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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:

Eastlake, Charles Lock, 27 May 1844 - 24 April 1845

Identifier: Coll-1989/19
Scope and Contents 1. Autograph letter signed from Charles Lock Eastlake to Anna Susanna Horner, 7 Fitzroy Square, [London], 27 May 1844: “Mr & Miss Rogers and Mrs Jameson are to be with me tomorrow evening. Will you and Mr Horner & your family give me the honor of your company also. I trust you will excuse the shortness of the notice & any other irregularity in consideration of the unworldly habits of a painter [...]”.2. Autograph letter signed from Charles Lock Eastlake to Anna...
Dates: 27 May 1844 - 24 April 1845

Fairbairn, William, 2 May 1856

Identifier: Coll-1989/20
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from William Fairbairn to Miss Susan Horner, Athenaeum Club, 2 May 1856: “Your anxiety for the public safety induces me to reply in writing on the subject of the Bridge you were so kind as to submit to my consideration. It is a very pretty sketch, not unlike the Bridge of Sighs, and the only danger is that it might actually become one of that description if traversed by the delicate, the aged, and the infirm. I strongly suspect that there would be some puffing to get...
Dates: 2 May 1856

Family photographs, 1850s-1970s

Identifier: Coll-1937/5
Scope and Contents This series contains approximately 60 black-and-white family photographs, dating from the 1850s up to the 1950s. The provenance is not clear and the pictures have no caption, however many of them appear to be related to Arthur Patrick Logan Turner (1914-1998), one of William Aldren Turner's sons, and to Hilda Turner.Approximaltely 40 photographs date from the Second World War, and show service men in uniform and ATS members, as well as some landscapes. Arthur P. L. Turner served...
Dates: 1850s-1970s

Framed portrait of Charles H. Stewart, Secretary to the University, after 1978

Identifier: Coll-1848/21-0010
Scope and Contents

One framed black-and-white portrait of Charles H. Stewart, Secretary to the University 1948-1978.

Dates: after 1978

Galton, Douglas Strutt, 30 January 1893

Identifier: Coll-1989/24
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from Douglas Strutt Galton to Katharine Murray Lyell in response to an invitation, [London], 30 January 1893: “Mary Anne is gone down to day to Himbleton, she would otherwise have been very desirous of attending your meeting. – I have an engagement at the Girls Public Day School Company which I must attend, at 3 PM & another soon after 5. – If I can contrive to get to your meeting I will do so, but I am a little doubtful if I shall manage it...
Dates: 30 January 1893

García, Manuel, 19th century

Identifier: Coll-1989/25
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed, in French, from Manuel García to an unidentified recipient in connection with the Lyell/Horner family, concerning music lessons: “Chère Mademoiselle – Voulez vous avoir la bonté de dire a Mr. Lyell que je serai charmé d’entendre les enfants jeudi prochain à 2h – s’ils savent quelqu’air, tant mieux. Sinon je leur ferai chanter les gammes. – Quant à Mme. Lavery, si elle veut m’honorer de sa visite egalement jeudi à 3h. Je serai à ses ordres pour les operas qu’elle...
Dates: 19th century

Gibson, John, 25 June [1857], 16 July [no year], 22 August [no year]

Identifier: Coll-1989/26
Scope and Contents 1. Autograph letter signed from John Gibson to Anna Susanna Horner (née Lloyd), 25 June [1857], stating his reasons for not being able to follow her invitations: “I have been here for days and been much engaged. Often thinking of you all & intending to wait upon you soon. On Saturday I am sorry to say that I am engaged all the day & ev[enin]g too – I have brought with me from Rome my clever young pupil Miss Hosmer [i. e. the American sculptor Harriet Hosmer, the first female...
Dates: 25 June [1857], 16 July [no year], 22 August [no year]

Gladstone, William Ewart, 1843; 1861; 1863; 1 March 1876

Identifier: Coll-1989/27
Scope and Contents Three autograph letters signed from William Gladstone to Leonard Horner.1. Letter dated 17 May 1843, from 13 Carlton House Terrace: "I beg to return you my best thanks for your kindness in sending me a copy of your valuable pamphlet on the employment of children. I have perused it with great interest [...]".2. Letter dated 21 February 1861, on stationery with letterhead "11 Downing Street, Whitehall"): "I much regret to find myself unable to comply with your request....
Dates: 1843; 1861; 1863; 1 March 1876

Grove, George, 2 January 1885, 21 April 1889, [no date]

Identifier: Coll-1989/29
Scope and Contents 1. Autograph letter signed from George Grove to a "Mrs. Lyell" (possibly Katharine Murray Lyell) dated 2 January 1885, concerning the engagement of a musician: “Thank you for your letter. I remember seeing and hearing Miss Eissler some two years ago. I am very sorry to say that I have no opening for her here, and I do not know in what way I can benefit her in general musical matters. – She knows Mr. Manns, for I heard her there, and she probably knows Mr. Chappell. – Should any way of...
Dates: 2 January 1885, 21 April 1889, [no date]

Henry Wallace, Editor of Wallaces' Farmer, 1870s-1930s

Identifier: Coll-1434/3055
Scope and Contents

Portrait photograph of Henry Wallace, the editor of Wallaces' Farmer, sitting in a chair with papers in his lap in the late 19th or early 20th century.

Dates: 1870s-1930s