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Perceval, Spencer George (1838-1922) Antiquary and Geologist

GB/NNAF/P137131   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P22608)

Location of Related Collections
Scope1866-1909: corresp rel to geological and antiquarian matters
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceAdd 5343, 6310-11, 6330-35
Other referencesee Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
Scopepersonal and family corresp and papers
RepositoryCambridge University: Fitzwilliam Museum
Other referencesee HMC visit, JRS 1992
Scope1862-1901: corresp and autograph collection
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 35230, 37951, 41494-96
Scope1899-1900: corresp
RepositoryBristol Reference Library
Other referencesee Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
Scope1867-1905: antiquarian and other corresp
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceMS Add. 9795-97
Other referencesee Annual Return 2008
Scope1870-1901: letters (166) to Frederick Rudler
RepositoryBritish Geological Survey Archives
Record ReferenceIGS1
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 18675 Inst of Geol
Other referencesee Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
Scope1866-78: letters to Sir Walter Trevelyan
RepositoryNewcastle University: Special Collections
Record ReferenceWCT
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 12238 Trevelyan
Scope1867-1905: corresp (1 vol) and 11 watercolours of Devonian coral
RepositoryNatural History Museum
Other referencesee Bridson, Natural history MS resources, 1980, p187.

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