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Volume 1

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Contains 9 Collections and/or Records:

Lear, Edward, 1812-1888. 7 A.L.s. to Maria G. M. Grant

namegroup — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

[San Remo] 28 Dec 1883., 1883.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (1)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

Abetone, 30 Aug 1883., 1883.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (2)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

San Remo, 21 Sep 1883., 1883.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (3)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

Recoaro, [] 1884., 1884.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (4)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

San Remo, 4 Jan 1885., 1885.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (5)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

Barzano, 30 Jul 1885., 1885.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (6)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

San Remo, 27 Dec 1885., 1885.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (7)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

A.L.s. to Violet [Grant] San Remo, 24 Dec 1883., 1883.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (8)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.