Edward Augustus Freeman (1823-92) was a historian; Thomas Rickman (1776-1841) was an architect. Further details on both may be found in the Dictionary of National Biography.
Sketches of window tracery made by Edward Augustus Freeman, many of which were used as illustrations in his Essay on the development of window tracery in England, 1851; with a box containing 35 packets of drawings of architectural details by Thomas Rickman.
Deposited by Oxford Architectural and Historical Society in 1967.Access Conditions
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Freeman: MSS. Eng. hist. d. 119-32, 145. See also a design by Thomas Rickman for a reading desk at Wednesbury church (MS. Top. gen. c. 78); and notes and sketches by Thomas Rickman.Publication Note
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Architectural drawing | England
Freeman | Edward Augustus | 1823-1892 | historian
Rickman | Thomas | 1776-1841 | architect and historian
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