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Subseries 3. Letters by Others, circa 1804-1978

Scope and Content Notes:

Subseries contains Leuba's collection of Autograph and Typed Letters, Signed (ALS and TLS) from historical and political figures, as well as letters with illegible signatures or unknown profession. Most letters are undated, but range from circa 1804 to 1978. Letters include examples from a Crimean War correspondent, British nobility, and a small group of materials by and about British naturalists, among others. In addition to signed letters, subseries 3 also contains related materials, such as a signed 1807 promissory note between radical publisher and MP, William Cobbett, and Richard Bagshaw. Also, includes one folder of facsimile plates of letters and other items related to Robert Burns, Admiral Rodney, and Sir Nicholas and Nathaniel Bacon.

Box 30
Folder 16 Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of, 1886
Folder 17 Bandinel, [Bulkeley] [Librarian of the Bodleian]
Folder 18 Bentham, Jeremy
Folder 19 Bignold, Samuel, Mayor of Norwich, 1834
Folder 20 Blessington, [Marguerite, Countess of], to Captain Marryat, circa 1840
Folder 21 Botfield, Beriah, 1842-1854
Folder 22 British Naturalists - Asa Gray, Roger Lispey, and Alfred Wallace, 1879, 1907, 1978
Folder 23 Cambridge, Augusta, [The Duchess of], 1822
Folder 24 Collins, J.C., 1893
Folder 25 Gray, Asa, 1879
Folder 26 Kensington Palace, 1849
Folder 27 Magee, James M.
Folder 28 Spencer, [Charles Robert Spencer, Earl], 1887
Folder 29 Sykes, Mark Masterman, circa 1804
Folder 30 Promissory note – W[illia]m Cobbett to Rich[ard] Bagshaw, Newsman, 1807
Folder 31 Facsimiles of 18th century manuscript materials - Sir Nicholas and Sir Nathaniel Bacon; Robert Burns; and Admiral Rodney
Folder 32 Illegible and/or Unknown, 1742, 1802-1889, 1929