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Letters received by John Hungerford Pollen and Maria Hungerford Pollen, 1857-1919

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  1. Letters to John Hungerford Pollen and Maria Hungerford Pollen from: Cecil Chetwynd Kerr, Marchioness of Lothian, her son Lord Ralph Kerr and her daughter Lady Alice Gaisford [incomplete], 1872-1888, with reference to: the death of Alice Blunt (Mrs Wheatley); De Kulturkampf in M√ľnster; Lord Ralph's book of verse (deemed blasphemous by Hatchards bookseller); and Newbuildings.
  2. Three letters (two with envelopes) to John Hungerford Pollen from George Frederick Samuel Robinson, 1st Marquess of Ripon, Government House, Simla, 1880-1884.
  3. Two letters to John Hungerford Pollen from Father John Norris of The Oratory, [Edgbaston], Birmingham, 1892.
  4. Correspondence of Maria Hungerford Pollen, with letters to and from: John Hungerford Pollen, their children, her mother-in-law Anne Hungerford Pollen, and various friends (including Georgiana Burne Jones), 1857-1919. Includes envelope of letters giving first hand accounts of the coronation of King George V in 1911. Includes some letters addressed to John Hungerford Pollen, including from Charles Wynne Finch, 1890; and Henry Fitzalan-Howard, 15th Duke of Norfolk, 1879-1891. Also includes fragment from [Margaret Pollen's?] diary showing 4 Jan and 8 Jan 1877.
  5. Letter from Maria Hungerford Pollen to her sister, Lucy La Primaudaye [c.1871-1872]; and letter from Lucy La Primaudaye to Maria Hungerford Pollen [Jan 1873]. With letter to John Hungerford Pollen from Lucy La Primaudaye [1867].
  6. Letter to Maria Hungerford Pollen from Frederick George Stephens, 29 Mar 1889, regarding watching the [Oxford and Cambridge] boat race.

Dates

  • 1857-1919

Extent

1 box (6 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English

Shelfmark

MS. 17906/7

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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