Guard-book of miscellaneous items, 19th-20th cent.

Bodleian Library, University of Oxford


Guard-book of miscellaneous items, 17th-21st cent.

Extent: 122 leaves


Correspondence, 1984-5, of Hugo Brunner and Edward Ball, relating to Richard Cobb, A Classical Education (London, 1985)
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fols. 1-9
Extent: 9 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Hugo Brunner, 2001.

Letters from Edward Bridges to A.J. Sambrook, concerning the correspondence of Robert Seymour Bridges and Richard Watson Dixon, 1955-62
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fols. 10-24
Extent: 15 leaves

Scope and Content:

Includes (fol. 10) letter to A.J. Sambrook from Thomas Edward Bridges, 2003.

Related Material:

See Dep. Bridges for Edward Bridges's correspondence, notes and indexes relating to his father, 1948-69.


Acquisition: Given by James Sambrook, 2003.

Correspondence of Mrs Catherine Anne Hubback and her family of Birkenhead, 1862-72, 1936
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fols. 25-86
Extent: 62 leaves

Scope and Content:

Comprises

  • (fols. 25-30) letter from Mrs Harvey to Catherine Anne Hubback, 1862
  • (fols. 31-9) letters from Catherine Anne Hubback to Mary Ingram, [1867]
  • (fols. 40-61) letters from John Henry Hubback to
    • (fols. 40-5) his mother, Catherine Anne Hubback, whilst en route to San Francisco, 1868
    • (fols. 46-60) his fiancee, Mary Ingram, some written from Australia, 1868-70
    • (fol. 61) his daughter, Edith, 1936
  • (fols. 62-73) letters from Edward Hubback in San Francisco, to
    • (fols. 62-71) his mother, Catherine Anne Hubback, 1868
    • (fols. 72-3) his brother, John Henry Hubback, 1872
  • (fols. 74-85) letters from Mary Hubback, to her husband, John Henry Hubback, 1872, including (fols. 81-2) a letter from Jane K. Ingram
  • (fol. 86) part of a letter from Clare Sage to Sir John Hubback, n.d.
Related Material:

See MS. Eng. lett. e. 150 for letters from Catherine Anne Hubback to her son, John Henry Hubback and his wife, 1871-6.


Acquisition: Given by Diana Hopkinson, through Zoë Klippert, 2002.

Loose papers removed from MS. Top. Oxon. c. 884, including a sale catalogue and valuation for Goodfellows Farm, and a sale catalogue for Furzey Hall Farm, both in Filkins, Oxfordshire, 1926-8
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fols. 87-100
Extent: 14 leaves
Acquisition: Given with MS. Top. Oxon. c. 884, by the Institute for Agricultural Economics, 1971.

Letter, 1949, removed from MS. Top. Scotland f. 1, from a former owner of this volume
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fol. 101
Extent: 1 leaf
Acquisition: Given with MS. Top. Scotland f. 1, by the Institute for Agricultural Economics, 1971.

Copy of a list of landowners who were bound by the decisions of the enclosure commissioners for Flaxton, North Yorkshire, in 1658, removed from MS. Top. Yorks. e. 32
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fol. 102
Extent: 1 leaf
Acquisition: Given with MS. Top. Yorks. e. 32, by the Institute for Agricultural Economics, 1971.

Correspondence, some in verse, between Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee and Ann Glossop (later Franklin) concerning the new certificates in education, 1951, with annotation by Ann Franklin, 2004
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fols. 108-19
Extent: 12 leaves
Acquisition: Given by Ann Franklin, 2004.

Letters to Phyllis B. May and Dora E. May from Lisa [of Hanover, Germany], concerning the rise of Adolf Hitler, Apr. 1933 and Klaas Bijlstra and Nel Bijlstra [of Heneglo, Holland], June 1945, concerning conditions during World War Two
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7100, fols. 120-2
Extent: 3 leaves
Separated Material: See also MS. Photogr. c. 185, fols. 39-41, photographs of Dora E. May and Nel Bijlstra and the Twente Canal, Heneglo, Holland, 1936.
Acquisition: Given by Peter Yost, 2002.

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