Etchings (Prints) -- England -- 19th century
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Letter, an autograph, and a portrait, 1820-1846
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 10 Nov. 1846 and addressed to F. W. Fairholt. Britton agrees to meet with Fairholt. Also included is an autograph of Britton and an etching portrait of him dated 1820.
Letter and portraits, 1851-1852
Handwritten and signe letter and dated 18 Oct. 1852. Boucicault writes, "Will you be kind enough to have a dozen copies of The Prima Donna struck off on better paper & preped." Also included are etching protraits of Dion and W. D. Bouicault dated 1851.
Letter and portraits, 1850
Photocopy of a handwritten and signed letter addressed to a Mrs. Owen. The date of the item is uncertain. Browning wishes Owen happiness in her recent marriage. Also included are photocopies of three etching portraits of Browning.
Letters and a portrait, 1819
Phtocopy of a handwritten and signed letter, dated 27 April 1819, and addressed to Galignani (?) of Paris, France. Byron complains that a book, "The Vampire," was not written by him even though his name appears on it and requests that his name be taken off. Also included is a photocopy of a handwitten and signed note thanking someone in behalf of Mrs. Byron. The item is undated. With the collection is a photocopy of an undated etching portrait of Byron.
Letters and a portrait, 1838
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 24 June 1838, and addressed to "Mr. Lucas." Cambell writes about his health and mentions "I have finished the preface to Shakspeare & begun to the Life of Petrarch." Also included is a handwritten and signed letter addressed to "dear Madam." The item is not dated. Cambell writes that he regrets he cannot dine with her. With the collection is an undated etching portrait of Campbell.
Mary Parsons music album and scrapbook
Printed music album entitled: "Ladies Musical Album" published by Koch & Co. in New York. This volume contains printed folk-songs and etchings of flowers. On the blank pages between the printed items are found poems and dedications written by Parsons' friends.
Portrait and autograph, 1825
Etching portrait of Brougham and a mechanically reproduced autograph by him. The date of the item is unknown.