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Correspondence

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 618 Collections and/or Records:

Secretary's correspondence, May 1970 - Apr 1974

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Identifier: LHB9/5/3
Scope and Contents

Correspondence collected by the Secreatary of the Association of Secretaries and Treasurers of Scottish Hospital Boards of Management.

Dates: May 1970 - Apr 1974

Shorter correspondence to Edward Appleton to accompany data or reports, c. 1920-1965

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Identifier: Coll-37/E.151
Scope and Contents

The material consists of shorter correspondence to Edward Appleton to accompany data or reports. It is not indexed.

Dates: c. 1920-1965

‘Sir Granville Bantock’, 26 April 1912-25 July 1924

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Scope and Contents ‘Sir Granville Bantock’, D.19228. Letters addressed to Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, 96 letters, in ink, manuscripts: from Granville Bantock to Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, from 26 April 1912, Birmingham, until 11 June 1924, Birmingham, 92 letters, numbered 1 to 92, two with enclosures, from Helen F. Bantock, from 18 April 1917, Birmingham, until 21 June 1917, Birmingham, two letters, numbered...
Dates: 26 April 1912-25 July 1924

Stanfield, Clarkson, 8 May [before 1867]

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Identifier: Coll-1989/64
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from Clarkson Stanfield to Sir Charles Lyell, dated 8 May [no year]: "Absence from Town has prevented my earlier receiving and answering your note of the 6th. I now hasten to say that I shall be most happy to see you here any morning next week that may suit your own convenience. Tomorrow morning if you please after ten o’clock will be as convenient a time and hour as I can appoint. [...]". The identification of the recipient with Sir Charles Lyell is based on a...
Dates: 8 May [before 1867]

Stanley, Edward, 15th Earl of Derby, 29 December 1861

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Identifier: Coll-1989/65
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from Edward Stanley to Leonard Horner, Knowsley, 29 December 1861: “I thank you for your note and the extract of a speech delivered in the Parliament of Turin which it contained. In what I said at Lyat [?] on the subject of Italy I spoke according to the best of my judgment, and according to the information which was accessible to me: my sympathies are with the Italian people in their wish for a single government. But it appeared to me that we, in this country, were...
Dates: 29 December 1861

Stockmar, Christian Friedrich Freiherr Von, 30 November 1848

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Identifier: Coll-1989/66
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed from Christian Stockmar to Sir Charles Lyell, dated 30 November 1848, [London]: "In answer to your kind invitation for the 7th of Dec. I lose no time to state that I am already engaged for that day to dine with Dr. Holland [...]".

Dates: 30 November 1848

Stumpff Collection of Orientalists

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-2106
Scope and Contents A substantial collection of autograph documents by mainly German, French, and British orientalists, assembled by Alfred Stumpff (1928-2008), a German administrative judge and member of the German-Indian Society of Mainz. There are 133 individual "units", each mostly containing letters but also other documents (such as manuscripts, postcards, and occasional photographs), comprising a total of over 300 pages. The documents date from the 18th through to the 21st century but are predominantly...
Dates: 1713-2004