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Hertfordshire (England)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:


Gough Collection

Collections of Richard Gough, consisting of topographical collections, maps and engravings, books on Saxon and Northern literature, a collection of more than 100 early printed liturgical books (chiefly of Sarum or York use, and therefore considered by Gough as part of Wiltshire and Yorkshire topography), and sixteen volumes of Gaignières' valuable drawings of Church monuments in France. A feature of Gough's printed books is the large number which bear manuscript notes and additions. The…
Extents: 866 shelfmarks
Dates: 12th-19th cent.

Hertfordshire Notes of Rev. Andrew Clark

Church notes for Hertfordshire, written by Rev. Andrew Clark in 1913.
Extents: 8 shelfmarks
Dates: 1913

Parish Notes by Edward Steele

Parish notes by Edward Steele, with some wash drawings and emblazoned arms; the notes concern Buckinghamshire, Norfolk, Kent, Surrey, Middlesex, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1682-1716, mainly [c. 1714]

Risley Papers

The Risley papers consist of: Barber papers, including title deeds to lands in Adderbury and Milton, Easington, Calthorpe, Banbury, Grimsbury, Neithrop, Wickham, South Stoke and Fritwell (Oxfordshire); Hexton, Kingswalden, Offley, Lilley, Wandon End and Kensworth (Hertfordshire); and Shefford, Camton and Luton (Bedfordshire); as well as to certain property in London, and a few deeds relating to other…
Extents: 79 shelfmarks
Dates: 1486-1910

Sketch-books of Fanny Smith

Sketch-books of Fanny Smith (later Mrs. Richard Seymour), containing topographical drawings, mainly of houses in Hertfordshire, many in Tring, c. 1828-38.
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Dates: [c. 1828-38]

Topographical Prints and Drawings

Topographical prints and drawings arranged in five albums, mainly relating to Oxford colleges and churches, but also containing some items relating to Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Lincolnshire.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Dates: 1755-1910