held the monologues, scripts, songs of Joyce Grenfell, include writing by Joyce Grenfell on them
Written Document


JG/M/000078
Envelopes - that were sent to Joyce Grenfell's home (empty)
Written Document


JG/Mu/000001
Music score - I'm going to see you today, song words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd, includes some hand written notes,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1942


JG/Mu/000002
Music score - I'm going to see you again, hand written music score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1942


JG/Mu/000003
Music score - Someday, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1943


JG/Mu/000004
Music score - There is Nothing New to Tell You, words by Joyce Grenfell, Music by Richard Addinsell, featured by Margaret Eaves, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd, also includes I'm Going To See You Today, Nothing New To Tell You, Turn Back the Clock
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1943


JG/Mu/000005
Music score - Turn Back The Clock, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, featured by Peggy Cochrane, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1943


JG/Mu/000006
Music score - Beautiful Soup from the play Alice in Wonderland, features I'm Going To See You Today, Nothing New To Tell You, Turn Back The Clock, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1943


JG/Mu/000007
Music score - A Boat Beneath a Sunny Sky from Alice In Wonderland, features I'm Going To See You Today, Nothing New To Tell You, Turn Back The Clock, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1943


JG/Mu/000008
Music score - All My Tomorrows Lead Me To You, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, featured and broadcast by Joyce Grenfell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1944


JG/Mu/000009
Music score - Hat, hand written score, written for the Noel Coward revue Sigh No More, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell.
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1945


JG/Mu/000010
Music score - Oh! Mr Du Maurier, from Noel Coward's revue Sigh No More, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1945


JG/Mu/000011
Music score - Oh! Mr Du Maurier, hand written score from Noel Coward's revue Sigh No More, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1945


JG/Mu/000012
Music score - Holiday, hand written score from Noel Coward's revue Sigh No More, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1945


JG/Mu/000013
Music score - My Heart's Light as Air, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, featured by Evelyn Laye, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd, includes some hand written notes
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1946


JG/Mu/000014
Music score - When You Go, photocopied score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, featured by Evelyn Laye, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1946


JG/Mu/000015
Music score - There Isn't Anyone in the World (You Are Mine), words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, publishers Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1946


JG/Mu/000016
Music score - There Isn't Anyone in the World (You Are Mine), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, publishers Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1946


JG/Mu/000017
Music score - A Nice Song, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Geoffrey Wright,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1947


JG/Mu/000018
Music score - A Nice Song, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Geoffrey Wright,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1947


JG/Mu/000019
Music score - I Like Life, featured in the revue Tuppence Coloured, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd, also includes the score for Sing, Sweet Nightingale
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1947


JG/Mu/000020
Music score - I Like Life, hand written score featured in the revueTuppence Coloured, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1947


JG/Mu/000021
Music score - Sing, Sweet Nightingale, featured in the revue Tuppence Coloured, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1947


JG/Mu/000022
Music score - Sing, Sweet Nightingale, hand written score featured in the revue Tuppence Coloured, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1947


JG/Mu/000023
Music score - The Countess of Coteley, hand written score featured in the revue Tuppence Coloured, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1947


JG/Mu/000024
Music score - Picture Postcard, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1950


JG/Mu/000025
Music score - Love at Last, from the film Encore 1952, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Chappell and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1951


JG/Mu/000026
Music score - A Moment with Tennyson, hand written score sung by Joyce Grenfell and Julian Orchard in Lauier Lister's revue Penny Plain, words by Nicholas Phipps, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1951


JG/Mu/000027
Music score - Running Commentary, hand written score sung by Joyce Grenfell in Laurier Lister's revue Penny Plain, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1951


JG/Mu/000028
Music score - Ballad, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000029
Music score - Ethel, hand written score, featured in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000030
Music score - Hostess, hand written score, featured in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000031
Music score - Mrs Mendlicote, hand written score featured in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000032
Music score - Ordinary Morning, hand written score, featured in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000033
Music score - Songs From Many Lands, hand written score featured in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000034
Music score - Three Brothers, hand written score featured in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1954


JG/Mu/000035
Music score - It's Almost Tomorrow, hand written score, finale of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1954


JG/Mu/000036
Music score - Woman on the bus (If I had a wish), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1957


JG/Mu/000037
Music score - Wife's Song (All we ask is kindness), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1957


JG/Mu/000038
Music score - Dear Francois, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1959


JG/Mu/000039
Music score - Golden Wedding, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1959


JG/Mu/000040
Music score - Time, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1962


JG/Mu/000041
Music score - Slow Down, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000042
Music score - Old Time Dancing [also known as 'Stately as a Galleon'], hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000043
Music score - What Shall I Wear, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000044
Music score - Meaningless Song - first part of the 5 Encores, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000045
Music score - French Bergerette - second part of the 5 Encores, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000046
Music score - Willie-Waddle - third part of the 5 Encores, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000047
Music score - The Shepherd - fourth part of the 5 Encores, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000048
Music score - And now my song is Ended - fifth part of the 5 Encores, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000049
Music score - Learn to Loosen, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1965


JG/Mu/000050
Music score - The Ferry Boats of Sydney, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1965


JG/Mu/000051
Music score - I Wouldn't Go Back, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1965


JG/Mu/000052
Music score - Battle Cry - Bring Back the Silence, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1965


JG/Mu/000053
Music score - Bene, Molto Bene, Benjamin Brittan Dedication Song to celebrate the 20th Aldeburgh Festival, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1967


JG/Mu/000054
Music score - Quaint Little Shop - first song in the Wrong Songs for Wrong Singers (or songs to make you sick) series, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1965


JG/Mu/000055
Music score - Ha Ha Ha Song, second of the Wrong Songs for Wrong Singers (or songs to make you sick) series, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1965


JG/Mu/000056
Music score - I'se Standing on the Corner - third of the Wrong Songs for Wrong Singers (or songs to make you sick) series, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1965


JG/Mu/000057
Music score - Mind You I Don't Say Nowt - fourth song in the Wrong Songs for Wrong Singers (or songs to make you sick) series, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1965


JG/Mu/000058
Music score - I Feel Kinda Clean - fifth song in the Wrong Songs for Wrong Singers (or songs to make you sick) series, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1965


JG/Mu/000059
Music score - Unsuitable (I go bouncy when I hear the beat), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1967


JG/Mu/000060
Music score - Private "I", hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document 1960s


JG/Mu/000061
Music score - There isn't anywhere in the World, hand written score
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000062
Music score - Old Time Dancing - Stately as a Falcon, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document c 1964


JG/Mu/000063
Music score - Come Catch Me (Humorous Duet), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000064
Music score - Don't Let's Say Goodbye, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000065
Music score - Drifting, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000066
Music score - Farewell Eastbourne, hand written score,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000067
Music score - Freda and Eric, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000068
Music score - Good Night "You take the high road", hand written score
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000069
Music score - Green Time of Summer, hand written score, words and music by Joyce Grenfell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000070
Music score - Gypsy, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000071
Music score - Opening Sequence - Happy Hello, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000072
Music score - I Don't 'Alf Love You, hand written score, by Ken West
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000073
Music score - I'm Not in the Mood for News Today, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000074
Music score - In Case of, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000075
Music score - Into Battle A March for Fighting, hand written score, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000076
Music score - The Laund'rette, photocopied hand written score,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material


JG/Mu/000077
Music score - Let's All Go Dancing, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell,
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000078
Music score - London Song, hand written score, words and music by Joyce Grenfell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000079
Music score - Mediocre Song, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000080
Music score - Mediocre Waltz, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000081
Music score - Joyful Noise, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Donald Swann
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000082
Music score - My Heart's as Light as Air, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000083
Music score - New Duet (Lily Ann and the Prince), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000084
Music score - New Finale Song (Now the Evening's Over), hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000085
Music score - Pop-song, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000086
Music score - Rainbow Nights, photocopied score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Geoffrey Wright
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000087
Music score - Rock-A-Bye, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000088
Music score - St Jame's Park in Wartime, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, piano score by John Prichett
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000089
Music score - I Got An Itch, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by John Pritchett
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000090
Music score - Schottische, hand written score
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000091
Music score - See You Very Soon, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by William Blezard, note that says "Done at Royal Windsor as an encore"
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000092
Music score - Small Bare Room, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000093
Music score - Solitude, hand written score, written by anon, piano copy by John Prichett
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000094
Music score - Take Me To Tyron, hand written score
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000095
Music score - Underprivileged, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000096
Music score - When You Go, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000097
Music score - You Are Mine, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000098
Music score - You Give Me Pleasure, hand written score, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Refer to file re. Copyright
Written Document


JG/Mu/000099
Music score - theme from the Warsaw Concerto, by Richard Addinsell, from the R.K.O. Picture - Dangerous Moonlight, published by Keith Prowse and Co Ltd
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material


JG/Mu/000100
Music score - Joseph Cooper's Hidden Melodies from BBC Television's - Face the Music, published by Paxton, includes a hand written note to Joyce Grenfell from Joseph Paxton
Refer to file re. Copyright
Printed Material 1975


JG/Mu/000101
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of The Wedding of Miss Duck, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 22/09/1949


JG/Mu/000102
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of Charley Parken's Flower Song, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 20/12/1949


JG/Mu/000103
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of I'm Going Away To Leave You, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard,
LP Record 22/11/1951


JG/Mu/000104
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of All Night and Lord's Goin' To Set This World On Fire, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 27/12/1951


JG/Mu/000105
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of My Heart's As Light As Air, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 20/08/1952


JG/Mu/000106
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of Roude Provence, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 09/07/1952


JG/Mu/000107
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of Du Maurier, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 23/07/1952


JG/Mu/000108
Gramophone record - a gui de buire recording of All Night and Lord's Goin' To Set The World On Fire, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record 06/08/1952


JG/Mu/000109
Gramophone record - a Star Sound Studio's recording of The Yellow Rose of Texas and I Heard A Voice, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record


JG/Mu/000110
Gramophone record - a Star Sound Studio recording of Juice Bacon Has Gone Up A Dollar A Pound and All The Pretty Little Horses, sung by Joyce Grenfell, accompanied at the piano by Viola Tunnard
LP Record


JG/Mu/000111
Gramophone record - a His Master's Voice recording of The Destiny Theme, Semprini and The Invitation Waltz, includes note and a sketch by Joyce Grenfell, saying the record was a present from a friend
LP Record


JG/Mu/000112
Gramophone record - a His Master's Voice recording of Joyce Grenfell At Home, with William Blezard at the piano, includes on the sleeve reviews by critics
LP Record c 1958


JG/Mu/000113
Gramophone record - a C R D recording of Face The Music with Joseph Cooper - Piano Favourites and Hidden Memories
LP Record


JG/Mu/000114
Music score - part of I Like Life, words by Joyce Grenfell, music by Richard Addinsell
Written Document


JG/P/000001
Photograph - Aunt Eliza Pie with Nora Langhorne (mother of Joyce Grenfell) on her lap, Virginia
features in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure (chapter 1)
Photograph 1890s


JG/P/000002
Photograph - Joyce Phipps (later Grenfell), aged 3, with a fur coat on standing at the entrance of a house, black and white
Photograph 1913


JG/P/000003
Photograph - Joyce Phipps (later Grenfell), at Clear View School, Norwood, London, standing outside a house (?), black and white
Photograph c 1925


JG/P/000004
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, wearing a beret, black and white
Photograph 1932


JG/P/000005
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, for her first stage appearance in The Little Revue, photographed and signed by Angus McBean, London, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London, see also JG/PC/000001
Photograph 1939


JG/P/000006
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, for her first stage appearance in The Little Revue, photographed by Angus McBean, London, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London, see also JG/PC/000001
Photograph 1939


JG/P/000007
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell at the piano, a copy of the photograph in the book JG/P/000193, black and white
Photograph 1940s


JG/P/000008
Photograph - publicity photograph from the film The Lamp Still Burns, group of people around a hospital bed, in which Joyce Grenfell is a lecturer, black and white
Photograph 1943


JG/P/000009
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard embarking off an aeroplane at Baghdad airport being greeted by servicemen, two photographs slightly different, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000010
Photograph - side view of Joyce Grenfell in sunglasses, at Baghdad airport
see JG/P/000009
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000011
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell by a tree in Baghdad, caption on the reverse of the photograph says 'J G being a postcard girl', black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000012
Photograph - Viola Tunnard (pianist) sitting by a tree in Baghdad, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000013
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard with three unidentified officers in Baghdad, two photographs slightly different, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000014
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard, Stewart P? and Harold F? Pennfather sitting in a garden (?) in Baghdad, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000015
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard performing in an outdoor show to a group of soldiers on a makeshift stage in Palestine, two photographs at different angles, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000016
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard in Aleppo, Syria, on an Ensa tour, two photographs of them in the old town (?), one photograph features a small girl, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000017
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard (at the piano), on stage during one of their performances on the Ensa tour, in Aleppo, Syria, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000018
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and an unidentified officer at Krak des Chevaliers, Syria, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000019
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard and group of officers on an Ensa tour, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000020
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell surrounded by patients and nurses on a hospital tour in Setif, Algeria, two photographs slightly different, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000021
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell surrounded by wounded soldiers, at a New Zealand Hospital in Egypt, sent from Capt A Lancaster, Public Relations Officer for ENSA Entertainment, black and white
Photograph 1944


JG/P/000022
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, photographed by Ronald Procter, London, black and white
copyright of Ronald Procter (photographer), London
Photograph 1945 (?)


JG/P/000023
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell, three different poses, taken by Alexander Bender, London, black and white
copyright Alexander Bender (photographer), London
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000024
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, photographed by Alexander Bender, black and white
copyright of Alexander Bender (photographer), London, this photograph is mentioned in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 16
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000025
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, black and white
Photograph 1940s (?)


JG/P/000026
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Cyril Ritchard, Madge Elliott and Graham Payn on stage in the revue Sigh No More, Piccadilly Theatre, London, black and white
copyright of elman and glover (photographers), London
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000027
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing Travel Broadens the Mind, in the revue Sigh No More at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, black and white
copyright of elman and glover (photographers), London
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000028
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing Oh Mr Du Maurier! in the revue Sigh No More at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, three different poses from the same sketch, black and white
copyright of elman and glover (photographers), London
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000029
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing 'That is the end of the News' in the revue Sigh No More at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, black and white
copyright of elman and glover (photographers), London
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000030
Photograph - Globe Theatre, London, advertising the revue Tuppence Coloured, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, and Max Adrian, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000031
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing Echo Song (?) in the revue Tuppence Coloured, at the Globe Theatre, London, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000032
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, publicity photograph, for the revue Tuppence Coloured at the Globe Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000033
Photograph - publicity photograph of Joyce Grenfell in the film While the Sun Shines, directed by Anthony Asquith, Joyce standing in a door way, black and white
copyright of International Screenplays Ltd, London
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000034
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell, two copies mounted and signed by the photographer Angus McBean,
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1940s


JG/P/000035
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell (with a snail), in Gstaad(t), Switzerland, photographed by Victor Striebel (?), two copies, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000036
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell sitting in a field of flowers, in Gstaad(t) Switzerland, photographed by Victor Stiebel (?), black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000037
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Victor Stiebel in a country lane, in Gstaad(t) Switzerland, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000038
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell in front of some logs in Gstaad(t), Switzerland, photograph taken by Victor Stiebel, two copies the same, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000039
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in Gstaad(t) Switzerland, photographed by Victor Stiebel, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000040
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in Gstaad(t) Switzerland, photographed by Victor Stiebel, black and white
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000041
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, black and white
Photograph 1940s (?)


JG/P/000042
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell posing on a sofa, black and white
Photograph 1948


JG/P/000043
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell, two slightly different poses, black and white
Photograph 1949


JG/P/000044
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell posing with a gun, from the film Stage Fright in which she played a shooting gallery attendant, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, two slightly different poses, black and white
copyright of Warner Bros Pictures Distributing Corporation, USA
Photograph 1949 - 1950


JG/P/000045
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Alastair Sim in a publicity photograph for the film Stage Fright, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, in which Joyce Grenfell plays a shooting gallery attendant, black and white
copyright of Warner Brothers Pictures Distributing Corporation, USA
Photograph 1949 - 1950


JG/P/000046
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Alastair Sim and unidentified actor, in a publicity photograph for the film Stage Fright, in which Joyce plays a Shooting Gallery Attendant, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, black and white
copyright of Warner Bros Pictures Distributing Corporation
Photograph 1949 - 1950


JG/P/000047
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, writing material for their 'How' radio series, in Joyce's kitchen (?), black and white
Photograph 1940 - 1950s


JG/P/000048
Photographs - Carleton Hobbs, Stephen Potter, Joyce Grenfell, Ronnie Simpson, Gladys Young recording the 'How' radio series, three different photographs - one just with Carelton Hobbs and Jocye Grenfell, black and white
Photograph 1940 - 1950s


JG/P/000050
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and two unidentified soldiers at Fayid Hosptal Egypt, celebrating Christmas, black and white
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000051
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and unidentified soldier in Fayid, Egypt, walking in a garden, blackand white
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000052
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell posing with a group of unidentified soldiers in Fayid, Egypt, black and white
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000053
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and General Douglas Packard standing talking at a garden party (?), Fayid, Egypt, Christmas time, photographed by Sgt Ralph Humble - an official Army photograph, black and white
copyright of Sgt Ralph Humble, Army Public Relations Service
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000054
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell and a group of ladies from the Women's Royal Army Corps in Fayid, Egypt, two slgihtly different poses, photographed by Sgt Ralph Humble for the Army Public Relations Service, black and white
copyright of Sgt Ralph Humble, Army Public Relations Service
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000055
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell and an unidentified broadcaster, recording a radio programme for the Forces Broadcasting Service in Fayid, Egypt, photographed by F G W - an official army photograph, black and white
copyright of the Army Public Relations Service
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000056
Photograph - Viola Tunnard (pianist) relaxing in a chair, black and white
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000057
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard and unidentified man standing in a door way, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000058
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell standing in front of the Fountain of the Nymph Cyrene, Greece, black and white
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000059
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard walking across a road in Abu Snien(a), at an RAF base (?), three slightly different photographs, black and white
Photograph 1953


JG/P/000060
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard and Joyce Sharper (?) at a New Years Eve party, possibly abroad, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000061
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and an unidentified man laying a foundation stone at Old Age Pensioner's Houses in Islington (?), photographed by Keystone Press Agency, black and white
copyright of Keystone Press Agency, London
Photograph 1950


JG/P/000062
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell at the Theatrical Garden Party, black and white
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000063
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and others (see Notes) in a group photograph at the Oxford University Dramatic Society, Oxford, photographed by Westmoreland Studios, Oxford, black and white
also in photograph: Viola Tunnard, Terence Rattigan, John Gielgud, Michael Denison, Robert Speight, Richard Corlder (?), Barry Jones, Janie Baxter, Emlyn Williams, Mary Ellis, Irene Kimburgh, Pamela Brown and Jean Cadell (?) and others unidentified
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000064
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell carrying boxing gloves in a publicity photograph for the film The Happiest Days of Your Life, in which she played Miss Gossage, directed by Frank Launder, black and white photo
for press cuttings see JG/PC/000027
Photograph 1950


JG/P/000065
Photograph - Jocye Grenfell in a Army uniform for a publicity photograph for the film Laughter in Paradise, in which she plays Elizabeth Robson, directed by Mario Zampi, black and white
for press cuttings see JG/PC/000028
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000066
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Robert Donat and Maria Schell in a publicity photograph for the film The Magic Box, in which Joyce Grenfell plays Mrs Clare, directed by John Boulting, black and white
for press cuttings see JG/PC/000029
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000067
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell, Gregory Peck, Jane Griffiths and Hugh Wakefield in publicity photographs for the film The Million Pound Note, in which Joyce Grenfell plays the Duchess of Cromarty, directed by Ronald Neame, black and white
copyright of George Courtney Ward (photographer), for press cuttings see JG/PC/000047
Photograph 1953


JG/P/000068
Photograph - Desomnd Walter Ellis, Max Adrian and Jimmy Thompson in St Trinian's style costumes performing 'Surly Girls' (?) in the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, publicity photograph by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000069
Photograph - Max Adrian and Desmond Walter Ellis in top hats and glasses performing in the revue Penny Plain, St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyrgiht of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000070
Photograph - Douglas Walter Ellis as a photographer performing in the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000071
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph performing 'Life and Literature' in the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000072
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph performing 'Life and Literature' in the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000073
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph performing 'A Moment with Tennyson' in the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000074
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell performing as 'Maud' in a publicity photograph for the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000075
Photograph - Max Adrian and Desmond Walter Ellis standing in a street on tour with the revue Penny Plain, black and white
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000076
Photograph - Moyra Fraser knitting, on tour with Penny Plain, black and white
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000077
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Desmond Walter Ellis, Max Adrian and Moyra Fraser in a garden on tour with Penny Plain, black and white
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000078
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on tour with Penny Plain, photographed by Keystone Press Agency, black and white
copyright of Keystone Press Agency, London
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000079
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard and Joyce Sharper beside a car, possibly aboard, black and white
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000080
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and a group of children at a Nursery School in Essex (?), the other photograph is at the same event and is of Joyce Grenfell and the mayor and mayoress (?), photographed by Stanley C Carr, black and white
copyright of Stanley C Carr (photographer), London
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000081
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and a group of children at Oldham Nursery School, Lancashire, photographed by the Oldham Chronicle, black and white
copyright of the Oldham Chronicle
Photograph 1952


JG/P/000082
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Richard Murdoch and Robert Moreston at the Royal London Society for the Blind concert, photographed by Norman E Law, black and white
copyright of Norman E Law (photographer), London
Photograph 12/1953


JG/P/000083
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell being presented flowers by a blind girl at the Royal London Society for the Blind concert, photographed by Herbert J Beck, same function as JG/P/000082, black and white
copyright of Herbert J Beck (photographer), London
Photograph 12/1953


JG/P/000084
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Irving Davies, Beryl Kaye and Paddy Stone performing 'The Palais Dancers' (?) in a publicity photograph for the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000085
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell a publicity photograph dressed in the costume for the sketch 'Women at Work' which was performed in the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000086
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph in the costume for the sketch 'Songs My Mother Taught Me' from the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London, for comments about the costume see Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 18
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000087
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell and Beryl Kaye in a publicity photograph in costume for the sketch 'Songs My Mother Taught Me' from the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London, for comments about the costume see Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 18
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000088
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph in the costume for the sketch 'Learn to Loosen' from the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000089
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph in the costume for the sketch 'The Countess of Coteley' from the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, black and white
Photograph 1950s


JG/P/000090
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Paddy Stone/Irving Davies (?) in a publicity photograph in costume for the sketch 'The Countess of Coteley' from the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, black and white
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000091
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph in the costume for the sketch 'Visitor' from the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
copyright of Angus McBean (photographer), London
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000092
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph for the film The Belles of St Trinians' (?), in which she played policewoman Ruby Gates, she is dressed as one of the pupils, directed by Frank Launder, black and white
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000093
Photograph - Daphne Oxenford with her daughter Sophie Marshall, Joyce Grenfell was her God Mother, photographed by Mirrorpic, black and white
copyright of Mirrorpic, London
Photograph 1954


JG/P/000094
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell walking along a street in Leeds, black and white
Photograph 1955


JG/P/000095
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell embarking from an aeroplane, on a trip to Northern Rhodesia to open a Playhouse, accompanied in one of the photographs by Viola Tunnard, photographed by T Gorecki, black and white
copyright of T Gorecki (photographer), N Rhodesia, for press cuttings of this event see JG/PC/000052
Photograph 1956


JG/P/000096
Photograph - Viola Tunnard at the piano, photographed by Sandra Lousada (?), black and white
copyright of Sandra Lousada (photographer), London
Photograph 1950s


JG/P/000097
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Richard Addinsell aboard R M S Mauretania, crossing from Britain to New York, photograph by W A Probst, black and white
copyright of W A Probst, Cunard Line Photographer
Photograph 1955


JG/P/000098
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell carrying an armful of Christmas presents aboard the Queen Mary, returning from New York to Britain, photographed by W A Probst, black and white
copyright of W A Probst, Cunard Line Photographer
Photograph 12/1957


JG/P/000099
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell as Sergeant Ruby Gates in a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, photographed by John Hearder, black and white
copyright of John Hearder (photographer), Sydney
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000100
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell as Sergeant Ruby Gates in a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, three different poses, black and white
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000101
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell as Sergeant Ruby Gates, dressed in disguise for a walking tour a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, four different poses, black and white
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000102
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Lloyd Lamble as Sergeant Ruby Gates and Superintendent Kemp-Bird in a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, photographed by Norman Hargood, black and white
copyright of Norman Hargood, explanation of the scene on the reverse of the photograph
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000103
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Lloyd Lamble as Sergeant Ruby Gates and Superintendent Kemp-Bird in a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, photographed by Norman Hargood, black and white
copyright of Norman Hargood, explanation of the scene on the reverse of the photograph
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000104
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Terry-Thomas as Sergeant Ruby Gates and Captain Carlton Ricketts (Romney) in a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, seated driving in a car, black and white
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000105
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell and Terry-Thomas as Sergeant Ruby Gates and Captain Carlton Ricketts (Romney) in publicity photographs for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, two different shots of the same scene, black and white
scene is in an Italian cafi
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000106
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Lionel Jeffries and an unidentified actor as Sergeant Ruby Gates and Joe Mangan in a publicity photograph for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, directed by Frank Launder, photographed by Norman Hargood, black and white
copyright of Norman Hargood, explanation of the scene on the reverse of the photograph, scene in an Italian cafi
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000107
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell and Terry-Thomas as Sergeant Ruby Gates and Captain Carlton Ricketts (Romney) in publicity photographs for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, three different photographs of the same scene where they perform the tango
copyright of Norman Hargood (photographer), two of the photographs have an explanation of the scene on the reverse of them
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000108
Photograph - Jocye Grenfell (Sergeant Ruby Gates), Terry-Thomas (Captain Carlton Ricketts) and Frank Launder, discussing the scene 'Two to Tango' from the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, photographed by Norman Hargood, black and white
copyright of Norman Hargood, explanation of the scene on the reverse of the photograph
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000109
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Connie Alderson at Edmonton Airport, Canada in winter on Joyce's tour of North America
Photograph 02/1958


JG/P/000110
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell with Mrs Hook, wife of the Rector of Chelsea in the Rectory Garden with a sun dial, photograph taken by a BBC photographer, Joyce Grenfell interviewed Mrs Hook for BBC Women's Hour, black and white
copyright of the BBC
Photograph 02/06/1959


JG/P/000111
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell standing overlooking Sydney harbour, Australia, during one of her Australian tours, black and white
Photograph 1950s - 1960s (?)


JG/P/000112
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell being presented flowers by Mr Clews at Colindale Hospital Fete, black and white
Mr Clews was a friend of Joyce Grenfell and is discussed in Joyce Grenfell In Pleasant Places, chapter 12
Photograph 1950s


JG/P/000113
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell with an umbrella, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white
Photograph 1940 - 1950s (?)


JG/P/000114
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage in one of her shows (not specified), seated on a chair, black and white
Photograph 1940 - 1950s (?)


JG/P/000115
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage in one of her shows (not specified), black and white
Photograph 1940s - 1950s (?)


JG/P/000116
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell undoing some Christmas gifts, in New York (?), during one of Joyce Grenfell's tours of the USA (?), photographed by Odhams Press Ltd, black and white
copyright of Odhams Press Ltd, New York
Photograph 1950s (?)


JG/P/000117
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a hat, in New York (?), during one of Joyce Grenfell's tours of USA (?), photographed by Odhams Press Ltd, black and white
copyright of Odhams Press Ltd, New York
Photograph 1950s (?)


JG/P/000118
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (?), trying on a hat in a mirror in New York (?), during one of Joyce's USA tours (?), photographed by Odhams Press Ltd, black and white
copyright of Odhams Press Ltd, New York
Photograph 1950s


JG/P/000119
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and unidentified radio broadcast, during a recording for WOR radio, New York, photographed by Odhams Press Ltd, black and white
copyright of Odhams Press Ltd, New York
Photograph 1950s


JG/P/000120
Photograph - William Blezard relaxing in a field, black and white photograph
Photograph 1950s - 1960s (?)


JG/P/000121
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in South Africa, photographed by Leon Levson, black and white
copyright of Leon Levson (photographer), South Africa
Photograph 1950s (?)


JG/P/000122
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, photographed by Leon Levson, black and white
copyright of Leon Levson (photographer), South Africa
Photograph 1950s (?)


JG/P/000123
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on a lawn with a glass of wine (?) in South Africa, photographed by Leon Levson (?), black and white
Photograph 1950s (?)


JG/P/000124
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell in various different poses, photographed by Leon Levson in South Africa, black and white, (includes folder which previously held the photographs)
copyright Leon Levson (photographer), South Africa
Photograph 1950s (?)


JG/P/000125
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and a group of children, showing the children a poster for her show 'For Seven Good Reasons', black and white
Photograph 1960


JG/P/000126
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on a balcony aboard, colour photograph
Photograph 1961


JG/P/000127
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell with a black background, photographed by Anthony Buckley, black and white
copyright of Anthony Buckley (photographer), London
Photograph 1962


JG/P/000128
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage in rehearsal for her one-woman show Joyce Grenfell in an evening of monologues and songs, Haymarket, London, dress worn by Joyce Grenfell is designed by Victor Stiebel, black and white
copyright of the Sport and General Press Agency, London
Photograph 1962


JG/P/000129
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard at the piano, in rehearsal for the one-woman show Joyce Grenfell in an evening of monologues and songs, Haymarket, London, dress worn by Joyce Grenfell is designed by Victor Stiebel, black and white
copyright of the Sport and Press Agency, London
Photograph 1962


JG/P/000130
Photographs - the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London with Joyce Grenfell's name in lights, advertising her one-woman show Joyce Grenfell in an evening of monologues and songs, black and white
the Haymarket is mentioned in the book Joyce Grenfell In Pleasant Places, chapter 7
Photograph 1962


JG/P/000131
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (Hortense Astor) and Ingrid Bergamn (Gerda Millett) in a publicity photograph for the film The Yellow Rolls Royce, directed by Anthony Asquith, the actresses are sitting in a grand hall, black and white
Photograph 1964


JG/P/000132
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (Hortense Astor) and Ingrid Bergman (Gerda Millett) and (?) Asquith in a photograph from the set of the film The Yellow Rolls Royce, directed by Anthony Asquith, black and white
Photograph 1964


JG/P/000133
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (Hortense Astor) and Omar Sharif (Davich) on set in the film The Yellow Rolls Royce, directd by Anthony Asquith, black and white
Photograph 1964


JG/P/000134
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in her walking gear at Minsmere surrounded by tall grasses, black and white
Photograph 1960s (?)


JG/P/000135
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell standing by a building in hat and coat, signed photograph, black and white
Photograph 1963


JG/P/000136
Photograph - Viola Tunnard reading sitting on a bench, black and white
Photograph 1963


JG/P/000137
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and a group of unidentified people at the North Islington Nursery School, black and white
Photograph 1963 (?)


JG/P/000138
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell giving the lecture 'View from a small corner' at the Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, black and white
copyright of Lanchester College of Technology, for script of this lecture see JG/PS/000403
Photograph 11/05/1965


JG/P/000139
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears posing in front of a house in Aldeburgh, black and white
Photograph 1967


JG/P/000140
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and unidentified lady addressing parents and friends at the summer meeting (possibly at Claremont Fan Court School (?)), black and white
Photograph 1968


JG/P/000141
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Andre Pavin and John (?), sitting on a panel possibly for Call the Tune or Face the Music, black and white
Photograph 1960s - 1970s (?)


JG/P/000142
Photograph - the cast of Face the Music a BBC television programme, including Joseph Cooper, Walter Todds (producer), Robin Ray, Joyce Grenfell and David Attenborough, black and white
copyright of BBC television
Photograph 1976


JG/P/000143
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, colour photograph
Photograph 1970s (?)


JG/P/000144
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Henrietta Buckmaster (Home Forum editor of the Christian Science Monitor and author of a book on St Paul), seated near a window, colour photograph
Photograph 1970s


JG/P/000145
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell at a book signing for her autobiography Joyce Greenfell Requests the Pleasure, black and white
Photograph 1976


JG/P/000146
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell at a book signing in Aldeburgh for her autobiography Joyce Grenfell in Pleasant Places, also in photograph are Reggie Grenfell, Bert and Koan Axell, photograph taken 20 days before Joyce died, black and white
copyright of East Anglian Daily Times Co Limited
Photograph 16/11/1979


JG/P/000147
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell with Spike Milligan, standing talking in a hall, two different shots, black and white
Photograph 1960s - 1970 (?)


JG/P/000148
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in her flat, with lots of framed photographs of her family on the wall around her, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000150
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell in her flat, with the portrait of her grandmother Jessie Phipps (painted by Sargent) in the background, three different shots, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000151
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell leaning out of a train door with some flowers, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000152
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a hat, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000153
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and unidentified man, she is being given a certificate from Leeds Grand Theatre and Opera House, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000154
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell holding a bunch of flowers, photograph taken by John Breen of Liverpool, black and white
copyright of John Breen, Liverpool
Photograph 1952 (?)


JG/P/000155
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell touching her nose with her hand, taken in Toronto, Canada (?), black and white
copyright of The Telegraph, Toronto, Canada
Photograph


JG/P/000156
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a hat, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000157
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell reading The Tales of Peter Rabbit for the BBC children's television programme Jackanory, four different shots, photographed by Janet Stone, black and white
copyright of Janet Stone (photographer), Dorset
Photograph 1960s - 1970s (?)


JG/P/000158
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, William Blezard and Princess Alexandra at the memorial concert for Harold Craxton the pianist, black and white
copyright of Southern Photographers, Croydon
Photograph 1971 (?)


JG/P/000159
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell at her desk surrounded by papers, taken by Ian Cook, black and white
copyright of Ian Cook (photographer), London
Photograph 1970s (?)


JG/P/000160
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a headscarf sitting in a garden (?), black and white, photographed by Victor Striebel
Photograph


JG/P/000161
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (with her eyes shut), photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones, London
Photograph 1959 (?)


JG/P/000162
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoulders portrait) in a fur scarf, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), three different shots, black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph


JG/P/000163
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (heads and shoulders portrait) with a wooly jumper on, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), two different shots, black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph


JG/P/000164
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoudlers portrait), black and white, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon)
Photograph


JG/P/000165
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoulders portrait), photographed by Godfrey Argent, black and white
copyright of Godfrey Argent (photographer), London
Photograph


JG/P/000166
Portrait Photoograph - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoulders portrait), photographed by Godfrey Argent, black and white
copyright of Godfrey Argent (photographer), London
Photograph


JG/P/000167
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoulders portrait), two different poses, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000168
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell in a black long dress, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), two different shots, black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph 1957


JG/P/000169
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell in a hat, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), three different shots, black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph 1960


JG/P/000170
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoulders portrait), black background, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), black and white
copyright Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph 1959


JG/P/000171
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell (head and shoulders portrait), photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), two different shots, black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph 1959


JG/P/000172
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell (slightly out of focus), three different shots for the cover of the gramophone record Joyce Grenfell At Home, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph 1958


JG/P/000173
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, (head and shoulders portrait) side view, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000174
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell, seven different shots, she is wearing a pair of black gloves, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000175
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell with a parasol, five different shots, photographed by Hugh Fisher
copyright of Hugh Fisher (photographer), Eltham
Photograph


JG/P/000176
Portrait Photographs - Joyce Grenfell, with a black background, wearing white gloves, seven different poses, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), used for promotion for Joyce Grenfell in a programme of monologues and songs, black and white
copyright Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London
Photograph


JG/P/000177
Photograph - Ruth Draper, signed in 1926, glass framed, photographed by Dorothy Wilding, black and white
copyright of Dorothy Wilding
Photograph 1926


JG/P/000178
Photograph - silhouette of unknown female figure, possibly Virginia Graham (?), glass framed
Photograph early 1900s (?)


JG/P/000179
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing Oh Mr Du Maurier! in the revue Sigh No More at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, glass framed
see JG/P/000028
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000180
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing 'That is the end of the News' in the revue Sigh No More at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, black and white, glass framed
see JG/P/000029
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000181
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing Echo Song (?) in the revue Tuppence Coloured, at the Globe Theatre, London, black and white, glass frame
Photograph 1947


JG/P/000182
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell and Viola Tunnard around a piano on an ENSA tour, black and white, glass frame
Photograph 1944 - 1946


JG/P/000183
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, wearing a costume based on the portrait of her grandmother by Sargent, photographed by Alexander Bender (?), signed to "Marge" by Joyce Grenfell, in glass frame
copyright of Alexander Bender, London, similar to JG/P/000024
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000184
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell singing, black and white, glass frame
same photograph JG/P/000025
Photograph 1942


JG/P/000185
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell in a publicity photograph performing 'A Moment with Tennyson' in the revue Penny Plain at St Martin's Theatre, London, photographed by Angus McBean, black and white, glass frame
same photograph as JG/P/000073
Photograph 1951 - 1952


JG/P/000186
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell with unidentified actress in a publicity photograph for a film (?), black and white, glass frame
Photograph 1945


JG/P/000187
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, in a black long dress, photographed by Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), signed by Joyce Grenfell with the words 'To dear Mr Clews from his elderly friend!', glass frame, black and white
copyright of Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon), London, see JG/P/000168 for photograph, mention of Mr Clews in Joyce Grenfell in Pleasant Places chapter 12
Photograph


JG/P/000188
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing 'Picture Postcard' in a publicity photograph for the revue Penny Plain, glass frame, black and white
Photograph 1951


JG/P/000189
Photograph - the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London with Joyce Grenfell's name in lights, advertising her one-woman show Joyce Grenfell in an evening of monologues and songs, black and white, glass frame
for same photograph see JG/P/000130
Photograph 1962


JG/P/000190
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, Rose Hill and Moyra Fraser in a publicity photograph for the revue Penny Plain, St Martin's Theatre, London, on stage performing 'Joyful Noise', background chrous was designed by Osbert Lancester, glass frame, black and white
Photograph 1950 - 1951


JG/P/000191
Photograph - group of young boys surrounding a boxing ring - two of the boys have boxing gloves on, glass frame, black and white
Photograph


JG/P/000192
Print - framed print by Henri Rousseau entitled 'La Carriole de M Juniet', coloured
Artwork


JG/P/000193
Album - photographs of Joyce Grenfell and poems by Joyce Grenfell, photographs are possibly taken at Parrs Cottage and include Joyce at the piano, writing letters, reading(?),
Photograph 1930s - 1940s (?)


JG/P/000194
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell aged 3 years old, glass frame, black and white
Photograph 1913 (?)


JG/P/000195
Portrait Photograph - Joyce Grenfell, side view, black and white
see JG/P/000041 for the same photograph
Photograph 1940s (?)


JG/P/000196
Photograph - Joyce Grenfell on stage performing 'That is the end of the News' in the revue Sigh No More at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, black and white
for other copies of this photograph see JG/P/000029 and JG/P/000180
Photograph 1945


JG/PB/000001
Poster - Joyce Grenfell at home, a programme of monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, for the re-opening of the Olympia Theatre, London,
Printed Material 16/09/1957


JG/PB/000002
Poster - booklet of adverts titled San Francisco's Official Visitors and Amusement Guide, includes an advert for Joyce Grenfell bids you Good Evening
Printed Material 02/1958


JG/PB/000003
Poster - advert for Joyce Grenfell bids you Good Evening at the Huntington Hartford, includes a portrait photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 02/1958


JG/PB/000004
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
Printed Material 29/03/1958


JG/PB/000005
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell in a programme of monologues and songs at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, with William Blezard at the piano
Printed Material 1957 (?)


JG/PB/000006
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, at the Theatre de la Cour Saint-Pierre, Geneva
Printed Material 1964


JG/PB/000007
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell in a program of her inimitable Monologues and Songs, with William Blezard at the piano
Printed Material


JG/PB/000008
Poster - about Joyce Grenfell in America, includes photocopies of newspaper reviews about her show, sent out by the William Morris Agency
Printed Material


JG/PB/000009
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell The British Comedienne of Ed Sullivan's TV Show
Printed Material


JG/PB/000010
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell appearing at the Geary Theatre, San Francisco, includes an advert for a copy of the record Joyce Grenfell bids you Good Evening
Printed Material


JG/PB/000011
Poster - advertising An Evening of Candid Snapshots - Joyce Grenfell bids you a Good Evening, with George Bauer at the piano, sent out by William Morris Agency
Printed Material


JG/PB/000012
Poster - advertising A delightful evening of comedy and songs - Joyce Grenfell and at the piano George Bauer, sent out by William Morris Agency
Printed Material


JG/PB/000013
Poster - advertising the book Darling Ma - Joyce Grenfell letters to her mother 1932 - 1944, edited by James Roose-Evans
Printed Material 1988


JG/PB/000014
Poster - advertising Meet the Author - special evening lecture given by Joyce Grenfell, at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
Printed Material 09/09/1976


JG/PB/000015
Poster - advertising Joyce Grenfell in her all new programme of Monologues and Songs, with George Bauer at the piano, at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
Printed Material 1957 - 1958


JG/PB/000016
Poster - advertising the revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure with Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone and Irving Davies at the Bijou Theatre, New York
Printed Material 1955 - 1956


JG/PB/000017
Poster - advertising an exhibition of British Portraits at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, portrait pictured is of Joyce Grenfell's grandmother Jessie Phipps, painted by Sargent
portrait mentioned in the book Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 4
Printed Material 1956 - 1957


JG/PB/000018
Poster - Joyce Grenfell, in a Gala Charity Performance called For Seven Good Reasons, with William Blezard at the piano, at the Scala Theatre, London, glass frame
Printed Material 26/09/1960 - 01/10/1960


JG/PB/000019
Poster - Joyce Grenfell in a programme of monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, at the Haymarket Theatre, London, glass frame
Printed Material 1962 - 1963


JG/PB/000020
Poster - Joyce Grenfell in a programme of her monologues and songs with William Blezard at the piano, at the Queen's Theatre, London, glass frame
Printed Material 1964 - 1965


JG/PC/000001
Magazine - Theatre World, includes two photographs of Joyce Grenfell, including her publicity photograph for The Little Revue and a photograph of her performing the Local Library sketch p.83 - 84
Printed Material 04/1941


JG/PC/000002
Press cutting - from The Observer, discussing Joyce Grenfell's performance in Mr Farjeon's revue Light and Shade, at the Ambassador
Printed Material 30/08/1942


JG/PC/000003
Magazine - Leader Magazine, contains an article entitled Profile of the greatest success in the new Noel Coward revue Joyce Grenfell by Lesley Blanch, includes several photographs and a background as to how Joyce went into the theatre
Printed Material 15/09/1945


JG/PC/000004
Press cutting - poem taken from The Observer newspaper entitled The Plane Tree written by Joyce Grenfell, one cutting taken by Wollgar & Roberts press cutting agency
Printed Material 03/02/1946


JG/PC/000005
Press cutting - from To-day's Cinema - News and Property Gazette, photograph of Joyce Grenfell and Barbara White in a scene from While the Sun Shines
Printed Material 13/12/1946


JG/PC/000006
Press cutting - article taken from Picture Post entitled The Christmas Mockers - in which Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell work out the programme on How To Cope At Christmas, includes several photographs
Printed Material 28/12/1946


JG/PC/000007
Press cutting - from the Bournemouth Echo, a review of the revue Tuppence Coloured, performed by the artists Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch and Max Adrian on stage at the Bournemouth Pavilion
Printed Material 19/08/1947


JG/PC/000008
Press cuttings - from Brighton Herald and Sussex Daily News, reviews of the revue Tuppence Coloured, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch and Max Adrian, on stage at the Theatre Royal, Brighton
Printed Material 26/08/1947


JG/PC/000009
Press cuttings - from various publications, mainly reviews for the revue Tuppence Coloured, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch and Max Adrian, at the Lyric, Hammersmith, includes various photographs of the production
Printed Material 01/09/1947 - 30/10/1947


JG/PC/000010
Press cuttings - from various publications, reviews of the revue Tuppence Coloured, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch and Max Adrian, having transferred to The Globe Theatre, London, includes various production photographs
Printed Material 01/10/1947 - 12/06/1948


JG/PC/000011
Press cuttings - from various publications, reviews of various radio programmes that Joyce Grenfell appeared in, including Third Programme, A Note with Music, "How", Women's Hour, in 1947, 1951, 1957, 1958
See also JG/PC/000039
Printed Material 26/09/1947 - 02/01/1958


JG/PC/000012
Press cuttings - two mentions of Joyce Grenfell, one in the News Chronicle and one in Manchester Guardian, when discussing artists of the day
Printed Material 13/03/1948 - 10/08/1948


JG/PC/000013
Press cutting - from the Sunday Graphic, an article written by Joyce Grenfell entitled A Case for putting Radio on the Ration
Printed Material 07/11/1948


JG/PC/000014
Press cuttings - from the Edinburgh Evening Despatch and Weekly Sketch, two photographs of Joyce Grenfell in the film Poet's Pub
Printed Material 07/1949


JG/PC/000015
Press cuttings - extract from the Weekly News an interview with Joyce Grenfell about her work entitled Girl Of All The Talents
Printed Material 22/01/1949


JG/PC/000016
Press cuttings - extracts from the Radio Times and the Daily Herald, two reviews of Joyce Grenfell's radio show A Note with Music
Printed Material 02/1949


JG/PC/000017
Press cutting - extract from The Listener, an article entitled The Spoken Word by Martin Armstrong, discussing Joyce Grenfell's poem Portraits Among Other Things
Printed Material 21/04/1949


JG/PC/000018
Press cutting - extract from Television Weekly, an article on the revue Tuppence Coloured, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch and Max Adrian being performed on television
Printed Material 27/08/1949


JG/PC/000019
Press cutting - extract from Daily Express, advertising Joyce Grenfell's performance with Richard Addinsell
Printed Material 21/09/1949


JG/PC/000020
Press cutting - extract from Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, a short review of Joyce Grenfell's performance at the City Hall, Newcastle
Printed Material 28/03/1950


JG/PC/000021
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews for the revue Penny Plain on its pre-London tour, it was performed in Cambridge, Glasgow, Bournemouth, Liverpool and Brighton, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian
Also starring Desmond Walter-Ellis
Printed Material 15/05/1951 - 19/06/1951


JG/PC/000022
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews for the revue Penny Plain, St Martin's Theatre, London, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian and Desmond Walter-Ellis, includes some photographs
Printed Material 20/06/1951 - 21/07/1952


JG/PC/000023
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews for gramophone records by Joyce Grenfell, records include various single song records, Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, Joyce Grenfell At Home
Printed Material 06/09/1951 - 13/04/1958


JG/PC/000024
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews for television work by Joyce Grenfell, programmes include: How to Broadcast, Brain's Trust, Call the Tune, Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, Face the Music, I Know What I Like, Music For You,
Other programmes: Question Time, Chelsea at Nine, Off The Record, Ed Sullivan Show, USA - (Elvis also appeared on this show)
Printed Material 06/01/1951 - 03/01/1958


JG/PC/000025
Press cutting - extract from the Fifeshire Advertiser, photograph of Joyce Grenfell and Alistair Sim from the film Stage Fright
Printed Material 13/01/1951


JG/PC/000026
Press cutting - extract from Sketch, photograph of Joyce Grenfell, Jimmy Hanley, Rene Ray, Basil Radford, A E Matthews from the film The Galloping Major
Printed Material 23/05/1951


JG/PC/000027
Press cutting - extract from The Auckland Star, advertising the film The Happiest Days of Your Life, starring Margaret Rutherford, Alistair Sim and Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 04/01/1951


JG/PC/000028
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews of the film Laughter in Paradise, starring Joyce Grenfell and Alastair Sim, includes photographs from the film
Printed Material 19/05/1951 - 01/03/`952


JG/PC/000029
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews and photographs of the film The Magic Box, cast included Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 13/09/1951 - 10/1951


JG/PC/000030
Press cutting - extract from the Radio Times, advertisement for Festival Parade - the fourth of six fortnightly gala programmes, featuring Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 15/06/1951


JG/PC/000031
Press cutting - extract from English Digest, article by Joyce Grenfell, entitled Actress by Accident
Printed Material 03/1951


JG/PC/000032
Magazine cutting - article from Housewife, by Joyce Grenfell, entitled Turning Out, includes many photographs of Joyce Grenfell, both on stage and on screen, (two copies)
Printed Material 06/1951


JG/PC/000033
Press cutting - extract from Weldon's Ladie's Journal, a short article about Holiday Makers by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 09/1951


JG/PC/000034
Press cutting - extract from Indicator and West London Chronicle, entitled Joyce Grenfell - Local Girl, gives a brief biography of Joyce's work
Printed Material 08/12/1951


JG/PC/000035
Press cuttings - extract from Picture Post, includes various photographs of actors and actresses, including Joyce Grenfell and Elisabeth Welch from Penny Plain
Printed Material 22/12/1951


JG/PC/000036
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews of Penny Plain when it was performed on television, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian and Desmond Walter-Ellis
Printed Material 28/04/1952 - 05/05/1952


JG/PC/000037
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews of the revue Penny Plain, on its post-London tour, places visited were Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham, Leeds, Aberdeen, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, and Wimbledon,
starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, Douglas Walter-Ellis
Printed Material 31/08/1952 - 05/11/1952


JG/PC/000038
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers about Princess Margaret's visit to St Martin's Theatre to see the revue Penny Plain, starring Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, Douglas Walter-Ellis
Printed Material 31/10/1951 - 14/12/1952


JG/PC/000039
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews of Joyce Grenfell's radio work, see also JG/PC/000011
Printed Material 17/01/1952 - 12/1954


JG/PC/000040
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews of the film The Pickwick Papers, cast includes Joyce Grenfell, Harry Fowler, George Robey, Donald Wolfitt, Nigel Patrick, includes photographs
Printed Material 13/11/1951 - 17/06/1953


JG/PC/000041
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, concerning Joyce Grenfell's trip to entertain the troops around the Suez Canal
Printed Material 23/01/1953 - 13/02/1953


JG/PC/000042
Press cutting - extract from Bridgwater Mercury, review of Joyce Grenfell's performance at the Bridgwater Arts Centre
Printed Material 03/02/1953


JG/PC/000043
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews for Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, pre-London tour, visiting Stratford-upon-Avon, the Olympia in Dublin, and the New Theatre, Oxford
Printed Material 15/03/1954 - 15/05/1954


JG/PC/000044
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, at the Fortune Theatre, London, also starring Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone, Irving Davies
Printed Material 06/1954 - 01/1955


JG/PC/000045
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, at St Martin's Theatre, London, also starring Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone, Irving Davies
Printed Material 09/1954 - 12/1954


JG/PC/000046
Press cutting - extract from Picture Show and Film Pictorial, photograph and short summary of the film Forbidden Cargo, featuring Joyce Grenfell, Nigel Patrick
Printed Material 29/05/1954


JG/PC/000047
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews and photographs for the film The Million Pound Note, featuring Joyce Grenfell and Geoffrey Peck
Printed Material 15/05/1953 - 27/02/1954


JG/PC/000048
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews and photographs for the film The Belles of St Trinians, featuring Joyce Grenfell and Alastair Sim
Printed Material 10/03/1954 - 03/01/1955


JG/PC/000049
Press cuttings - extract from Picture Show & Film Pictorial, photographs of Joyce Grenfell in some of her film roles, films include Genevieve, Forbidden Cargo, The Happiest Days of Your Life, The Million Pound Note and Laughter in Paradise
Printed Material 04/12/1954


JG/PC/000050
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure on its post-London tour, visiting Liverpool, Leeds, Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford, Glasgow and Aberdeen,
Printed Material 27/01/1955 - 11/05/1955


JG/PC/000051
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, including reviews and interviews with Joyce Grenfell, concerning her revue Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, at the Bijou Theatre, New York, USA
Printed Material 08/01/1955 - 10/02/1956


JG/PC/000052
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, concerning Joyce Grenfell's trip to Northern Rhodesia, to open a Playhouse and perform at Lusaka, Luanshya, Kitwe and Livingstone
Printed Material 07/06/1956 - 11/06/1956


JG/PC/000053
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews/photographs of Joyce Grenfell's tour of USA and Canada, places she visited include Atlanta, Ann Arbor, Lima, Washington, Toronto, Montreal, Lynchberg,
Printed Material 18/09/1956 - 22/12/1956


JG/PC/000054
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, obituaries and tributes to Ruth Draper, including a personal tribute from Joyce Grenfell
Ruth Draper was a friend of Joyce Grenfell's family, see chapter 17 in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure
Printed Material 31/12/1956 - 03/01/1957


JG/PC/000055
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews of Joyce Grenfell performing her monologues and songs in various locations, including Lancaster, Whitehaven, and Carlisle
Printed Material 24/05/1957 - 31/05/1957


JG/PC/000056
Press cuttings - extracts from various newspapers, reviews and photographs of the Joyce Grenfell At Home pre-London tour, visiting Glasgow, Dublin and Newcastle
Printed Material 12/09/1957 - 01/10/1957


JG/PC/000057
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews and advertisements for Joyce Grenfell's one-woman revue, at the Lyric, Hammersmith
Printed Material 01/07/1957 - 12/11/1957


JG/PC/000058
Press cutting - extract from Picture Show and Film Pictorial, photograph and mention of the film Happy is the Bride, starring Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 26/10/1957 - 08/03/1958


JG/PC/000059
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, advertisements, reviews, photographs for the film Blue Murder at St Trinian's, starring Alastair Sim, Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 17/04/1957 - 15/03/1958


JG/PC/000060
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, reviews, photograph, articles about Joyce Grenfell's one-woman revue touring Canada and the USA, ending up at the Lyceum Theatre, New York, USA
Printed Material 04/02/1958 - 21/04/1958


JG/PC/000061
Press cuttings - extracts from the Evening News and Home Chat, article wishing Joyce Grenfell Happy Birthday, 1955, 1956
Printed Material 10/02/1955 - 10/02/1956


JG/PC/000062
Press cuttings - extracts from the Evening Standard and Housewife, articles about the Sargent painting of Mrs Phipps, the grandmother of Joyce Grenfell, being shown at the Royal Academy
See Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, chapter 14, where she mentions the exhibition
Printed Material 27/11/1956 - 12/1956


JG/PC/000063
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, articles and reviews about the play Four Winds premiered at Broadway, by Thomas W Phipps, the brother of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 09/1957


JG/PC/000064
Press cutting - extract from Weekly News, an article about Princess Margaret and Rev. Simon Phipps, author of a sketch in Penny Plain and the cousin of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 30/11/1957


JG/PC/000065
Press cutting - extract from the Evening News, photograph of Joyce Grenfell and Daphne Oxenford, at the christening of Daphne's child Sophie Clare, in Chelsea
Printed Material 18/09/1954


JG/PC/000066
Press cutting - extract from Manchester Guardian, article about an exhibition of caricature's by J Kervyn de Meerendre's at the Fitzroy Tavern in Bloomsbury, including one of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 04/01/1958


JG/PC/000067
Press cutting - extract from a magazine, an article featuring Joyce Grenfell as a judge at the Festival Babies competition, Gaumont, Chelsea
Printed Material 18/10/1951


JG/PC/000068
Press cutting - extract from South London Press, a photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell opening the newly built Bessemer Grange Junior and Primary School
Printed Material 20/05/1952


JG/PC/000069
Press cutting - extract from the Evening News, photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell and Gwen Catley at the garden fete for Queen Mary's Hospital for Children, Carshalton, Surrey
Printed Material 14/06/1952


JG/PC/000070
Press cutting - extract from newspaper, photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell opening the Southend Youth Centre's indoor fair
Printed Material


JG/PC/000071
Press cutting - extract from the Fulham Chronicle, photograph and article featuring Joyce Grenfell, opening the annual bazaar at Bishop Creighton House
Printed Material 03/12/1954


JG/PC/000072
Press cutting - extract from the Evening Express, photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell at the Red Cross coffee morning, Aberdeen
Printed Material 01/04/1955


JG/PC/000073
Press cutting - extract from the Western Telegraph, article and photograph of Joyce Grenfell opening the Lawrenny Church Fete
Printed Material 26/07/1956


JG/PC/000074
Press cutting - extract from The Bulletin and Scots Pictorial, photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell at Aberdeen University
Printed Material 29/03/1955


JG/PC/000075
Press cutting - extract from Oxford Mail, article and photograph about Joyce Grenfell's autobiographical talk at the Oxford University Dramatic Society
Printed Material 01/05/1956


JG/PC/000076
Press cutting - extract from the Stage, article about Joyce Grenfell's talk at the International Theatre Association's luncheon
Printed Material 21/02/1957


JG/PC/000077
Press cutting - extract from the News Chronicle, photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell helping to put make up on Julia Gaitskell, daughter of Mr Hugh Gaitskell
Printed Material 31/12/1954


JG/PC/000078
Press cuttings - extracts from West London Press, article about Joyce Grenfell's appearance in a concert for the patients and staff of St Luke's Hospital, Chelsea
Printed Material 15/02/1957


JG/PC/000079
Press cuttings - extracts from the Whitstable Times and Tankerton Press and the Kent Messenger, photograph, article and letter featuring Joyce Grenfell's performance at the Whitstable Saturday Nighter's concert
Printed Material 03/1957


JG/PC/000080
Press cuttings - extracts from the Western Gazette and The Salisbury Times and South Wilts Gazette, articles and photograph of Joyce Grenfell at the Bishoptone Parish Church Fete
Printed Material 05/07/1957


JG/PC/000081
Press cuttings - extracts from the Sunday Times, photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell's visit and talk at The Goat's Club, London University
Printed Material 07/07/1957


JG/PC/000082
Press cutting - extract from the Manchester Guardian, article about Joyce Grenfell presenting the awards at the Society of Women Writers and Journalists festival
Printed Material 29/10/1957


JG/PC/000083
Press cuttings from The Times and The Observer, articles about the private dinner party held by the Queen and Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace, Joyce and Reggie Grenfell were guests
Printed Material 11/1957


JG/PC/000084
Press cutting - extract from the Middlesex Independent, interview by Michael Winner, of Joyce Grenfell, includes photograph
Printed Material 16/05/1952


JG/PC/000085
Press cutting - extract from the Nottinghamshire Guardian Weekly, article about Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 04/10/1952


JG/PC/000086
Press cutting - extract from The Weekly Journal, interview by Donald Thornton with Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 09/10/1952


JG/PC/000087
Press cutting - extract from Good Housekeeping, an interview with Joyce Grenfell, entitled Interview with a Soloist
Printed Material 10/1954


JG/PC/000088
Press cutting - extract from Woman's World, photographs and captions of Joyce Grenfell, in various guises
Printed Material 01/01/1955


JG/PC/000089
Press cutting - extract from American Vogue, a page of photographs entitled People Are Talking About, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 08/1955


JG/PC/000090
Press cutting - extract from Sketch, a page of photographs of Joyce Grenfell by Tony Armstrong-Jones, and part of a monologue
Printed Material 01/08/1956


JG/PC/000091
Press cutting - extract from the Leicester Mercury, article entitled Don't Misjudge the Screaming Fans by Gale Pedrick, includes a short interview with of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 14/03/1957


JG/PC/000092
Press cuttings - extracts from the TV Mirror, interview by John Guy titled 'Elevenses with Joyce Grenfell', includes photographs
Printed Material 28/07/1956


JG/PC/000093
Press cutting - extract from Woman, article entitled Show People - A World of Entertainment from one woman, interview of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 01/09/1956


JG/PC/000094
Press cutting - extract from Picture Show and Film Pictorial, a series of photographs of Joyce Grenfell in various film roles
Printed Material 27/04/1957


JG/PC/000095
Press cutting - extract from Modern Woman, article entitled Who I'd Most Like To Dine With, one of the women interviewed is Joyce Grenfell who chooses Groucho Marx
Printed Material 07/1957


JG/PC/000096
Press cutting - extracts from Harper's Bazaar, photographs of Joyce Grenfell, taken by Tony Armstrong-Jones
Printed Material 09/1957


JG/PC/000097
Press cutting - extract from the Sunday Times, letter written to the newspaper by Joyce Grenfell entitled The Art of Levitation
Printed Material 08/09/1957


JG/PC/000098
Press cutting - extract from the Evening Advertiser, article by Molly Hobman that includes a mention of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 14/10/1957


JG/PC/000099
Press cutting - magazine Everybody's Weekly, includes front page photographs of Joyce Grenfell, and an article by David Clifton about Joyce Grenfell, entitled There's Something About My Face
Printed Material 02/11/1957


JG/PC/000100
Press cutting - extract from TV Times, interview with Joyce Grenfell by Esme Scot
Printed Material 13/12/1957


JG/PC/000101
Press cutting - extract from The Christian Science Monitor, article about Joyce Grenfell, entitled Monologist Without Malice, by Nora E Taylor
Printed Material 01/04/1958


JG/PC/000102
Press cutting - extract from the Free Press, interview with Joyce Grenfell, entitled Everything Happens To Me At Parties Claims Vibrant English Comedienne, by Pamela Baker
Printed Material


JG/PC/000103
Press cutting - extract from the John Bull magazine, second half of an interview with Joyce Grenfell, includes a couple of photographs
Printed Material 21/08/1954


JG/PC/000104
Press cutting - extract from Sunday Graphic and Sunday News, photograph of Joyce Grenfell and Marjorie Dunkels
Printed Material 16/03/1952


JG/PC/000105
Press cutting - extract from the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 17/09/1952


JG/PC/000106
Press cutting - extract from Everybody's, photographs of Joyce Grenfell and Margaret Rutherford
Printed Material 16/05/1953


JG/PC/000107
Press cutting - extract from the Daily Express, article featuring a competition to choose people you would like at a Christmas Party, Joyce Grenfell was chosen as one of the guests
Printed Material 08/01/1955


JG/PC/000108
Press cutting - extract from the Daily Express, article entitled Dinner at Eight, the winner of the competition choose Joyce Grenfell as one of the guests
Printed Material 17/05/1954


JG/PC/000109
Press cutting - extract from The London Free Press, three photographs of Joyce Grenfell, entitled Mobile Features Interpret Many Moods
Printed Material 07/11/1956


JG/PC/000110
Press cutting - extract from the Sunday Times, article entitled Twelve Saints in Three Acts, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell, in a dress by Victor Stiebel
Printed Material 27/01/1957


JG/PC/000111
Press cutting - extract from Housewife, three photographs entitled How to be Elegant and Warm, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 03/1955


JG/PC/000112
Press cutting - extract from Theatre World, article about the play Whispers from the Wings, mentions that the play may break Joyce Grenfell's record at the Fortune Theatre
Printed Material 03/1957


JG/PC/000113
Press cutting - extract from The Bulletin and Scots Pictorial, article entitled Toasts of the Year by Alison Downie, includes photograph and caption about Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 30/12/1957


JG/PC/000114
Press cutting - extract from the Irish Times, article entitled Export Follies at the Pike, includes a mention of Joyce Grenfell and Max Adrian
Printed Material 06/11/1957


JG/PC/000115
Press cutting - extract from Punch, caricature drawing entitled The Modern Olympus, one of the figures is Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 27/11/1957


JG/PC/000116
Press cutting - extract from the Evening Standard, article entitled Spot the Celebrity, includes a series of photographs when they were young, with photo of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 07/08/1956


JG/PC/000117
Press cutting - extract from the Radio Times, entitled Out of the Stocking
Printed Material 20/12/1957


JG/PC/000118
Press cuttings - extracts from various publications, review and photographs for the film Genevieve, starring Joyce Grenfell, John Gregson, Dinah Sheridan
Printed Material 1953


JG/PC/000119
Press cutting - extract from Esher News and Advertiser, article about Joyce Grenfell being a guest speaker at her former school Claremont School
Printed Material 07/06/1968


JG/PC/000120
Press cutting - extract from the Daily Sketch, article about Joyce Grenfell's silver wedding anniversary, including photograph of her marriage
Printed Material 03/12/1954


JG/PC/000121
Press cutting - extract from a publication in Zambia, article about Joyce Grenfell opening the Lusaka Playhouse, Zambia, including a transcript of a sonnet she wrote for the opening
Printed Material


JG/PC/000122
Press cuttings - extract from a newspaper with a review of Joyce Grenfell's programme of poetry presented by The Company of Four, at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith
Printed Material


JG/PC/000123
Press cutting - an extract from The Mercury, review of Joyce Grenfell opening her Hobart season at the Theatre Royal, London, accompanied by William Blezard
Printed Material 18/09/1969


JG/PC/000124
Press cutting - extract from the News Chronicle, article by Stephen Potter writing about his six golden requirements that would make his Ideal Wife
for Joyce Grenfell's article Ideal Husband see transcript JG/PS/000382
Printed Material 29/04/1952


JG/PC/000125
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, an obituary for Stephen Potter
for Joyce Grenfell's Dictionary of National Biography entry for Stephen Potter see JG/PS/000501
Printed Material 03/12/1969


JG/PC/000126
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, article about Tony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon) exhibition at Kodak House, London, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell taken by the above
Printed Material


JG/PC/000127
Press cutting - extract from an Australian newspaper, an article about Joyce Grenfell and her hobby of birdwatching
Printed Material


JG/PC/000128
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, an article about Joyce Grenfell's visit to St Luke's Hospital
Printed Material


JG/PC/000129
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, a photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell opening a Fete in Rottingdean, with Max Adrian
Printed Material


JG/PC/000130
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, a photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell having opened The Home Market
Printed Material


JG/PC/000131
Press cutting - an extract from a newspaper sending its best wishes to Joyce Grenfell on her 43rd birthday
Printed Material 1953


JG/PC/000132
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, a photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell meeting her niece Lady Sarah Waldegrave at the London Airport
Printed Material


JG/PC/000133
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, featuring three photographs of Joyce Grenfell, captioned 'A Girl Doesn't Stand A Chance'
Printed Material


JG/PC/000134
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, a photograph and caption about Joyce Grenfell on television
Printed Material


JG/PC/000135
Press cutting - extract from The Star, reviewing a sale of paintings by 50 stage stars, including one by Joyce Grenfell of Reggie Grenfell, another extract with one photograph of Dorothy Dickson with her painting
Printed Material 08/11/1950


JG/PC/000136
Magazine cutting - from Housewife, titled My idea of Comfort, a group of stars including Joyce Grenfell talking about their ideas of comfort
Printed Material 10/1954


JG/PC/000137
Magazine cutting - extract from Housewife, an article titled The Happy Hatter, about the hatter Aage Thaarup used by Joyce Grenfell includes a photograph of her
Printed Material 08/1957


JG/PC/000138
Press cutting - extract from Theatre Today, an article entitled Joyce Grenfell - a sketch in outline, by Nicolas Bentley
Printed Material


JG/PC/000139
Magazine cutting - from a magazine, entitled We Beg to Differ - Telling the Tale, includes photographs of Joyce Grenfell, Gladys Young, Kay Hammond and Charmian Innes, possibly part of it missing
Printed Material


JG/PC/000140
Magazine cutting - extract from a magazine, a short article about comedy, includes a photograph and caption of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material


JG/PC/000141
Magazine cutting - extract from The Queen, article about Joyce Grenfell, includes photographs
Printed Material 11/01/1956


JG/PC/000142
Magazine - Telegraph Sunday Magazine, includes an article entitled More Than A Talent to Amuse, an interview with Joyce Grenfell, includes photographs of Joyce and Reggie Grenfell
Printed Material 26/08/1979


JG/PC/000143
Magazine - Where, What, When in New York, review of Joyce Grenfell's show at the Lyceum, includes a photograph of her on the front cover, includes a memo from Reginold Denenholz
Printed Material 19/04/1958


JG/PC/000144
Press cutting - extract from a publication, part of an article about Joyce Grenfell, titled Joyce Grenfell breaks rules for laughs by Anthony Ferry, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell opening a London school
Printed Material


JG/PC/000145
Press cutting - extract from a publication, article titled Suppressed Conversations, a series of short monologues written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material


JG/PC/000146
Press cutting - extract from The Christian Science Monitor, interview with Joyce Grenfell titled Serious Humour by Clive Lawrance
Printed Material 14/12/1970


JG/PC/000147
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, an article about Joyce Grenfell's speech at Westminster Abbey for the Queen's Silver Jubilee, includes photograph of Joyce Grenfell
for script of the speech see JG/PS/000540 and 545
Printed Material 1977


JG/PC/000148
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, an interview with Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material


JG/PC/000149
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, interview with Joyce Grenfell in Aberdeen
Printed Material


JG/PC/000150
Press cutting - extract from Illustrated, an interview where Joyce Grenfell answers twenty questions on men, includes a series of photographs of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 08/09/1951


JG/PC/000151
Press cutting - extract from Modern Living, article by Joyce Grenfell titled Housewife into Actress
Printed Material 1950


JG/PC/000152
Press cutting - extract from Everybody's, article by Joyce Grenfell titled Myself when Young, includes a couple of photographs
Printed Material 24/09/1955


JG/PC/000153
Press cuttings - extract from The Observer, an article including extracts from Joyce Grenfell's letter to her mother, includes a couple of photographs of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 07/1988


JG/PC/000154
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, part of an article about Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material


JG/PC/000155
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, part of a review about one of Joyce Grenfell's shows
Printed Material


JG/PC/000156
Press cutting - part of an extract from a newspaper, about a children's club (?)
Printed Material


JG/PC/000157
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, review of Tropical Heatwave at the New Lindsey Theatre Club
Printed Material


JG/PC/000158
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, a letter from Margaret Mitchell about Lady Cardogan
Printed Material


JG/PC/000159
Press cutting - extract from The Sunday Times, photograph of Sir Max Beerbohm
Printed Material 28/09/1947


JG/PC/000160
Press cuttings - a selection of the press cuttings JG/PC/000001 - JG/PC/000159 photocopied
Printed Material


JG/PC/000161
Magazine cutting - extract from The Radio Times, article about Joyce Grenfell wanting to be a ballerina
Printed Material 02/05/1974


JG/PC/000162
Press cutting - extract from a newspaper, article about Claremont Fan Court School Foundation, mentioning that Joyce Grenfell was a former pupil there
Printed Material 21/07/1982


JG/PC/000163
Press cutting - extract from a magazine, article titled Just like Joyce by Maureen Lipman, about Maureen's theatre revue
Printed Material


JG/PC/000164
Press cutting - extract from a French newspaper titled Dans un Grenier Normand
Printed Material


JG/PC/000165
Magazine - Claremont Fan Court School News Magazine, includes an article about Joyce Grenfell's memorabilia being left at the school
Printed Material 12/1993


JG/PC/000166
Press cuttings - various humorous adverts cut out by Joyce Grenfell from Indian, American, British and Maltan newspapers, some of them are personal advertisements
Joyce mentions about collecting amusing newspaper adverts in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure chapter 15, In India
Printed Material 1940s


JG/PC/000167
Press cutting - picture of Joyce Grenfell on stage, possibly in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure
Photograph


JG/PG/000001
Programme - Variety, a poetry recital programme devised by Joyce Grenfell, at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith with Diana Wynard, Eric Portman, Stephen Porter and Joyce Grenfell, include photographs of Joyce Grenfell and Diana Wynard
Printed Material 01/12/1946


JG/PG/000002
Programme - The Apollo Society in a Recital of Poetry and Music, Glasgow at The McLellan Galleries, Joyce Grenfell, Laurier Lister and Angus Morrison, no images
Printed Material 14/12/1948


JG/PG/000003
Programme - A programme of Poetry and Music by The Apollo Society, The Civic Hall, Orpington, Joyce Grenfell, Max Adrian and Angus Morrison, (no images), includes two hand-written sheets by Joyce Grenfell listing poetry
Printed Material 20/04/1950


JG/PG/000004
Programme - Penny Plain - an intimate revue devised and designed by Laurier Lister, St Martin's Theatre, London, (no images)
Printed Material 28/06/1951


JG/PG/000005
Programme - The Apollo Society present Poetry and Music, Royal Festival Hall Recital Room, London, Joyce Grenfell, Max Adrian and Kyla Greenbaum, (no images)
Printed Material 07/02/1954


JG/PG/000006
Programme - Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure of your company at an entertainment with Paddy Stone, Irving Davies and Beryl Kaye, St Martin's Theatre, London, include portrait photographs of the performers
Printed Material 27/09/1954


JG/PG/000007
Programme - Laurier Lister presents Joyce Grenfell in a programme of Monologues and Songs, Theatre Royal, Newcastle-on-Tyme, includes a scrap of music script with a couple of lines of music, (no images)
Printed Material 23/09/1957


JG/PG/000008
Programme - The Apollo Society presents Joyce Grenfell, John Betjeman, Viola Tunnard and Martin Penny reciting poetry and music, Royal Festival Hall Recital Room, London, one of the programme includes hand written notes about the poems, (no images)
Printed Material 30/11/1958


JG/PG/000009
Programme - The Apollo Society presents Verse and Music with Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard, Martin Penny and John Betjeman, The Suffolk Theatre, Saxmundham, (no images)
Printed Material 27/07/1960


JG/PG/000010
Programme - Joyce Grenfell For Seven Good Reasons - a programme of her Monologues and Songs, Scala Theatre, London, includes one photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 26/09/1960


JG/PG/000011
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, Northampton Repertory Theatre, (no images)
Printed Material 10/07/1961


JG/PG/000012
Programme - Joyce Grenfell - Monologues and Songs, Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London, includes a portrait photograph and a short biography of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 1962 - 1963


JG/PG/000013
Programme - Chichester Festival Theatre presents a recital by Joyce Grenfell, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell, (no images)
Printed Material 07/06/1964


JG/PG/000014
Programme - Laurier Lister presents Joyce Grenfell in a programme of Monologues and Songs, Civic Hall Guildford, in Aid of The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, (no images)
Printed Material 10/09/1964


JG/PG/000015
Programme - H M Tennent Ltd and Laurier Lister present Joyce Grenfell in a programme of her Monologues and Songs, Queen's Theatre, London, one portrait photograph of Joyce Grenfell, and a short biography of Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard
Printed Material 23/03/1965


JG/PG/000016
Programme - Harold Holt Ltd present An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, (no images)
Printed Material 23/04/1965


JG/PG/000017
Programme - Harold Holt Ltd present An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, Theatre Royal, Bath, (no images)
Printed Material 03/05/1965


JG/PG/000018
Programme - Joyce Grenfell, songs and poems, Hale Park, Hampshire, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell, (no images)
Printed Material 14/05/1967


JG/PG/000019
Programme - Joyce Grenfell, Monologues and Songs, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell, (no images)
Printed Material 17/09/1968


JG/PG/000020
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in a programme of Monologues and Songs, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Millbrook, Surrey, includes a portrait photograph and short biography for Joyce Grenfell, also a note from Joyce Grenfell about the theatre,
Printed Material 04/11/1968


JG/PG/000021
Programme - A Talent to Amuse - an entertainment devised from the works of Noel Coward as based on the biography by Sheridan Morley, Phoenix Theatre, London, many photographs of productions written by Noel Coward,
Printed Material 16/12/1969


JG/PG/000022
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell - Monologues and Songs, Guildhall of St George, Kings Lynn, (no images)
Printed Material 29/09/1970


JG/PG/000023
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in a largely new programme of Monologues and Songs, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Millbrook, Guildford, Surrey, includes a portrait photograph of Joyce Grenfell, and an article by her entitled "A Taste for the Theatre"
Printed Material 27/09/1971


JG/PG/000024
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in Monologues and Songs, New Theatre, Oxford, includes portrait photograph of Joyce Grenfell and a short biography of her career,
Printed Material 21/10/1971


JG/PG/000025
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell - Monologues and Songs, Little Theatre, Guernsey, small photograph and biography for Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 29/10/1971


JG/PG/000026
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, short biography of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 31/10/1971


JG/PG/000027
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, Theatre at Rosehill, Whitehaven, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 21/09/1972


JG/PG/000028
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, includes photograph and short biography of Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard
Printed Material 06/10/1972


JG/PG/000029
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell - Monologues and Songs, with William Blezard at the piano, Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh, a Save the Children Charity Performance, (no images)
Printed Material 18/10/1972


JG/PG/000030
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell - Monologues and Songs, with William Blezard at the piano, The Guildhall, Northampton, in aid of Save the Children fund, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard,
Printed Material 24/10/1972


JG/PG/000031
Programme - Murray McDonald and John Stevens Ltd present Joyce Grenfell in Monologues and Songs Old and New, Theatre Royal, Brighton, includes one photograph of Joyce Grenfell and a short biography
Printed Material 30/10/1972


JG/PG/000032
Programme - Joyce Grenfell - Requests the Pleasure, A Revue with Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone and Irving Davies, The Bijou Theatre, New York, (no images)
Printed Material 10/10/1955


JG/PG/000033
Programme - Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, A Revue with Beryl Kaye, Paddy Stone and Irving Davies, The Bijou Theatre, New York, USA, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell and the cast, (no images)
Printed Material 21/11/1955


JG/PG/000034
Programme - Joyce Grenfell bids you a "Good Evening" a selection of songs and monologues, with George Bauer at the piano, Georgia Auditorium, Vancover, Canada, (no images)
Printed Material 07/02/1958


JG/PG/000035
Programme - Joyce Grenfell bids you a "Good Evening" with George Bauer at the piano, a selection of songs and monologues, University of Virginia, USA, (no images)
Printed Material 03/03/1958


JG/PG/000036
Programme - Joyce Grenfell bids you a "Good Evening" with George Bauer at the piano, a selection of monologues and songs, McCarter Theatre of Princeton University, N. J., USA, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell, (no images)
Printed Material 06/02/1960


JG/PG/000037
Programme - Joyce Grenfell bids you a "Good Evening" with George Bauer at the piano, a selection of monologues and songs, Her Majesty's Theatre, Montreal, Canada, includes a photograph of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 03/04/1960


JG/PG/000038
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell in songs and comedy, with William Blezard at the piano, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, Australia, includes biography of Joyce Grenfell with photographs
Printed Material 05/08/1963


JG/PG/000039
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell in songs and comedy, with William Blezard at the piano, Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia, includes a biography and photographs of Joyce Grenfell, hand written notes appear by the song titles,
Printed Material 13/08/1963


JG/PG/000040
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell in songs and comedy with William Blezard at the piano, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, Australia, includes biography and photographs of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 29/08/1963


JG/PG/000041
Programme - Joyce Grenfell - A delightful evening of her monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, Place de Arts, Montreal, Canada, includes a photograph and short biography of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 20/09/1964


JG/PG/000042
Programme - Joyce Grenfell - A delightful evening of monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, Eaton Auditorium, New York, USA, (no images)
Printed Material 25/09/1964


JG/PG/000043
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell in songs and comedy, with William Blezard at the piano, His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, Australia, includes photographs and biography of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 15/07/1966


JG/PG/000044
Programme - Another Evening with Joyce Grenfell in songs and comedy, with William Blezard at the piano, Theatre Royal, Sydney, Australia, includes photographs and a short biography of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 21/09/1966


JG/PG/000045
Programme - Joyce Grenfell, a selection of songs and monologues, with William Blezard at the piano, Kohler Memorial Theatre, Kohler, Wisconsin, USA, includes a photograph and a short biography of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 06/11/1967


JG/PG/000046
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in songs and comedy, with William Blezard at the piano, Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, Australia, includes photographs and biography of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 1968 - 1969


JG/PG/000047
Programme - Another Evening with Joyce Grenfell - a selection of monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, John Hopkins University, Maryland, USA, (no images)
Printed Material 24/10/1970


JG/PG/000048
Programme - Laurier Lister presents Joyce Grenfell in a miscellany with William Blezard at the piano, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, (no images)
Printed Material 08/10/1957


JG/PG/000049
Programme - Roger L Stevens and Laurier Lister present Joyce Grenfell in Her All New Program of Monologues and Songs with George Bauer at the piano, Lyceum Theatre, New York, USA, includes a piece written by Joyce Grenfell about the cast, (no images)
Printed Material 1957 - 1958


JG/PG/000050
Programme - Meet Joyce Grenfell a miscellany, Phillip Street Theatre, Sydney, Australia, includes a short biography and photographs of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 1959 - 1960


JG/PG/000051
Programme - The Rosehill Arts Trust Ltd presents Joyce Grenfell with Viola Tunnard at the Piano, Theatre at Rosehill, Whitehaven, includes one photograph of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 02/09/1960


JG/PG/000052
Programme - The American Shakespeare Guilds present An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, includes a short biography of Joyce Grenfell, (no images)
Printed Material 17/10/1970


JG/PG/000053
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell, monologues and songs, with William Blezard at the piano, Salisbury Playhouse, Salisbury, includes a short biography and photograph of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 1972 - 1973


JG/PG/000054
Programme - A Victorian Evening, Lord Gore-Booth introduces Joyce Grenfell, Oliver Cox, William Blezard at the piano, a performance for the Church of England Children's Society, (no location known) (no images)
Printed Material 03/11/1977


JG/PG/000055
Programme - Joyce Grenfell Monologues and Songs, with William Blezard at the piano, in aid of The Oxford Committee for Famine Relief, The Dome, Brighton, includes short biography and photograph of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material no date known, post 1957


JG/PG/000056
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in a new programme of her songs and monologues, with William Blezard at the piano, Swiss Tour, includes a short biography and a photograph of Joyce Grenfell,
Printed Material 1963 - 1964


JG/PG/000057
Programme - Joyce Grenfell bids you a "Good Evening", with George Bauer at the piano, (no location given), includes various hand written notes, (no images)
Printed Material no date known c1960


JG/PG/000058
Programme - The King Series presenting Joyce Grenfell, monologues and songs, with George Bauer at the piano, (no location given), (no images)
Printed Material 15/02/1960


JG/PG/000059
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in a programme of monologues and songs, William Blezard at the piano, one photograph of Joyce Grenfell (no location given)
Printed Material no date known


JG/PG/000060
Programme - Joyce Grenfell in her Monologues and songs, William Blezard at the piano, includes one photograph of Joyce Grenfell, (no location given)
Printed Material no date known


JG/PG/000061
Programme - Gala - A Tribute to Joyce Grenfell, Aldwych Theatre, London, includes detailed biography and many photographs of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 20/01/1985


JG/PG/000062
Programme - The First Joyce Grenfell Festival - a week of workshops, performances and exhibitions in music, drama, dance, mime, art, sculpture and crafts, at Claremont Fan Court School, Surrey, includes photographs and short biography of Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 12/04/1985


JG/PG/000063
Programme - Joyce Grenfell Festival - programme of events, at Claremont Fan Court School,
Printed Material 12/04/1985


JG/PG/000064
Programme - Maureen Lipman in Re:Joyce!, adapted from the works of Joyce Grenfell, Fortune Theatre, London, includes photographs of Joyce Grenfell throughout her career,
Printed Material 14/09/1988


JG/PG/000065
Programme - The Apollo Society in a recital of Poetry and Music, at Edinburgh International House, featuring Joyce Grenfell, Laurier Lister, Angus Morrison, annotated
Printed Material 15/12/1948


JG/PG/000066
Programme - The Apollo Society presents a programme of Poetry and Music at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, featuring Joyce Grenfell, John Betjeman, Viola Tunnard, Martin Penny, annotated
Printed Material 25/01/1959


JG/PG/000067
Programme - The Rookery Nook Musical - Popkiss, at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon
Printed Material 29/05/1972


JG/PG/000068
Programme - Sidney Gilliat and Frank Launder present Blue Murder at St Trinian's, includes list of cast, and an outline of the story
Printed Material 1957


JG/PG/000069
Programme - programme for a radio broadcast entitled Thoughts on Christmas Day, broadcast on ABC network, USA, includes a slot by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 25/12/1955


JG/PG/000070
Programme - An Evening with Joyce Grenfell with William Blezard at the piano, at The Wavendon All Music Plan, Bletchly, Bucks
Printed Material


JG/PS/000001
Radio script - The Critic on the Air taped for the Third Programme, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document 12/12/1946


JG/PS/000002
Radio script - I'm not as unkind as I seem, taped for Woman's Hour, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 04/07/1949


JG/PS/000003
Radio script - How To Be Interviewed (part of), written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1943(?)


JG/PS/000004
Radio script - How to Argue with C E M Joad, with an appendix on How to Persuade, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, some sketches, produced by Douglas Cleverdon and Stephen Potter, p 9
cast included Betty Hardy, Gladys Young, Carleton Hobbs, Norman Shelley, Jonathon Field, Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 26/09/1943


JG/PS/000005
Radio script - How to Give a Party, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, produced by Stephen Potter, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Betty Hardy, Gladys Young, Jonathan Field, pp 20
also in cast: Norman Shelley. Carleton Hobbs
Typed Document 21/12/1943


JG/PS/000006
Radio script - How to Write a Diary and How to Learn to Speak French, part of the 'How' series, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, annotated includes portrait sketches, pp 20
Typed Document 10/08/1944


JG/PS/000007
Radio script - The Best of How (2) - How to Speak to Children, How to Write a Diary, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, annotated includes portrait sketches, part of the 'How' series, pp22
cast included: Betty Hardy, Gladys Young, Carleton Hobbs
Typed Document 31/08/1944


JG/PS/000008
Radio script - How to Woo - including How Not To and How They Used To, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated with some pencil sketches, pp 17
cast included: Celia Johnson, Carleton Hobbs, Norman Shelley, Betty Hardy
Typed Document 09/1944 (?)


JG/PS/000009
Radio script - How to Blow Your Own Trumpet, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, annotated, produced by Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, pp 17
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Betty Hardy, Carleton Hobbs, Ronald Simpson, James McKechnie, Jonathan Field
Typed Document 19/04/1945


JG/PS/000010
Radio script - How to be Good at Music, recorded for BBC Home Service, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, produced by Stephen Potter,
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Jonathan Field, Carleton Hobbs, Betty Hardy, Ronald Simpson, Celia Johnson, Roy Plomley, pp 23
Typed Document 24/06/1945


JG/PS/000011
Radio scripts - How to Talk to Young People and How to Talk to Children recorded for BBC Home Service, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, produced by Stephen Potter, annotated, part of the 'How' series, pp 25
cast included: Gladys Young, Norman Shelley
Typed Document 1943 - 1945


JG/PS/000012
Radio script - How to Make Friends recorded for the BBC Home Service, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, produced by Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated - and pencil sketches, pp 24
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Celia Johnson,
Typed Document 22/11/1945


JG/PS/000013
Radio scripts - How to Deal with Christmas recorded for the BBC Home Service and the Third Programme (revised edition), written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 48
cast included: Robert Donat, Celia Johnson, Joyce Grenfell and members of the 'How' Repertory Company
Typed Document 12/1945 - 12/1946


JG/PS/000014
Radio script - How to Move House recorded for the BBC Home Service, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, produced by Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 21
cast included members of the 'How' repertory company
Typed Document 04/04/1946


JG/PS/000015
Radio scripts - How to Listen recorded for the Third Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 48
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Roy Plomley, Geoffrey Wincott, Betty Hardy, Gladys Young
Typed Document 29/09/1946


JG/PS/000016
Radio script - How to Blow Your Own Trumpet recorded for BBC Third Programme, revised edition written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, sketches
cast included: Joyce Grenfell and members of the 'How' repertory company, earlier script JG/PS/000009, pp 19
Typed Document 24/05/1947


JG/PS/000017
Radio script - How to Listen, special Jubilee edition recorded for BBC Third Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated includes lots of sketches
cast included members of the Jubilee How repertory company, earlier script JG/PS/000015, pp 32
Typed Document 15/11/1947


JG/PS/000018
Radio script - How to be Good at Games recorded for the BBC Home Service, written by Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 22
cast included: Joyce Grenfell and members of the 'How' Repertory company
Typed Document 25/12/1947


JG/PS/000019
Radio script - How to Listen (New Edition) recorded for the Third Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 31
cast included: Gladys Young, Carleton Hobbs, Roy Plomley, Betty Hardy, earlier scripts JG/PS/000015 and JG/PS/000017
Typed Document 20/02/1950


JG/PS/000020
Radio script - How to Travel recorded for the Third Programme, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 27
cast included: Gladys Young, Betty Hardy, Carleton Hobbs, Geoffrey Wincott, Deryck Guyler, Charles Lefeaux
Typed Document 19/07/1950


JG/PS/000021
Radio script - How to go to the Theatre, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, production by Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 30
cast included Joyce Grenfell, Geoffrey Wincott, Gladys Young, Carleton Hobbs, Roy Plomley, Betty Hardy
Typed Document 29/12/1950


JG/PS/000022
Radio script - How to Deal with Christmas recorded for N American Service, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 20
cast included: Carleton Hobbs, Roy Plomley
Typed Document 1951 (?)


JG/PS/000023
Radio script - How to Deal with the New Year, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 9
cast included: Carleton Hobbs, Roy Plomley
Typed Document 12/1951 (?)


JG/PS/000024
Radio script - How to Broadcast recorded for the Third Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 24
cast included: Betty Hardy, Deryck Guyler, Roy Plomley, Carleton Hobbs, Geoffrey Wincott, Alan Reid, Elwyn Brook Jones, Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 29/09/1951


JG/PS/000025
Radio script - How to Give a Party recorded for Home Service, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 21
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Betty Hardy, Deryck Guyler, Gladys Young, Carleton Hobbs, Ronald Simpson, Roy Plomley
Typed Document 24/03/1950


JG/PS/000026
Radio script - How to Cross the Atlantic First Class recorded for Home Service, written by Stephen Potter, produced by Stephen Potter and D G Bridson, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 23
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Betty Hardy, Carleton Hobbs, Malcolm Graeme, David Spenser, Philip Vickers
Typed Document 26/08/1955


JG/PS/000027
Radio script - How to Know America Really Well recorded for Home Service, written by Stephen Potter, produced by Stephen Potter and Leonard Cottrell, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 22
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Calreton Hobbs, Peggy Hassard, Guy Kingsley Poynter, John Cazabon, Malcolm Graeme
Typed Document 02/09/1955


JG/PS/000028
Radio script - How to Lead a Really Full Life, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, prodcued by Stephen Potter, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 23
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Carleton Hobbs, James McKechnie, Betty Hardy, Deryck Guyler
Typed Document 17/05/1955


JG/PS/000029
Radio script - How Now to Listen recorded for the Third Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell and Stephen Potter, produced by Douglas Cleverdon, part of the 'How' series, annotated, pp 23
cast included: Stephen Potter, Jocye Grenfell, Eleanor Summerfield, Michael Flanders, Carleton Hobbs, Geoffrey Wincott, Frank Duncan
Typed Document 17/09/1962


JG/PS/000030
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson in 'A Note with Music' with George Melachrino and the Melachrino strings recorded for Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and H F Ellis, production by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 16
Typed Document 07/03/1947


JG/PS/000031
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' with George Melachrino and the Melachrino strings recorded for Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and H F Ellis, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated
pp 15
Typed Document 07/02/1947


JG/PS/000032
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson in 'A Note with Music' with George Melachrino and the Melachrino strings recorded for BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and H F Ellis, produced by Ronald Walman, annotated, pp 18
Typed Document 10/01/1947


JG/PS/000033
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson in 'A Note with Music' with George Melachrino and the Melachrino strings recorded for the BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and H F Ellis, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 22
Typed Document 15/12/1946


JG/PS/000034
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson in 'A Note with Music' with George Melachrino and the Melachrino strings recorded for the BBC Home Service, annotated, pp 16
Typed Document 24/01/1947


JG/PS/000035
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Ella Milne and Fred Yule in 'A Note with Music' recorded for the BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and George Benson, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 21
Typed Document 01/03/1949


JG/PS/000036
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' with George Melachrino and the Melachrino strings recorded for BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and H F Ellis, produced by Ronald Waldman
annotated, pp 18
Typed Document 21/02/1947


JG/PS/000037
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' recorded for BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and George Benson, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 16
Typed Document 29/03/1949


JG/PS/000038
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' recorded for BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and George Benson, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 18
Typed Document 22/02/1949


JG/PS/000039
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' recorded for the BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and George Benson, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 19
Typed Document 15/03/1949


JG/PS/000040
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' recorded for the BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and George Benson, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated- some sketches, pp 20
Typed Document 08/03/1949


JG/PS/000041
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell and George Benson with Laidman Browne in 'A Note with Music' recorded for the BBC Home Service, script by Joyce Grenfell and George Benson, produced by Ronald Waldman, annotated, pp 18
Typed Document 22/03/1949


JG/PS/000042
Radio script - in French for Radio Diffusion programme, read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 17
Typed Document 03/1950


JG/PS/000043
Radio script - The Pleasure of Not Being Bored, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Noreen Purdon, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 12/08/1950


JG/PS/000044
Radio script - We Beg to Differ, with Kay Hammond, Jocye Grenfell, Gladys Young, Helga Garnett, John Clements, Gilbert Harding, chairman: Roy Plomley, annotated - with pencil sketches, pp 5
Typed Document 09/01/1951


JG/PS/000045
Radio script - The Heritage of Britain: No 13 - The Joke's on us, compiled and produced by Stephen Potter, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Gladys Young, Roy Plomley, annotated, pp 25
Typed Document 06/04/1951


JG/PS/000046
Radio script - Laughing (This Glorious Wall of Laughter) a talk for Woman's Hour, by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 19/12/1951


JG/PS/000047
Radio scripts - The Wrong Shape for Dancing, no 1, 2, 3, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Mrs P Branford, annotated, pp 22
Typed Document 07/1953


JG/PS/000048
Radio script - Henry Hall's Guest Night presented by Henry Hall, record for BBC Home Service, with Kevin and Michael John, Al Koran, Louise Triall, Googie Withers, John McCallum, Frank Lawton, Thomas Heathcote, John Horvelle, Joyce Grenfell,
produced by David Miller, annotated, pp 12
Typed Document 04/06/1954


JG/PS/000049
Radio script - The Type of Man I Like recorded for Home for the Day, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott - Moncrieff, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 10/10/1954


JG/PS/000050
Radio script - Recollected in Tranquillity recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 14
see also JG/PS/000064
Typed Document 16/05/1956


JG/PS/000051
Radio script - Elderly Friends recorded for the North American Service, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Michael Gill, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 26/02/1957


JG/PS/000052
Radio script - Theatre Dresser recorded for the North American Service, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Michael Gill, annotated, pp 3
for another version of the script see JG/PS/000460
Typed Document 26/02/1957


JG/PS/000053
Radio script - Bus Conductors recorded for the North American Service, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Michael Gill, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 26/02/1957


JG/PS/000054
Radio script - Taxi Drivers recorded for the North American Service, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Michael Gill, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 26/02/1957


JG/PS/000055
Radio script - Stage Hands recorded for North American Service, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Michael Gill, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 26/02/1957


JG/PS/000056
Radio script - London Eccentrics recorded for North American Service, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Michael Gill, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 26/02/1957


JG/PS/000057
Radio script - The Laughtermakers No 13 - The Art of Joyce Grenfell recorded for the BBC Home Service, script by Gaie Pedrick, produced by Tom Ronald, annotated, pp 58
cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Laurier Lister, Charlotte Leigh, George Benson, Virginia Graham, Kenneth Bird, Gladys Young, Richard Addinsell
Typed Document 09/03/1957


JG/PS/000058
Radio script - My Father / Personal Debt recorded for Woman's Hourand a North American Transcription, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Beryl Hobson, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 09/07/1957


JG/PS/000059
Radio script - two slightly different versions of a Talk for Woman's Hour on Christmas Eve 1957 by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 12/1957


JG/PS/000060
Radio script - The Need for Quiet recorded for the Woman's Hour - Joyce Grenfell's Special Edition, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Scott Moncrieff, Hobson, annotated, pp 11
Typed Document 23/07/1958


JG/PS/000061
Radio script - The First Time I Faced the Glorious Wall recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 11/12/1959


JG/PS/000062
Radio script - In Praise of Virtue - Generosity recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 08/07/1960


JG/PS/000063
Radio script - Letter to Someone Else's Daughter recorded for Woman's Hour, broadcast by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 16/03/1962


JG/PS/000064
Radio script - first page of the script entitled Recollected in Tranquillity recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 1
see also JG/PS/000050
Typed Document 05/09/1962


JG/PS/000065
Radio script - Frankly Speaking (?), cast included Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 26
Typed Document 13/03/1964


JG/PS/000066
Radio script - Escape Routes recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 25/05/1965


JG/PS/000067
Radio script - Private Collection recorded for Ten to Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 20
Typed Document 18/06/1965


JG/PS/000068
Radio script - Happiness recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Shirley Du Boulay, annotated, pp 4
for other copies of this script see JG/PS/000405
Typed Document 26/08/1965


JG/PS/000069
Radio script - Escape Routes recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy is an article in Women's Day magazine, entitled Escape Routes to Contentment annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 25/05/1965


JG/PS/000070
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell reviewing The Bronte Story by Margaret Lane recorded for Holiday Books, produced by Jocelyn Ferguson, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 07/09/1965


JG/PS/000071
Radio script - Ambition recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Shirley Du Boulay, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 02/03/1966


JG/PS/000072
Radio script - Right and Wrong recorded for Ten to Eight, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Miss J Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 23/06/1966


JG/PS/000073
Radio script - Time Considered recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Shirley Du Boulay, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 20/01/1967


JG/PS/000074
Radio script - Be My Guest recorded for the Light Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Pat McLoughlin, annotated, pp 16
Typed Document 27/07/1967


JG/PS/000075
Radio script - Easier Said Than Done recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Miss J Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 10
This script is copyright. No public use whatsoever may be made of any of the material contained in it withour prior reference to the BBC
Typed Document 21/08/1967


JG/PS/000076
Radio script - The Time of My Life recorded for BBC Home Service, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Tony Gould, annotated, pp 36
Typed Document 27/08/1967


JG/PS/000077
Radio script - Woman's Hour Birthday Programme, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 10/1967


JG/PS/000078
Radio script - Celebration recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Miss J Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, p 1
Typed Document 05/12/1967


JG/PS/000079
Radio script - The Need for Prayer recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Miss J Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1967 - 1968 (?)


JG/PS/000080
Radio script - After Easter recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, prodcued by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 10/04/1968


JG/PS/000081
Radio script - Progress recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Shirley Du Boulay, annotated, pp 3
for another copy of the script see JG/PS/000410
Typed Document 23/04/1968


JG/PS/000082
Radio script - The Debt I Owe My Parents recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 29/04/1968


JG/PS/000083
Radio script - My Kind of Novelist recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Teresa McGonagle, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 30/05/1968


JG/PS/000084
Radio script - A Search for Humility recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 23/09/1968


JG/PS/000085
Radio script - Off the Record: Joyce Grenfell recorded for BBC World Service, produced by Hilary Pym, annotated, pp 11
Typed Document 24/07/1968


JG/PS/000086
Radio script - Worship recorded for the Ten To Eight programme, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 10/09/1968


JG/PS/000087
Radio script - A Philosophy of Giving, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Peggy Brandford, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 05/12/1968


JG/PS/000088
Radio script - By Request - New Every Morning recorded for the Ten To Eight programme, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 25/03/1969


JG/PS/000089
Radio script - Wishes for a God-child recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, a couple of sheets are hand written, pp 11
Typed Document 12/03/1969


JG/PS/000090
Radio script - Out of Town: Spring recorded for Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Shirley Du Boulay, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 01/04/1969


JG/PS/000091
Radio script - Beginning with the Bible recorded for Five To Ten, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 08/05/1969


JG/PS/000092
Radio script - Radio Christmas Card recorded for Five To Ten, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 18/12/1969


JG/PS/000093
Radio script - for Woman' Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Shirley Boulay, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1967


JG/PS/000094
Radio script - The First Day of the Week, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 16
Typed Document 13/03/1970


JG/PS/000095
Radio script - Sunday Reading from The Search for God by Margaret Chute, read by Joyce Grenfell recorded for Radio 4, annotated - includes some separate sheets with Joyce's notes, pp 35
Typed Document 24/07/1970


JG/PS/000096
Radio script - Happiness recorded for Pause for Thought, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 26/08/1970


JG/PS/000097
Radio script - Great Gifts No 3 - A Sense of Discovery recorded for Pause for Thought, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, pp 4
Typed Document 01/01/1971


JG/PS/000098
Radio script - Efficiency recorded for Pause for Thought, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document 07/05/1971


JG/PS/000099
Radio scripts - Having a Happy Holiday - Stop, Look and Listen recorded for Pause for Thought, talk by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Joanna Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 11/08/1971


JG/PS/000100
Radio script - Does God Make a Difference? written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by The Rev W D Kennedy-Bell, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 14/09/1971


JG/PS/000101
Radio script - I Know I Ought to But! recorded for Weekend Woman's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Doreen Forsyth, annotated, pp 5, one copy is hand written
for another copy of the script see JG/PS/000417
Typed Document 14/12/1971


JG/PS/000102
Radio script - Loving and Trusting recorded for Pause for Thought, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 09/03/1972


JG/PS/000103
Radio script - Loving without Fussing recorded for Pause for Thought, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 09/03/1972


JG/PS/000104
Radio script - Words Gone Wrong recorded for Pause for Thought, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 12
Typed Document 18/07/1972


JG/PS/000105
Radio script - a script recorded for Pause for Thought, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 12
Typed Document 18/07/1972


JG/PS/000106
Radio script - The Entertainers recorded for Playback, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, about Joyce's life in show business, annotated, pp 15
Typed Document 17/04/1973


JG/PS/000107
Radio script - As I See It recorded for Woman's Hour, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Anne Howells, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 06/06/1973


JG/PS/000108
Radio script - Letter to Another Woman recorded for Woman's Hour, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Jill Burridge, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 20/05/1974


JG/PS/000109
Radio script - Reading for Pleasure - Holiday Reading recorded for Lifelines Radio 3, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Judith Bumpus, annotated, pp 11
Typed Document 24/11/1975


JG/PS/000110
Radio scripts - Touchstones recorded for Woman's Hour, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Chris Riley, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 15/12/1977


JG/PS/000111
Radio scripts - Week's Good Cause - The House of St Barnabas-in-Soho recorded for Radio 4, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Morgan Williams, annotated, pp 10
Typed Document 05/03/1978


JG/PS/000112
Radio script - Heroes, interview with Joyce Grenfell, pp 12
Typed Document 03/04/1979


JG/PS/000113
Radio scripts - Children's Country Holidays Fund, script for Jocye Grenfell broadcast, second copy is hand written with notes, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 08/1979


JG/PS/000114
Radio script - no title, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 1957 (?)


JG/PS/000115
Radio script - A Philosophy of Giving recorded for Women's Hour, hand written script by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document 1968


JG/PS/000116
Radio script - After Easter, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000117
Radio script - Performing in South Africa recorded for Woman's Hour, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Jocelyn Ryder-Smith, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000118
Radio script - Tidings of Comfort and Joy (two different versions) recorded for Ten To Eight, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Miss J Scott-Moncrieff, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000119
Radio scripts - My Kind of Magic recorded for Woman's Hour, written and read by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Miss Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, includes one copy that says article spoken at London Poetry Society and Suffolk Poetry Society, pp 29
Typed Document 1964 (?)


JG/PS/000120
Radio scripts - Week's Good Cause - appeal on behalf of VSO by Joyce Grenfell, recorded for BBC Home Service, pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000121
Radio script - part of a radio script with no title, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000122
Television script - preliminary rehearsal script for Tuppence Coloured, an intimate revue devised by Laurier Lister, produced by Laurier Lister and Michael Mills, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, pp 30
Typed Document 26/08/1949


JG/PS/000123
Television script - entitled Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure four part series recorded for the BBC, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Daphne Oxenford, Gillian Lynne, Graham McCormack, Arthur Soloman, annotated
pp 59
Typed Document 07/1956


JG/PS/000124
Television script - for programme on the Australian Broadcasting Commission channel with Joyce Grenfell as Guest of Honour, mainly an interview about Joyce Grenfell's life, annotated, pp 3
Copyright in this script is the property of the ABC and permission to publish may be obtained only from the ABC
Typed Document 09/08/1959


JG/PS/000125
Television script - entitled The Joyce Grenfell Show (for Christmas television) recorded for ATV company, annotated, pp 12
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000126
Television script - for a show entitled Joyce Grenfell No 1 recorded for BBC 2, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, William Blezard, show that includes a lot of Joyce Grenfell's songs and monologues, pp 84
Typed Document 10/05/1964


JG/PS/000127
Television script - for a show entitled Joyce Grenfell No 2 recorded for BBC 2, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, William Blezard, show that includes a lot of Joyce Grenfell's songs and monologues, pp 49
Typed Document 17/05/1964


JG/PS/000128
Television script - for a show entitled Joyce Grenfell No 1 recorded for BBC 2, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, William Blezard, show that includes a lot of Joyce Grenfell's songs and monologues, pp 25
Typed Document 20/12/1965


JG/PS/000129
Television script - for a show entitled Joyce Grenfell No 2 recorded for BBC 2, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell, William Blezard, show that includes a lot of Joyce Grenfell's songs and monologues, pp 28
Typed Document 04/01/1966


JG/PS/000130
Television script - entitled Show of the Week presenting Joyce Grenfell, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard, show that includes Joyce Grenfell's monologues and songs, annotated, pp 24
Typed Document 01/12/1968


JG/PS/000131
Television script - entitled Show of the Week presenting Joyce Grenfell, produced by John Street, cast included: Joyce Grenfell and William Blezard, show that includes Joyce Grenfell's monologues and songs, pp 40
Typed Document 12/01/1969


JG/PS/000132
Television script - for show entitled Joyce Grenfell with William Blezard at the piano recorded for BBC 2, produced by John Street, includes a selection of Joyce Grenfell's monologues and songs, pp 19
Typed Document 26/11/1971


JG/PS/000133
Television script - for show entitled Joyce Grenfell with William Blezard at the piano recorded for BBC 2, prodcued by John Street, includes a selection of Joyce Grenfell's monologues and songs, pp 26
Typed Document 27/11/1971


JG/PS/000134
Television script - for show entitled Joyce Grenfell with William Blezard at the piano recorded for BBC 2, produced by John Street, includes a selection of Joyce Grenfell's monologues and songs, pp 21
Typed Document 27/11/1971


JG/PS/000135
Television scripts - entitled A Small Contribution - A Play for Television, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 82
Typed Document


JG/PS/000136
Radio script - entitled Enjoying Christmas with Joyce Grenfell recorded for the Five To Ten programme, produced by Miss J Scott-Moncrieff, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 15/12/1964


JG/PS/000137
Theatre script - entitled Joyce Grenfell Season, as licensed by the Lord Chamberlain's office, includes a variety of Joyce Grenfell's songs and monologues, pp 43
See prompt copy JG/PS/000138
Typed Document 1965 (?)


JG/PS/000138
Theatre prompt book - for Joyce Grenfell Season - in a programme of monologues and songs, at the Queens Theatre, includes the licence from the Lord Chamberlain's Office, annotated, pp 66
See JG/PS/000137
Typed Document 1965


JG/PS/000139
Monologue - Useful and Acceptable Gifts, written by Joyce Grenfell, firstly performed in Herbert Farjeon's The Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1939


JG/PS/000140
Monologue - Different Kinds of Mother's, written by Joyce Grenfell, firstly performed in Herbert Farjeon's The Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1939


JG/PS/000141
Monologue - Head Girl, written by Joyce Grenfell, firstly performed in Herbert Farjeon's The Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, pp 2
Typed Document 1939


JG/PS/000142
Monologue - Canteen (later known as Canteen in Wartime), written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Herbert Farjeon's revue Diversions, Wyndam's Theatre, London, pp 3
Copyright Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1940


JG/PS/000143
Monologue - Local Library, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Herbert Farjeon's revue Diversions, Wyndam's Theatre, London, pp 2
Typed Document 1940


JG/PS/000144
Monologue - Situation Vacant, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Herbert Farjeon's revue Light and Shade, Ambassadors Theatre, London, pp 2
Typed Document 1942


JG/PS/000145
Song lyrics - There is Nothing New to Tell You, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
for music score see JG/Mu/000004
Typed Document 1942 - 1943


JG/PS/000146
Song lyrics - I'm Going to See You Today, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000001
Typed Document 1943


JG/PS/000147
Song lyrics - no title given first line is 'After dark in the evening', words by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Noel Coward's revue Sigh No More, Piccadilly Theatre, London (?),
Written Document 1945


JG/PS/000148
Song lyrics - Oh! Mr du Maurier, words by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Noel Coward's revue Sigh No More, Piccadilly Theatre, London, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000010 and JG/Mu/000011
Typed Document 1945


JG/PS/000149
Monologue - Travel Broadens the Mind, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Noel Coward's revue Sigh No More, Piccadilly Theatre, London, with later additions, pp 3
Typed Document 1945


JG/PS/000150
Script - Holiday 1908, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1945 (?)


JG/PS/000151
Monologue - Visitor, written by Joyce Grenfell, written in North Carolina USA, not the same monologue as 'Visitor' that appeared in Joyce Grenfell Request's the Pleasure, pp 4
Typed Document 1946


JG/PS/000152
Monologue - Artist's Room, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed at Laurier Lister's Tuppence Coloured, Lyric Theatre, London, pp 12
copyright to Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1947


JG/PS/000153
Song lyrics - I Like Life, words by Joyce Grenfell, performed at Laurier Lister's revue Tuppence Coloured, Lyric Theatre, London, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000019 and JG/Mu/000020
Typed Document 1947


JG/PS/000154
Monologue - Odyssey, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Laurier Lister's revue Tuppence Coloured, Lyric Theatre, London, pp 2
Typed Document 1947


JG/PS/000155
Song lyrics - The Countess of Coteley, words by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Laurier Lister's revue Tuppence Coloured, Lyric Theatre, London, pp 6
for music score see JG/Mu/000023
Typed Document 1947


JG/PS/000156
Monologue - Calypso, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1949


JG/PS/000157
Song lyrics - Fly Sweet Bird, written by Joyce Grenfell, includes pencil note that Denis Martin sung this at the Lyric in 1951(?), pp 2
Typed Document 1951


JG/PS/000158
Monologue - Teacher, written by Joyce Grenfell, originally performed by Diana Churchill in Laurier Lister's revue Oranges and Lemons (?), annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1951 (?)


JG/PS/000159
Monologue - Private Secretary (Sir Edgar), written by Joyce Grenfell, originally performed by Betty Marsden in Airs on a Shoestring, p 15
Typed Document 1952


JG/PS/000160
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'Alice lived in Walham Green', written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 1952 (?)


JG/PS/000161
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'I was born one wet Whit Monday', written by Joyce Grenfell, sung by Moyra Fraser in Airs on a Shoestring, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1953 (?)


JG/PS/000162
Monologue - Opening and Finale for the Laurier Lister revue Penny Plain, words by Joyce Grenfell, opened at St Martin's Theatre, London, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 1950 - 1951


JG/PS/000163
Monologue - Running Commentary, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed at the Laurier Lister revue Penny Plain, opened at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 4
for music score see JG/Mu/000027
Typed Document 1950 - 1951


JG/PS/000164
Monologue - Life and Literature, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Laurier Lister's revue Penny Plain, opened at St Martin's Theatre, London, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document 1950 -1951


JG/PS/000165
Monologue - Thought for Today (English and American versions), written by Joyce Grenfell, performed at Laurier Lister's revue Penny Plain, which opened at St Martin's Theatre, London, annotated, pp17
Typed Document 1950 - 1951 American 1954


JG/PS/000166
Song lyrics - Picture Postcard, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Laurier Lister's revue Penny Plain, which opened at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 5
for music score see JG/Mu/000024
Typed Document 1950 - 1951


JG/PS/000167
Song lyrics - Mrs Mendlicote, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000031
Typed Document 1954 (?)


JG/PS/000168
Song lyrics - Three Brother, words by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000034
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000169
Monologue - Women at work - 1 Antique Shop, 2 Behind the Counter, 3 Writer of Children's Books, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 11
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000170
Monologue - Young Musician, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 2
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000171
Monologue - Mother and Daughter, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000172
Monologue - Visitor (English & American versions), written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, annotated, pp 12
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000173
Monologue - Palais Dancers, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 6
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000174
Song lyrics - Ethel, words by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 10
see music score see JG/Mu/000029
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000175
Song lyrics - Songs of Many Lands, words by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, one of the copies is hand-written, annotated, pp 13
copyright Joyce Grenfell. for music score see JG/Mu/000033
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000176
Song lyrics - Hostess, words by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000030
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000177
Song lyrics - Its Almost Tomorrow, words by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, which opened at the Fortune Theatre, London, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000035
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000178
Monologue - Nativity Play, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, published in the book George - Don't Do That, two versions entitled Christmas Play, one copy hand written, annotated, pp 33
the original idea for the sketches came from How to talk to children JG/PS/000011
Typed Document


JG/PS/000179
Monologue - Flowers, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, published in the book George - Don't Do That, pp 10
the original idea for the sketches came from the sketch How to talk to children JG/PS/000011
Typed Document 1950 (?)


JG/PS/000180
Monologue - Free Activity Period, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, published in the book George - Don't Do That, two copies hand written, pp 18
the original idea for the sketches came from the sketch How to talk to children JG/PS/000011
Typed Document 1957 (?)


JG/PS/000181
Monologue - Story Time, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, published in George - Don't Do That, two copies hand written, one copy an American version of the sketch, pp 24
JG/PS/000181/3 - registered at the Performing Rights Society USA, the original idea for the sketches came from the sketch How to talk to children JG/PS/000011
Typed Document


JG/PS/000182
Monologue - Sing-Song Time, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, published in George - Don't Do That, annotated, pp 10
the original idea for the sketches came from the sketch How to talk to children JG/PS/000011
Typed Document


JG/PS/000183
Monologue - Going Home Time, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, published in George - Don't Do That, annotated, pp 14
the original idea for the sketches came from the sketch How to talk to children JG/PS/000011
Typed Document


JG/PS/000184
Monologue - Biscuits and Milk, part of the Nursery School Sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Sydney (?), annotated, pp 7
Typed Document


JG/PS/000185
Monologue - Busy Bees and Active Ants, part of the Nursery School Sketches (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1954 (?)


JG/PS/000186
Monologue - Moving to Music (?), part of the Nursery School Sketches (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, hand written, pp 4
Written Document


JG/PS/000187
Monologue - various versions of Christmas Tree, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pencil note indicating written for Woman's Hour party - Home Service, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 1950 (?)


JG/PS/000188
Monologues - Bazaar, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document 11/1951


JG/PS/000189
Monologue - Fancy Dress (three different versions), from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed on Leisure Hour (?), annotated, pp 24
Typed Document 1951 revised in 1961


JG/PS/000190
Monologue - New Hat, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed on Leisure Hour, pp 5
Typed Document 11/1951


JG/PS/000191
Monologue - Wedding / Bridesmaid, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed on Leisure Hour, annotated, pp 6
on JG/PS/000191/1 written out in pencil on the reverse side is The Yellow Rose of Texas
Typed Document 11/1951


JG/PS/000192
Monologues - Women's Weeklies, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed on Leisure Hour, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 12/1951


JG/PS/000193
Monologue - Carolling, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, performed on Leisure Hour, annotated, pp 2
song written out on pencil on the back of the script
Typed Document 12/1951


JG/PS/000194
Monologue - TV Christmas (two different versions), from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, appeared in the Radio Times December 1953, one hand written, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 12/1953


JG/PS/000195
Monologue - no title - recorded for a Christmas present for Victor Stiebel, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1953


JG/PS/000196
Monologue - Palais de Danse, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, first performed in Joyce Grenfell's Requests the Pleasure (?), one scrap of script, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000197
Monologue - Fun Fair, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 1957


JG/PS/000198
Monologue - Picnic Place, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 1959 - 1960


JG/PS/000199
Monologue - Foreign Feller, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, one hand written, annotated, pp 5
copyright Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000200
Monologue - Music Festival, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell for the Aldeburgh festival, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document 1964


JG/PS/000201
Monologue - Amateur Talent Contest, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document


JG/PS/000202
Monologue - New Photos, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000203
Monologue - Telepathy, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document


JG/PS/000204
Monologue - Boxing Day Panto, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000205
Monologue - Mr Pilchard's Discovery, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, one hand written copy, annotated, pp 14
Typed Document


JG/PS/000206
Monologue - New Year's Eve, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000207
Monologue - At The Ballet, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000208
Monologue - Twenty First, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document


JG/PS/000209
Monologue - Mr Pilchard's Canary, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document


JG/PS/000210
Monologue - At The Cinema, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000211
Monologue - Beauty Treatment, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000212
Monologue - Wedge Heels, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000213
Monologue - Holiday/Week's Holiday, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000214
Monologue - Hypnotism, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Written Document


JG/PS/000215
Monologue - Christmas Shopping, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series of sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000216
Monologue - Beauty through Body Control, from the Shirley's Girlfriend series, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, one hand written copy, pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000217
Monologue - Opening, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 1
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000218
Monologue - Friend to Tea, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000219
Song lyrics - I Don't Arf Love Yer, words by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated, pp 3
for music score see JG/Mu/000072
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000220
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'I haven't a drop of Scottish blood in me', words by Joyce Grenfell (?), hand written
Written Document 1954


JG/PS/000221
Song lyrics - Learn to Loosen, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 7
for music score see JG/Mu/000049
Typed Document 1954


JG/PS/000222
Song lyrics - Lonely for No One, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1954 (?)


JG/PS/000223
Song lyrics - The Whizzer, words by Joyce Grenfell, originally performed by Elsie and Doris Waters and Sally Steward in the revue Pay the Piper, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1954 (?)


JG/PS/000224
Song lyrics - Opening Numbers, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1956 (?)


JG/PS/000225
Song lyrics - The Woman on the Bus, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
for music score see JG/Mu/000036
Typed Document 1956 - 1957


JG/PS/000226
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'I adore the theatre, I mean literally I do', words by Joyce Grenfell (?),
Typed Document 1956


JG/PS/000227
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'Happy Hello to you', words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1956


JG/PS/000228
Song lyrics - Ballad, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
for music score see JG/Mu/000028
Typed Document 1956


JG/PS/000229
Song lyrics - Boat Train, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document 1957


JG/PS/000230
Song lyrics - You Don't Need More Than a Small Bare Room, words by Joyce Grenfell
for music score see JG/Mu/000092
Typed Document 1959


JG/PS/000231
Song lyrics - Dear Francois, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 7
for music score see JG/Mu/000038
Typed Document 1959


JG/PS/000232
Monologue - Counterwise (several different versions), written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 13
Typed Document 1957 - 1960


JG/PS/000233
Monologue - Simple Setting, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 1959


JG/PS/000234
Monologue - Wibberly, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 1957


JG/PS/000235
Monologue - Committee, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 10
Typed Document 1957


JG/PS/000236
Poem - For New Years Day 1957, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 2
Typed Document 1957


JG/PS/000237
Song lyrics - Five Encores, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 12
for music score see JG/Mu/000044 - 48
Typed Document 1959 - 1960 (?)


JG/PS/000238
Monologue - Picnic Place, written by Joyce Grenfell, hand written, pp 51
Written Document 1960


JG/PS/000239
Song lyrics - Mediocre Waltz, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 5
for music score see JG/Mu/000080
Typed Document 1960


JG/PS/000240
Poem - not title, first line 'I'm married to a man', written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1960


JG/PS/000241
Song lyrics - Private 'I', words by Joyce Grenfell, one hand written, annotated, pp 3
for music score see JG/Mu/000060
Written Document 1960s


JG/PS/000242
Song lyrics - Gifted, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1960


JG/PS/000243
Poem - no title, first line 'Beyond the call of Duty', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1960 (?)


JG/PS/000244
Monologue - Time to Waste, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 10
Typed Document 1960


JG/PS/000245
Monologue - Telephone Call, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 1961


JG/PS/000246
Monologue - Tristram, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000247
Poem - London Song, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1961


JG/PS/000248
Poem - for New Year's Day 1962, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000249
Poem - September the Eighth 1962, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000250
Poem - Songs of Gladdery and Joyage or Songs you don't want to hear (two different versions) , written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000251
Poem - Sonnet for New Year's Day 1963, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document 1963


JG/PS/000252
Monologue - Lally Tullett, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 13
Typed Document c 1963


JG/PS/000253
Monologue - Opera Interval, written by Joyce Grenfell, for the Aldeburgh Festival, annotated - lots of hand written notes, pp 17
Typed Document 1964


JG/PS/000254
Song lyrics - What Shall I Wear etc, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document by 1964


JG/PS/000255
Monologue - Its Made all the Difference, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1964


JG/PS/000256
Monologue - Fan, written by Joyce Grenfell, two copies are hand written, pp 7
Typed Document 1964 (?)


JG/PS/000257
Poem - no title, first line 'Its got the most beautiful harbour in the world' (about Sydney), written by Joyce Grenfell on her Australian tour (?)
Written Document 1965


JG/PS/000258
Monologue - Life Story, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 10
Written Document 1965, revised 1973


JG/PS/000259
Song lyrics - I Wouldn't Go Back to the World I Knew, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000051
Typed Document c 1965


JG/PS/000260
Monologue - Introduction to Speeches, written by Joyce Grenfell, one hand written version, pp 24
Typed Document 1965, revised 1973


JG/PS/000261
Song lyrics - Wrong Song for the Wrong Singers, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 7
Typed Document by 1965


JG/PS/000262
Song lyrics - Hymn, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document 1965 (?)


JG/PS/000263
Monologue - English Literature - parts 1, 2 and 3, written by Joyce Grenfell, four versions are hand written, annotated, pp 50
Typed Document 1965, revised 1968


JG/PS/000264
Song lyrics - Bring Back the Silence, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1965


JG/PS/000265
Monologue - The Past is Present, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 1966


JG/PS/000266
Song lyrics - Song for Aldeburgh for 1967 - for Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Typed Document 1967


JG/PS/000267
Song lyrics - Nicodemus' Song, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated
Typed Document 1967


JG/PS/000268
Monologue - A Terrible Worrier, written by Joyce Grenfell, two versions hand written, annotated, pp 15
Written Document 1967


JG/PS/000269
Monologue - In The Train, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 9
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000270
Monologue - One is One, written by Jocye Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000271
Monologue - One is One and All Alone, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000272
Monologue - The Wedding is on Saturday, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000273
Monologue - Thursdays, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document by 1969


JG/PS/000274
Song lyrics - Slow Down, words by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document c 1969


JG/PS/000275
Song lyrics - I'm over twenty-one, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1970


JG/PS/000276
Song lyrics - Mulgarth Street (two different versions), words by Joyce Grenfell, two versions hand written, pp 4
Written Document 1968 (?)


JG/PS/000277
Monologue - First Flight, written by Joyce Grenfell, three copies are hand written, pp 14
Written Document 1970, revised 1973


JG/PS/000278
Poem - no title, first line 'You put me in mind of my dear old Cockney Mum', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1945 (?)


JG/PS/000279
Poem - Spring 1951, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document 1951


JG/PS/000280
Song lyrics - A Commonplace, words by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written, pp 5
Typed Document revised 1973


JG/PS/000281
Monologue - A Little Talk, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000282
Poem - Beat Type Song, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000283
Song lyrics - Charlie Parker's Flower Song, words by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000284
Monologue - Cardboard Figures - End of Affair, Her Ladyship's Maid, Young Thing, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000285
Monologue - Gillian - A Short Story with a moral, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written, pp 9
Written Document


JG/PS/000286
Poem - Glad, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000287
Poem - part of two poems, no titles, first lines 'Go to sleep, my darling baby' and 'Turn Back', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000288
Poem - no title, first line 'Now the evening's over', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document


JG/PS/000289
Song lyrics - The Green Time of Summer, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
for music score see JG/Mu/000069
Written Document


JG/PS/000290
Poem - It Depends Where You Stand, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000291
Monologue - no title, first line 'From a nice simple home', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000292
Song lyrics - Kitchen Department, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000293
Poem - no title, first line 'Leave the Flowers alone', written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Written Document


JG/PS/000294
Monologue - Middle-Aged Tennis, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000295
Poem - Nanny Moss, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated
Typed Document


JG/PS/000296
Poem - no title, first line 'No short cuts to infinity?', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000297
Song lyrics - Not in the Mood for News, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
for music score see JG/Mu/000073
Typed Document


JG/PS/000298
Poem - no title, first line 'Now theres no safety in the world at all', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000299
Poem - Old Thyme, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000300
Poem - Peacetime, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000301
Poem - no title, first line 'The process of domesticating space' written by Joyce Grenfell, used as New Year's Day Sonnet 1963
Typed Document


JG/PS/000302
Song lyrics - Rockabye Lullaby, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000303
Poem - no title, first line 'Round the garden, very slow', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document


JG/PS/000304
Poem - There and Back, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000305
Poem - no title, first line 'This was hardly a summer', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document


JG/PS/000306
Poem - The Upper Crust Child, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000307
Poem - Tea time concert song - Urban Dweller's Country Wishsong, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000308
Poem - no title, first line 'What happens at the moment of true vision?', no author given
Typed Document


JG/PS/000309
Poem - no title, first line 'Whenever I see the full moon', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000310
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'When Mr Sargent painted me', written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000311
Poem - Winter from the Train, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000312
Notes - page of pencil notes, hand written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/PS/000313
Poem - The Ferry Boats of Sydney, written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document 1965


JG/PS/000314
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'As You See I'm over twenty one', words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document 1970


JG/PS/000315
Song lyrics - Lily-Anne or the Woodland Princess, words by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
for music score see JG/Mu/000086
Written Document


JG/PS/000316
Song lyrics - Drifting (and Dreaming), words by Joyce Grenfell, one copy is hand written, pp 4
for music score see JG/Mu/000065
Typed Document 1940s


JG/PS/000317
Poem - Hands, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000318
Poem - no title, first line 'When people ask me where are you heading?', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated
Typed Document 1940s (?)


JG/PS/000319
Poem - Child by the Sea, written by Joyce Grenfell for Punch (?)
Written Document 1943


JG/PS/000320
Poem - In Cumberland, one copy published in The Christian Science Monitor, one copy hand written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Printed Material 16/07/1975


JG/PS/000321
Sonnet - 'If ever I am rich enough to make', written by Joyce Grenfell, published by The Poetry Society, 33 Portman Square, London
Printed Material


JG/PS/000322
Poem - no title, first line 'If I should go before the rest of you', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000323
Poem - no title, first line 'Yet even now I am not used to you', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document


JG/PS/000324
Poem - no title, first line 'I know exactly what's going(?) to happen', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000325
Poem - The Bumble Bee, written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/PS/000326
Poem - no title, first line 'Some days start on a low dark note', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), includes sketch of flower
Written Document


JG/PS/000327
Poem - no title, first line 'I know you, who you are', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000328
Poem - no title, first line 'I remember the early days', written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000329
Song lyrics - no title, first line 'I am an impressionists portrait of me', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000330
Poem - no title, first line 'How beautiful the telly's thud', written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/PS/000331
Poem - Walks of Life, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000332
Poem - Envoie, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document


JG/PS/000333
Song lyrics - Song of our Time, words by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000334
Poem - no title, first line 'I am travelling in my head', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document


JG/PS/000335
Poem - A morning William Morris might have known, written by Joyce Grenfell, published by The Poetry Society, 33 Portman Street, London
Typed Document


JG/PS/000336
Poem - Sunday Night Return, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000337
Poem - no title, first line 'I'm in love', written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000338
Poem - no title, first line 'I know something wonderful', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000339
Poem - no title, first line 'What do you go to the movies for?', written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000340
Poem - Mrs S, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 8
Typed Document


JG/PS/000341
Poem - no title, first line 'When evening falls and the stars come out', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000342
Poem - no title, part of a poem with the first line 'This lush green year of weeping rains', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000343
Poem - no title, first line 'To all of you ladies who seek to embellish', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 2
Written Document


JG/PS/000344
Poem - no title, first line 'Such peaceful thoughts my mind doth fill', written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated
Typed Document


JG/PS/000345
Poem - no title, first line 'Maud won't come into the garden', written by Joyce Grenfell / Nicholas Phipps (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000346
Song lyric - no title, first line 'Got to find a place - got to find a place', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000347
Poem - no title, first line 'The stick breaks in the water', written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/PS/000348
Poem - The Continuity of Good, written by Joyce Grenfell
Typed Document


JG/PS/000349
Poem - no title, first line 'I need and think', written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/PS/000350
Poem - no title, first line 'I remember a time', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000351
Poem - no title, first line 'My boy's bought a motor bike', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 2
Written Document


JG/PS/000352
Monologue - series of introduction to some of Joyce Grenfell's monologues - English Literature, Du Maurier, It's made all the difference, Bring back the Silence, Speeches, Learn to Loosen, Hymn, Lally Tullet, Encores, etc. written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document 1970 (?)


JG/PS/000353
Poem - no title, first line 'Charlie fell in love with a prima ballerina', written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Typed Document


JG/PS/000354
Script - The Voluntary Worker, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), for the radio (?), pp 2
Typed Document 1942 (?)


JG/PS/000355
Script - no title, first line 'Hello - may I come in? I've just brought Mrs Glynn Pottridge', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated, pp 2
Written Document 1944 (?)


JG/PS/000356
Short Story - Pussy Willow Williams published in Housewife, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Printed Material 12/1946


JG/PS/000357
Script - Hurrah for Books written for Cheltenham Book Week, written by Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 24
Typed Document 10/1949 (?)


JG/PS/000358
Article - Joyce Grenfell on A Suitable Gift published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 12/1950


JG/PS/000359
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Keeping a Diary published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 01/1951


JG/PS/000360
Article - Joyce Grenfell on The Art of not Being Bored published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 02/1951


JG/PS/000361
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Small Fry published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 03/1951


JG/PS/000362
Article - I was wearing published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 04/1951


JG/PS/000363
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Holidays published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 05/1951


JG/PS/000364
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Buying a Dress published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 06/1951


JG/PS/000365
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Noise published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 07/1951


JG/PS/000366
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Touring published by Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 08/1951


JG/PS/000367
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Audiences published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 09/1951


JG/PS/000368
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Parties published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 10/1951


JG/PS/000369
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Opening Bazaars published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 11/1951


JG/PS/000370
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Decorations published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy is typewritten and annotated, pp 5
Printed Material 12/1951


JG/PS/000371
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Letter Writing published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy type written with annotations, pp 4
Printed Material 01/1952


JG/PS/000372
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Sleeping Habits published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy type written with annotations
Printed Material 02/1952


JG/PS/000373
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Reading published by Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy type written with annotations, pp 4
Printed Material 03/1952


JG/PS/000374
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Tidiness published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy is type written with annotations, pp 4
Printed Material 04/1952


JG/PS/000375
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Eating Habits published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy is type written with annotations, pp 5
Printed Material 05/1952


JG/PS/000376
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Personal Appearances published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy type written with annotations, pp 4
Printed Material 06/1952


JG/PS/000377
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Music published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 07/1952


JG/PS/000378
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Eating Habits published in English Digest, written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 08/1952


JG/PS/000379
Article - Joyce Grenfell enjoys Innings published in Everywoman, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Printed Material 09/1952


JG/PS/000380
Article - Joyce Grenfell on Opening Gambits published in Everywoman (?), written by Joyce Grenfell
Printed Material 1951 - 1952


JG/PS/000381
Script - Turning Out published for Housewife (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Printed Material 1951


JG/PS/000382
Article - An Ideal Husband published by News Chronicle, written by Joyce Grenfell, one type written copy, pp 4
Printed Material 04/1952


JG/PS/000383
Script - This I Believe, for Ed Murrows radio series 'This I Believe' recorded in London and heard in New York, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1952 (?)


JG/PS/000384
Article - A Nice Read published in The Spectator, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy type written, pp 5
Printed Material 30/10/1953


JG/PS/000385
Article - Make Mine Andante published in The Spectator, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy type written, pp 8
Printed Material 20/11/1953


JG/PS/000386
Article - Dear Shirl (story of a confused Christmas) published in the Radio Times, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
for another version of this script see JG/PS/000194
Printed Material 18/12/1953


JG/PS/000387
Article - The Wrong Shape for Dancing published in London Calling, written by Joyce Grenfell, three copies type written, pp 27
Printed Material 03/12/1953


JG/PS/000388
Article - Signposts to the Theatre published in London Calling, written by Joyce Grenfell, two type written copies, pp 11
Printed Material 24/12/1953


JG/PS/000389
Article - This Glorious Wall of Laughter published in London Calling, written by Joyce Grenfell, two type written copies, pp 11
Printed Material 31/12/1953


JG/PS/000390
Script - no title, first line 'Continuity in childhood is very important.', for a Talk broadcast on Home Service, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 8
Typed Document 25/12/1954


JG/PS/000391
Article - Overheards published in Vogue, written by Joyce Grenfell, four copies are type written, pp 24
Printed Material 12/1955


JG/PS/000392
Article - My New York Bank, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Written Document 1956


JG/PS/000393
Article - My Life Story, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 7
Written Document c 1955


JG/PS/000394
Article - no title, first line 'As far as I know the first practical sign I ever gave that', written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Typed Document 1956 (?)


JG/PS/000395
Article - The Day I Met - The Quiet Man in the Corner, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1956 (?)


JG/PS/000396
Article - no title, first line 'I enjoyed school. I enjoyed all my schools and I went to a lot of them.', written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 1958


JG/PS/000397
Article - no title, first line 'Thursday was a very important day for Mrs Freese', published in Wednesday magazine (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 03/09/1958


JG/PS/000398
Article - Virtues - Generosity, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 4
Typed Document 07/1960


JG/PS/000399
Article - no title, first line 'The reason I travel to America by sea whenever possible' published in The Times (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written, pp 2
Typed Document 03/1961


JG/PS/000400
Monologue - Dumb Friend, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 7
Typed Document 1962


JG/PS/000401
Article - Come Dancing published in The Christian Science Monitor, written by Joyce Grenfell, two type written copies, annotated, pp 9
Printed Material 27/10/1964


JG/PS/000402
Article - The Tide of Christmas published in The Christian Science Monitor, written by Joyce Grenfell, one type written copy, pp 8
Printed Material 22/12/1964


JG/PS/000403
Article - View from a Small Corner published as the Annual Lanchester College Lecture, written by Joyce Grenfell, one type written copy, annotated, pp 50
Printed Material 1965


JG/PS/000404
Article - Escape Routes of the Heart, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp10
Typed Document 21/07/1965


JG/PS/000405
Script - Happiness: Can it be pursued?, for Women's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written, pp 20
for the radio script see JG/PS/000068
Typed Document 26/08/1965


JG/PS/000406
Article - Anything Can Happen to a Housewife written for Woman's Day USA (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 14
Typed Document 03/1966


JG/PS/000407
Article - Why Do Good Words go Bad?, written for McCalls (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written, annotated, pp 19
Typed Document 04/1966


JG/PS/000408
Article - My Mother Couldn't Spell published in The Christian Science Monitor, written by Joyce Grenfell, three type written copies, annotated, pp 9
Printed Material 02/09/1967


JG/PS/000409
Article - Seeing is Believing for BBC TV (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 31/12/1967


JG/PS/000410
Script - Progress written for Women's Hour, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 2
for radio script see JG/PS 000081
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000411
Article - The Strawberry Tray, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 10
Typed Document 1968


JG/PS/000412
Article - Christmas Number written for the Radio Times, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document 1968


JG/PS/000413
Speech script - no title, read in a programme at Guildford, at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document 11/1968


JG/PS/000414
Speech script - On Making Discoveries, written by Joyce Grenfell, read at Churchhill College Chapel, annotated, pp 36
Typed Document 27/04/1969


JG/PS/000415
Article - Personal Viewpoint - Joyce Grenfell, no title, first line 'I speak not as an expert in anything except my own small corner of employment' published in Woman's Home Journal, pp 3
Printed Material 31/07/1969


JG/PS/000416
Article - Stop, Look and Listen, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Written Document 1970


JG/PS/000417
Script - I know I ought to but, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
for the radio script see JG/PS/000101
Written Document 1971 - 1972


JG/PS/000418
Script - Why I am a student of Christian Science, written by Joyce Grenfell, produced by Colin Seeper (?) for the Sunday Magazine, includes two letters to Joyce Grenfell about the script, annotated, pp 13
letters are from BBC and Christian Science Committees on Publication
Typed Document 1969 - 1971


JG/PS/000419
Speech script - Meeting the World, for Focus 71 - a summer gathering of Young Christian Scientists, written by Joyce Grenfell, includes letters about Focus, itineraries, rules, activities of the gathering, pp 22
Typed Document 07/1971


JG/PS/000420
Article - no title, first line 'I have been going to the theatre since I was 7 years old', written by Joyce Grenfell for Theatre Programme Magazine, pp 8
Typed Document 06/1971


JG/PS/000421
Speech script - The Christian and Communication, written by Joyce Grenfell for a talk for Cornwall Cares 5 - Concerns for Lent, includes programme of the event, a letter to Joyce from the co-ordinator and a order of service, pp 107
Typed Document 16/03/1972


JG/PS/000422
Speech script - The Reason for Joy, written by Joyce Grenfell for Women Alive! - an interdenominational rally of Christian women, Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon, includes a poster, a letter and information about the event, pp 22
Typed Document 20/04/1972


JG/PS/000423
Article - A Lovely Wet Day, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Typed Document 1972


JG/PS/000424
Speech script - address by Joyce Grenfell given at Joint Meeting in support of Summit 73, no specific title, one hand written copy, pp 8
Typed Document 20/03/1973


JG/PS/000425
Script - Timing it Right, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Typed Document 1973


JG/PS/000426
Speech script - address for Manchester Polytechnic, no specific title, first line 'The trouble with being a dabbler in several different worlds', written by Joyce Grenfell, one hand written copy, pp10
Typed Document 06/12/1973


JG/PS/000427
Article - How do you get a taste for reading?, written by Joyce Grenfell for the BBC (?), one hand written copy, pp 31
Typed Document 22/10/1975


JG/PS/000428
Article - My Way of Prayer, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 8
Written Document 06/1976


JG/PS/000429
Article - Discovering, written by Joyce Grenfell, includes a letter from Marjorie Goy to Joyce, thanking her for sending her the script to read, two hand written copies, pp 38
Typed Document 01/04/1978


JG/PS/000430
Article - The sights and sounds of seaside's long ago, published in The Observer, written by Joyce Grenfell shortly before she died, one copy hand written, pp 14
Printed Material 02/12/1979


JG/PS/000431
Letter script - no title, sent to 'Woman Still Alive' at Croydon Free Church Federal C?, page of thoughts about religion, written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document 24/10/1978


JG/PS/000432
Speech script - What I believe and why, written by Joyce Grenfell, one of a series of Sunday night talks organised by the Anglican Chaplain at Reading University, pp 32
Written Document 27/10/1974


JG/PS/000433
Story script - for a children's story called 'Duddy', written by Joyce Grenfell, including a layout of chapters for the story, also a newspaper cut out of a story by Joyce Grenfell entitled 'First Times', pp 62
Written Document 1967


JG/PS/000434
Short story - Story, about a Bishop who occasionally went on television, written by Joyce Grenfell, two copies hand written, pp 82
Typed Document


JG/PS/000435
Script - Potter on Lifemanship, part or introduction of the Lifemanship Papers, written by Stephen Potter (?), pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000436
Article - Joyce Grenfell - an appreciation in the form of a verbal chaplet woven by Alan Dent, an article about Joyce Grenfell and her work, pp 5
Typed Document


JG/PS/000437
Booklet - Oak Leaf, (a religious college), includes an article by Joyce Grenfell entitled Prayer Without Ceasing, pp 48
Printed Material 1973 (?)


JG/PS/000438
Article - Everyone Wants to be Happy, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 5
another copy of the script JG/PS/000445
Typed Document


JG/PS/000439
Poem - Companion Pieces 1 The Friend who knits, 2 The Friend who talks, 3 The Friend who gets lost at the cinema, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document


JG/PS/000440
Article - part of an article entitled Portraits - about Walter de la Mare, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated
Typed Document


JG/PS/000441
Article - no title, first line 'The tide of Christmas starts rolling earlier and earlier', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000442
Poem - no title, first line 'Today with a list of jobs to be done', written by Joyce Grenfell, two slightly different versions, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000443
Article - The Inevitable Result, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Written Document


JG/PS/000444
Article - foreword for the book Nanny says, ed. by Sir Hugh Casson, Joyce Grenfell, Diana Avebury, pp 4
Typed Document 1972


JG/PS/000445
Article - Everyone Wants to be Happy, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
another copy of the script at JG/PS/000438
Typed Document


JG/PS/000446
Article - Does Belief in God make a Difference?, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 10
Typed Document


JG/PS/000447
Article - As I See It, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 5
Written Document


JG/PS/000448
Short story - part of (missing page 1), no title, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document


JG/PS/000449
Article - Values, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 17
Typed Document


JG/PS/000450
Article - My England, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 6
Typed Document


JG/PS/000451
Article - review of The Letters of Ruth Draper, edited by Neilla Warren, review written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Written Document


JG/PS/000452
Article - review for the book The Quiz Book of Music (?), written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document


JG/PS/000453
Article - Living in Chelsea, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 8
Written Document


JG/PS/000454
Script - introduction to Joyce Grenfell's programme of monologues and songs, written on Princeton Inn, New Jersey note paper, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document


JG/PS/000455
Article - Granny, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000456
Article - first page missing, no title, about Joyce Grenfell's childhood, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), annotated, pp 7
Typed Document


JG/PS/000457
Article - no title, first line 'She was a big girl - always has been', written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 8
Written Document


JG/PS/000458
Poem - no title, about Christmas, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated
Typed Document


JG/PS/000459
Article - no title, first line 'To wake up as I usually do everyday', written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 7
Written Document


JG/PS/000460
Script - series of scripts Theatre Dresser, Stage Hands, Bus Conductors, Taxi Drivers, London Eccentrics, Elderly Friends, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 11
for the radio script of Theatre Dresser see JG/PS/000052
Typed Document


JG/PS/000461
Script - no title, Joyce Grenfell (?) choosing songs that she likes and giving reasons for her choice, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document


JG/PS/000462
Script - Joyce Grenfell Interviews, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000463
Script - Wonder, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 14
Written Document


JG/PS/000464
Script - no title, first line 'I was a late starter with poetry', written by Joyce Grenfell, includes a letter from Robert K Rosenburg of the Linden Press about Joyce's performance and publishing her repertoire, pp 5
Written Document 1971 (?)


JG/PS/000465
Monologue - Only 18 (?), script by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 7
Written Document


JG/PS/000466
Article - foreword for Joyce Grenfell's book 'Stately as a Galleon' and other songs and sketches, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Written Document


JG/PS/000467
Article - review of The Life of Ian Fleming by John Parson, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 3
Written Document 1968


JG/PS/000468
Speech script - no title about Christmas for the St Martin's in the Fields church, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 2
Written Document 1971


JG/PS/000469
Speech script - Discovery, written by Joyce Grenfell, written for St Mary's Gerards Church, annotated, pp 20
Typed Document


JG/PS/000470
Script - no title, story about animals, written by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 4
Typed Document


JG/PS/000471
Script - I Didn't Find any Age Gap, written by Joyce Grenfell, two different versions of the speech, also two pages of rough headings about the talk, pp 9
Typed Document


JG/PS/000472
Script - With Great Pleasure - a personal selection of prose and poetry by Joyce Grenfell, includes transcripts of the poetry and prose that Joyce Grenfell used in the programme, three copies, annotated, one part is list of items, pp 114
Typed Document


JG/PS/000473
Article - Emma, by Jane Austin, Joyce Grenfell's thoughts about the book, annotated, pp 3
Written Document


JG/PS/000474
Radio script - Joyce Grenfell reads a selection of poetry she has chosen herself for BBC Home Service, produced by Frederick Bradnum, annotated, pages missing, pp 2
Typed Document 10/04/1949


JG/PS/000475
Poems and prose - a selection of poems and extracts from books, probably used by Joyce Grenfell for poetry recitals, by various authors (not Joyce Grenfell), including some hand written notes
Typed Document


JG/PS/000476
Monologue - Local Library, written by Joyce Grenfell, part of the monologue
Written Document


JG/PS/000477
Notes - list of headings about God, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000478
Poem - no title, first line 'What eye beholds the spring?', written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000479
Notes - rough review for She for God by Katherine Moore, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000480
Notes - series of quotations written out, by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 2
Written Document


JG/PS/000481
Article - review of The Secret Garden and Uses of Literacy, written by Joyce Grenfell, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document


JG/PS/000482
Notes - scrap of paper of notes, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000483
Notes - list of the 'How' radio series and their dates, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000484
Notes - about The Gospel according to John, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000485
Notes - rough notes for a speech (?), written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000486
Monologue - Visitor, part of the monologue, written by Joyce Grenfell
Written Document


JG/PS/000487
Notes - series of quotations, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000488
Monologue - Thought for Today, part of, notes by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000489
Notes - rough notes, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000490
Speech script - introduction to an Apollo Society recital of poetry and music, written by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Written Document


JG/PS/000491
Notes - concerning the Apollo Society Recital, list of poems used and groupings of the poems, recital featuring Joyce Grenfell, Viola Tunnard, Martin Penny, annotated
Written Document 18/01/1959


JG/PS/000492
Notes - running order for poems used by the Apollo Society, featuring Joyce Grenfell
for programme of this performance see JG/PG/000008
Written Document 30/11/1958


JG/PS/000493
List - service sheet for St Mary le Bow, with notes by Joyce Grenfell (?)
Typed Document 13/12/1977


JG/PS/000494
Television script - revised running order for the television show Presenting Joyce Grenfell, with notes by Joyce Grenfell (?), pp 4
Typed Document 06/10/1971


JG/PS/000495
Speech script - the address that Joyce Grenfell gave at the Service of Prayer and Thanksgiving for Miss Clemence Dane (Winifred Ashton), at the Royal parish church of St Martin-in-the-Fields, one copy hand written, one order of service, pp 31
Typed Document 22/04/1965


JG/PS/000496
Speech script - an address for Dame Myra Hess (Julia Myra), pianist, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 34
Typed Document 1965 (?)


JG/PS/000497
Poem - Christopher Smart from A Song to David, read by Joyce Grenfell (?) at Phyllis Nichol's memorial service, pp 3
Typed Document 22/03/1972


JG/PS/000498
Speech script - for an address by Joyce Grenfell at a service for Max Adrian, annotated, pp 5
Typed Document 14/03/1973


JG/PS/000499
Speech script - tribute to Sara Grace Miall (Garnee) given by Joyce Grenfell at Stockport Crematorium, also a letter from Leonard (Garnee's son) thanking Joyce for her speech, pp 4
Typed Document 07/1975


JG/PS/000500
Speech script - Nancy Mitford - a memoir by Harold Acton, read by Joyce Grenfell, on the radio programme Reading Pleasure (?), pp 4
Typed Document 1975


JG/PS/000501
Article - the Dictionary of National Biography entry for Stephen Potter, written by Joyce Grenfell, includes two slips of paper from the Dictionary of National Biography, annotated, pp 10
Typed Document 06/1976


JG/PS/000502
Radio script - Stephen Potter, written by Joyce Grenfell for the radio, produced by Denys Gueroult, annotated, pp 11
Typed Document 29/12/1969


JG/PS/000503
Article - about Stephen Potter, written by Roy Plomley (who took part in many of the 'How' radio series), annotated, pp 2
possibly sent to Joyce Grenfell as his contribution to the Dictionary of National Biography entry that she wrote for Stephen Potter JG/PS/000501
Typed Document 12/1969


JG/PS/000504
Speech script - address given at the service of thanksgiving for the life and work of Joanna Scott-Moncrieff (Mrs Noel Baker) which took place at All Souls, Langham Place, written by Joyce Grenfell, one copy hand written, includes order of service, pp 13
Typed Document 02/03/1979


JG/PS/000505
Speech script - tribute to Ronnie Waldman at The Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, one of the contributors was Joyce Grenfell, speech is hand written, includes order of service, pp 4
Written Document 13/06/1978


JG/PS/000506
Prompt cards - for Friends (?) speech in Ipswich, probably on book promotion tour, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 8
Written Document 23/04/1971


JG/PS/000507
Prompt cards - for speech made by Joyce Grenfell at Loughton, with an audience of 600 school girls aged 11 - 18, pp 13
Written Document 01/07/1977 (?)


JG/PS/000508
Prompt cards - for speech(es) at Bristol, Leeds and Euston (?) given by Joyce Grenfell, at one occasion Sir Alec Douglas Home was also speaking, pp 8
Written Document 1975


JG/PS/000509
Prompt cards - for speech for the Evening Standard, given by Joyce Grenfell, speaking after Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure was published, pp 2
Written Document 07/10/1976


JG/PS/000510
Prompt cards - for a speech at Eton given by Joyce Grenfell, about The Lanchester lecture and its content, pp 12
Written Document 01/07/1976


JG/PS/000511
Prompt cards - for a speech at a Private School's Headmaster's Conference in Cambridge, written by Joyce Grenfell, pp 22
Written Document 09/1976


JG/PS/000512
Prompt cards - for a speech at Glossop and Manchester, given by Joyce Grenfell, talking about her book Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, pp 17
Written Document 09/1976


JG/PS/000513
Prompt cards - for speech at Barnes, given by Joyce Grenfell, after publication of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, pp 8
Written Document 25/09/1976


JG/PS/000514
Prompt cards - for speech in Birmingham, given by Joyce Grenfell, after publication of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, pp 8
Written Document 13/10/1976


JG/PS/000515
Prompt cards - for speech in Plymouth, given by Joyce Grenfell, after publication of Joyce Grenfell Requests the Pleasure, pp 9
Written Document 21/03/1977


JG/PS/000516
Prompt cards - for speech to the SixPoint Group, given by Joyce Grenfell, some pages are missing, pp 9
Written Document 11/05/1977


JG/PS/000517
Prompt cards - for speech for the Chelsea Society, given by Joyce Grenfell, about her being a 'Chelsea Pensioner', pp 6
for similar dialogue see JG/PS/000453
Written Document 08/06/1977


JG/PS/000518
Prompt cards - for speech at a Foyles luncheon, given by Joyce Grenfell, about women, pp 10
Written Document 21/09/1976