Christmas card labelled R.A.F. Station Hornchurch from ‘Anne’.
Typewritten [copied from a newspaper?] article entitled ‘Our Surplus Population Emigration & Empire Development – The Bourne Scheme’, by the Right Honourable Sir John Ross, Bt., P.C.
Typewritten account entitled ‘A few historical notes on Grafton Manor’, plus a handwritten draft of the same.
Photocopy of a typewritten article by Agatha Twining entitled ‘An Empire Community Settlement - Middle-Class Settlers For South Africa’, regarding the establishment of the first Empire Community Settlement for which South Africa had been chosen.
Reproduction of a sketch drawing of the Wye Bridge, Hereford, mounted on card and issued by the Herefordshire Historic Churches Trust.
Reproduction of a sketch drawing of Croft Castle.
Envelope inscribed by an unknown individual ‘Feathers of my Goldfinch and Canary who were killed by a cat at Cowarne Court in Jan 1891.’
An invitation sent to the tenants [of Cowarne Court] to attend the wedding of Miss [Agatha G.] Bourne and Reverend W. H. G. Twining.
Typewritten extract from ‘Victoria League’s First Annual Report’, regarding the promotion of a closer union between the different parts of the British Empire.
Coronation tickets giving admission to St. Paul’s Cathedral to view the procession of King George V and Queen Mary.
Article pasted onto a card back, regarding the Westminster Division, British Red Cross Society.
Typewritten copy of the obituary of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Bourne [Agatha’s father] and a typewritten copy of an account of his will and bequests, taken from The Hereford Times.
Prayer card dedicated to Sant Agata (St. Agatha) illustrated with a drawing of the saint.
Black & white [copy?] of a water colour painting labelled ‘Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts, Baroness. 1814 – 1906 Philanthropist.
Typewritten piece of work entitled ‘A Great Foundress – The Baroness Burdett-Coutts’, written for the centenary, 1847-1947, of St. Stephen’s Church, Westminster, by Agatha G. Twining.
A typewritten account, and handwritten draft, by Agatha Twining commenting on a talk entitled ‘Three South African Patriarchs’ given by Marjorie Juta, and recorded in ‘The Listener’ on 5th April 1956.
Accounts sheet headed ‘Mother’s money from Aunt Bea’, listing payments received and payments out [regarding the settlement received from Beatrice Dugmore upon her death?]
Copy of a document relating to the matter of a Post-nuptial settlement dated 10th December 1885 between Robert Bourne, Annie Beatrice Dugmore, Horace Radclyffe Dugmore, Gilbert Charles Bourne and Francis Edgar Croft, the latter two being trustees.
Accounts sheet listing receipts and payments regarding the post-nuptial settlement dated 10th December 1885 made shortly after the marriage of Miss. Annie Beatrice Bourne (afterwards Lady A. B. Wood) with Horace R. Dugmore in account with the persons entitled on the death of Lady Wood on 24th June 1957.
Agreement between Agatha G. Twining and the London Necropolis Company Ltd.
Notice of an extraordinary general meeting of Twining’s Property Company Ltd., plus accompanying letter.
An inventory of the contents of Agatha G. Twining’s room (6, Ground Floor, Calvary Nursing Home) for her son Stephen H. Twining’s use.
Photocopy of a typewritten obituary of Stephen Herbert Twining, son of Agatha G. Twining.
Schedule of income received since 12th June 1962 to October 1963 from Agatha G. Twining’s marriage settlement trust.
Christmas card to an unknown person from Ethel Holt.
Bourne family of Cowarne Court, coat of arms.
Certificate presented to Reverend W. H. G. Twining and Mrs. Twining by Reverend W. H. Manning, Churchwardens and Parochial organisation, upon their retirement from St. Stephen’s, Westminster.
Deed of record of Christmas greetings from Gilbert Bourne.
Greetings card [to Agatha Twining] wishing her ‘greetings and good wishes’ at Christmas and new Year, ‘from’ her grandson Sam. Includes a picture of baby Sam.
Photocopy of typewritten notes concerning the history of Grafton Manor.
Word processed history of Grafton Manor.
Laminated sheet of a hand drawn map of Grafton manor gardens with directions of a route round the gardens on the reverse.