A Life of J. C. Beaglehole: New Zealand Scholar
2 Childhood and Youth
2 Childhood and Youth
1 Amy Ward interview. LC, MSC 430. Oral History Centre, ATL
3 JCB to JSB, 21 January 1909. J.S. Beaglehole Papers. MS-Papers-2068-8. ATL
4 DEB to JSB, 28 March 1909. J.S. Beaglehole Papers. MS-Papers-2068-7. ATL
5 Annie to JSB, 21 February 1910. ibid.
6 DEB to JSB, 28 March 1909. ibid.
8 Cecil and Celia Manson, Doctor Agnes Bennett (Wellington: Whitcombe and Tombs, 1960)
9 ibid., p.xiii
12 Annie to JSB, 23 November 1909. J.S. Beaglehole Papers. MS-Papers-2068-7. ATL
13 Ward to JCB, undated (c.1961)
14 Keith to JCB, 4 November 1948
15 Ward to JCB, undated (c.1961)
16 Ward interview. LC, MSC 430. Oral History Centre, ATL
17 Allan Thomas, 'The Savage Clubs: A Spirit of "Bohemian" Comradeship', Turnbull Library Record, vol.31 (1998), pp.43–62
18 Ward to JCB, undated (c.1961)
20 Records of Mount Cook School at this time are held in both the ATL and the J.C. Beaglehole Room in the VUW Library. See also the short history by Don Brown, Mount Cook School 1875–1975 (Wellington: Mount Cook School Centennial Committee, 1975)
21 JCB in Smudge, 1 November 1913
22 Supplement to the New Zealand Gazette, 1914, vol.1, pp.131–7
23 Smudge, 1913, no.1
24 'The Library and the Cosmos', Turnbull Library Record, vol.3, no.2 (August 1970), p.65
25 Smudge, 1915, no.4
26 Paragraph based on Ward to JCB, undated (c.1961), and Ward interview, LC, MSC 430. Oral History Centre, ATL
27 Annie to JSB, 21 February 1910. J.S. Beaglehole Papers. MS-Papers-2068-7. ATL
28 Ward interview. LC, MSC 430. Oral History Centre, ATL
29 Spike, no.41 (June 1922), p.49. The 'welcome' to Tomlinson as assistant to the professor of English at Victoria was almost certainly written by JCB, who was the magazine's editor.
30 JCB to JEP, 8 August 1968
31 JCB to DEB, 26 April 1931
32 A.W. Beasley, The Light Accepted: 125 Years of Wellington College (Wellington: Board of Trustees of Wellington College, 1992), p.78
33 JCB, address to the Chamber Music Federation Annual General Meeting, 23 March 1968, typescript. The following three paragraphs draw on this talk.
34 'Choral Music: Some suggestions', Evening Post, 29 July 1921
35 Newspaper report of service, 12 November 1905. Quoted in John Maindonald, A Radical Religious Heritage (Auckland: Auckland Unitarian Church, 1991), p.10
36 Wellington Unitarian Free Church, Calendar, April 1906
37 Annie to JSB, 23 November 1909. J.S. Beaglehole Papers. MS-Papers-2068-7. ATL
38 Annie to JSB, 21 February 1910. ibid.
39 JCB, 'Verses for my father', 1918. Handbound manuscript volume
40 Johann Nikolaus Forkell, Johann Sebastian Bach: His Life, Art, and Work, with notes and appendices by Charles Sanford Terry (London: Constable and Co, 1920); C. Hubert H. Parry, Johann Sebastian Bach: The Story of the Development of a Great Personality (New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1909)
41 JCB, 'The Parson – Some Meditations', Calendar, no.181 (July 1922)
42 Heathcote, report of a speech at the Unitarian Church, New Zealand Times, 3 August 1922
43 Unitarian Church leaflet, 1923, R.H. Hooper scrapbook, R.H. Hooper Papers. QMS-0998. ATL
44 Report of the management committee for the year ended 30 September 1924, Calendar, November 1924
47 Phrase from Hooper interview
48 JCB to EMH, 19 August 1926
49 J.C. Beaglehole Papers. 73-004-01/07. ATL
50 JCB to Sophia Hooper, 28 February 1922. ibid.
51 JCB notebook
53 JCB to EMH, 19 August 1926
55 'The Library and the Cosmos', Turnbull Library Record, vol.3, no.2 (August 1970), p.67
56 The following three paragraphs draw extensively on JCB's address to the Booksellers Association, 21 April 1971, 'From Bookshop Assistant to O.M.: Eminent ex-bookseller talks to N.Z. Jubilee Conference', Bookseller, no.3418 (26 June 1971), pp.2594–7
57 Sydney J. Shep, '"Touching the Mind of the Country": J.C. Beaglehole and the Design of the Centennial Publications', in Creating a National Spirit: Celebrating New Zealand's Centennial edited by William Renwick (Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2004), p.198
59 JCB, 'From Bookshop Assistant to O.M.'