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Collection of miscellaneous European correspondence, 1800-1954.

Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Miscellaneous letters from a variety of Europeans (primarily British and German and some prominent leaders), regarding the social life and customs of the 19th century and the early twentieth century. The correspondents include; Edward Baines, Arthur W. Blair, Giuliano Briganti, James Bulwer, Edward Levy-Lawson Burnham, Montgomery Carmichael, Audrey Conroy, James Duffield Harding, William Harvey, Samuel Hopkins, John
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Edward Baines; Walter George Bell; Arthur W Blair; Giuliano Briganti; E L Bulwer; James Bulwer; Edward Levy-Lawson Burnham; Montgomery Carmichael; Colette; Audrey Conroy; John Gully; James Duffield Harding; William Harvey; Samuel Hopkins; John Avery Hopwood; Wilhelm Horn; Mary Botham Howit; Giuseppe Lugli; James Mearns; Theodor Mommsen; Nicholas Monsarrat; George Müller; Susan G Müller; Edward Nares; John O'Donovan; Felix E Schilling; Heinrich Schneider; Wilhelm August Schmidtbonn; Felicia Skene; Herbert Spencer; C H Spurgeon; Philip Henry Stanhope, Earl; Robert Stevenson; James Emerson Tennent, Sir; Janet Trevelyan; J M W Turner; B Waller; George Watson-Taylor; Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee, Lord
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 122445038
Description: 26 items (1 box).

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Miscellaneous letters from a variety of Europeans (primarily British and German and some prominent leaders), regarding the social life and customs of the 19th century and the early twentieth century. The correspondents include; Edward Baines, Arthur W. Blair, Giuliano Briganti, James Bulwer, Edward Levy-Lawson Burnham, Montgomery Carmichael, Audrey Conroy, James Duffield Harding, William Harvey, Samuel Hopkins, John Avery Hopwood, Mary Botham Howitt, Guiseppe Lugli, James Mearns, Theodor Mommsen, Nicholas Monsarrat, George Müller, Susan Müller, Edward Nares, John O'Donovan, Heinrich Schneider, Felix E.Schilling, Wilhelm August Schmidtbonn, Felicia Skene, Herbert Spencer, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Philip Henry Stanhope, Robert Stevenson, James Emerson Tennent, B. Wallter, George Watson-Taylor, and Alexander Fraser Woodhouselee. Two of these manuscripts--letters from Schmidtbonn and Schilling--are tipped into books held in the Rare Books Dept.

Additional correspondents include E.L. Bulwer, John Gully, Walter George Bell, Sidonie Gabrielle Colette, The Dickens Fellowship, Wilhelm Horn, The Roman & Mediaeval London Excavation Council, Janet Trevelyan, andJoseph Mallord Turner.

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