Autograph album of letters by William Harrison Ainsworth and his friends
Peal accession no. 7438. Includes newspaper clippings, photographs, prints, and manuscripts of Ainsworth.
Also includes manuscripts, clippings, and prints of Edward R. Moran, Samuel Rogers, Percival W. Banks, Robert Keeley, E. Laman Blanchard, W. C. Macready, Albert Smith, G. Augustus Sala, Lord Albert Conyngham, Shirley Brooks, Henry G. Bohn, Reverend George Croly, W. A. Delamotte, Richard J. Lane, H. W. Pickersgill, Charles Hooton, Lord F. Levison Gower, William J. Linton, John Wilson, Barry Cornwall, George Cruikshank, Lord Lytton, J. Rayner Stephens, Countess of Blessington, Lady Caroline Norton, Thomas Hughes, T. Crofton Croker, Edmund Yates, Mark Lemon, Douglas Jerrold, Edwin Arnold, Captain F. Marryat, Martin F. Tupper, Nicholas Michell, Dudley Costello, John G. Lockhart, W. T. Moncrief, Count d'Orsay, Alaric A. Watts, T. J. Pettigrew, J. Macrone, William A. E. Axon, E. V. Kenealy, Thomas Wright, WIlliam Jerdan, and I. K. Hervey.
- 1805-1905, undated
- 43.94 Cubic Feet 86 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 22 items Poor-Good Peal accession no. 11453.
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