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Elizabeth Eastlake Letters, 1866-1869.

Author: Elizabeth Eastlake
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains frequent brief, personal letters, primarily 1867 and 1868, from Elizabeth Eastlake to Sir William Boxall concerning the interment of and monument to her husband; disposition of his library and private art collection, some of which went to the National Gallery; a handwritten guide to the National Gallery by Elizabeth Eastlake that an employee of Boxall's was transcribing; other writings by  Read more...
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Named Person: William Boxall, Sir; Charles Lock Eastlake, Sir; Elizabeth Eastlake; Elizabeth Eastlake
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Eastlake
OCLC Number: 26271848
Notes: In Rare Book Literary and Historical Papers, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#11017-z).
Description: ca. 45 items.

Abstract:

The collection contains frequent brief, personal letters, primarily 1867 and 1868, from Elizabeth Eastlake to Sir William Boxall concerning the interment of and monument to her husband; disposition of his library and private art collection, some of which went to the National Gallery; a handwritten guide to the National Gallery by Elizabeth Eastlake that an employee of Boxall's was transcribing; other writings by Lady Eastlake; and mutual friends and happenings in the art world, especially affairs at the National Gallery.
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