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Collection of letters : London, Edinburgh, etc., primarily to Harriet Geddes Collins, 1822-1844.

Author: William Collins; Harriet Geddes Collins; Edward L Carey; William Hookham Carpenter; W. & J. Brown & Co.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Collection consists of 80 letters from William Collins to his wife Harriet Geddes Collins and 35 letters primarily to William Collins from various friends and acquaintances. Letters to his wife (MA 3154.1-80) concern his travels, friends, the health of their sons, Wilkie and Charles, and his work. The remaining letters (MA 3154.81-115) concern primarily the health of Frank Collins and the sale of a painting to  Read more...
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Named Person: Charles Allston Collins; Wilkie Collins; Francis Collins
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Collins; Harriet Geddes Collins; Edward L Carey; William Hookham Carpenter; W. & J. Brown & Co.
OCLC Number: 270533643
Notes: With addresses and envelopes.
The sale of a painting to Edward L. Carey was administered by Collins's brother-in-law W.H. Carpenter and the firm W. & J. Brown & Co.
Letters are cataloged individually. See catalog records for MA 3154.1-115 for more detail.
MA 3154.81-115 housed with MA 3151, MA 3152, MA 3155, and MA 3156 in a blue cloth drop-spine box labeled "Wilkie Collins / Letters / to / Charles Ward / MA 3151."
Description: 115 items, unbound ; varying dimensions.

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Collection consists of 80 letters from William Collins to his wife Harriet Geddes Collins and 35 letters primarily to William Collins from various friends and acquaintances. Letters to his wife (MA 3154.1-80) concern his travels, friends, the health of their sons, Wilkie and Charles, and his work. The remaining letters (MA 3154.81-115) concern primarily the health of Frank Collins and the sale of a painting to Edward L. Carey.

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