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Pettigrew papers, 1797-1865.

Author: Thomas Joseph Pettigrew
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of letters to Pettigrew from a variety of correspondents, including scholars and antiquarians, members of the nobility and gentry, and professional colleagues. The letters concern scientific matters, including Egyptology and medicine, and the affairs of the various learned societies of which Pettigrew was a member, such as the British Archaeological Association, the Medical Society of London,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Named Person: Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex; William Beattie; William Betham, Sir; Benjamin Brodie, Sir; Nicholas Carlisle; Astley Cooper, Sir; Henry Ellis, Sir; John Lee; Albert Denison Londesborough, Baron; Samuel Rush Meyrick; Thomas Joseph Pettigrew; J R Planché; W H Smyth; Richard Westmacott, Sir.; John Gardner Wilkinson, Sir; Augustus Frederick, Prince Duke of Sussex; William Beattie; William Betham, Sir; Benjamin Brodie, Sir; Nicholas Carlisle; Astley Cooper, Sir; Henry Ellis; John Lee; Albert Denison Londesborough, Baron; Samuel Rush Meyrick; Thomas Joseph Pettigrew; J R Planché; W H Smyth; Richard Westmacott, Sir.; John Gardner Wilkinson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Joseph Pettigrew
OCLC Number: 702147864
Description: 7.09 linear feet (21 boxes)
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The collection consists of letters to Pettigrew from a variety of correspondents, including scholars and antiquarians, members of the nobility and gentry, and professional colleagues. The letters concern scientific matters, including Egyptology and medicine, and the affairs of the various learned societies of which Pettigrew was a member, such as the British Archaeological Association, the Medical Society of London, the Royal Society, the Society of Antiquarians, and the Archaeologcal Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. A few letters concern the Duke of Sussex.

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