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D. Jerrold letters, portrait, and caricature, between 1830 and 1857?

Author: Douglas Jerrold; Henry Duff Linton; Benjamin Webster
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains three letters, a portrait, and a caricature. Jerrold writes to Dear Madam, 27 Dec., year not given, about the meeting of the Whittington Club; and two letters to My dear [Benjamin] Webster, 22 Feb., year not given [probably 1850s], making an appointment, and, 23 Sept., year not given [probably 1850? because that's the year Catspaw made its stage debut], making an appointment and explaining
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Genre/Form: Caricatures
Letters (correspondence)
Portraits
Caricatures and cartoons
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Douglas Jerrold; Douglas Jerrold; Douglas Jerrold; Gilbert Abbott À Beckett; William Makepeace Thackeray; Gilbert Abbott À Beckett; Douglas Jerrold; William Makepeace Thackeray
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Jerrold; Henry Duff Linton; Benjamin Webster
OCLC Number: 64190543
Notes: In Rare Books and Manuscripts, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802 (#1968-0074R/VF Lit).
Description: 5 items.

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The collection contains three letters, a portrait, and a caricature. Jerrold writes to Dear Madam, 27 Dec., year not given, about the meeting of the Whittington Club; and two letters to My dear [Benjamin] Webster, 22 Feb., year not given [probably 1850s], making an appointment, and, 23 Sept., year not given [probably 1850? because that's the year Catspaw made its stage debut], making an appointment and explaining his delay in having The catspaw ready for the stage. The letter of 23 Sept. has been mounted in a thick paper frame and includes the watermark "[Wh]atman."

Also included is an portrait taken from an engraving done by Henry Linton Sc. which has been mounted on a paper frame, and a caricature of Thackeray, Jerrold, and Gilbert À Beckett, possibly taken from Punch, which has been pasted to a thick piece of paper. The caricaturist is unknown.

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