The Tibbald

The Tibbald was a small restaurant not far from the British Museum (London) in Theobalds Road. It is mentioned in a published 1926 letter by the poet John Freeman to Martin Armstrong as a place to meet. Tibbald was (is) how locals pronounce the name of the road. Info from an annotation by Sidney Hodgson to Freeman's Letters (1936).As an antiquarian bookseller, Sidney Hodgson supplied Freeman with rare books.

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