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Byronana collection, [ca. 1809-1925]

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Papers consist primarily of correspondence by others about Lord Byron, and include some letters to Lord Byron. Miscellaneous documents relating to Byron's life and work include a list of subscribers to the Byron Memorial Fund, 1876; an invitation, issued to E.J. Trelawny, to the Byron Club, 1876; correspondence and legal documents, 1822, resulting from an incident known as the "Pisan Affray;" a travel journal,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Drawings
Named Person: George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; Anne Isabella Milbanke Byron Byron, Baroness; Ada King Lovelace, Countess of; Edward John Trelawny; William Newton Street; Leslie Alexis Marchand; Pietro Gamba, conte; Teresa Guiccioli, contessa di; Bertel Thorvaldsen; Augusta Leigh; Douglas James William Kinnaird; William Lamb Melbourne, Viscount; Caroline Lamb, Lady; John Cam Hobhouse Broughton, Baron; Catherine Gordon Byron; Julia Maria Byron; Marianna Segati; Margarita Cogni; Andrea Magnarotto; Arpelice Taruscelli; Fanny Silvestrini; Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 155474597
Language Note: English, French, Italian, and Greek.
Description: ca. 150 items.

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Papers consist primarily of correspondence by others about Lord Byron, and include some letters to Lord Byron. Miscellaneous documents relating to Byron's life and work include a list of subscribers to the Byron Memorial Fund, 1876; an invitation, issued to E.J. Trelawny, to the Byron Club, 1876; correspondence and legal documents, 1822, resulting from an incident known as the "Pisan Affray;" a travel journal, 1820-1822, by William Newton Street mentioning a visit to the Rome studio of Thorvaldsen, who was working on a bust of Byron; a list of medicinal items ordered by Byron, 1819; a drawing of Byron's schooner, n.d.; a commonplace book, 1809, and diary, 1830, kept by Lady Noel Byron; a draft of BYRON: A BIOGRAPHY by Leslie Marchand, n.d.; and travel documents, will, accounts, and correspondence, 1821-1826 of Pietro Gamba. Also, an essay by Gamba describing Lord Byron's trip to Cefalonia. Correspondents include Teresa Guiccioli, Augusta Ada Byron, Augusta Leigh, Augusta Ada Lovelace, Douglas Kinnaird, Caroline Lamb, John C. Hobhouse, William Lamb, C.G. Byron (Lord Byron's mother), E.J. Trelawny, Julia Maria Byron, Marianna Segati, Margarita Cogni, Andrea Magnarotto, Arpelice Taruscelli, Fanny Silvestrini, Mary W. Shelley, Lady Noel Byron, and others.

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