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Person Details

Vincent, Edgar (1857-1941) Viscount D'Abernon, financier and diplomat

GB/NNAF/P158814   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P29369)

Location of Related Collections
Scopecorresp and papers
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 48922-62
Scope1922: extracts from diary as ambassador in Berlin
RepositoryNational Records of Scotland (formerly National Archives of Scotland)
Record ReferenceGD433 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 10026 Balfour
Other referencesee NRA(S)0012
Scope1924-26: extracts from diary as ambassador in Berlin with misc corresp
RepositoryThe National Archives
Record ReferenceFO794/11 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
Scope1897-1900: letters to Lady Edward Cecil
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMS Violet Milner
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 20659 Milner
Scope1920-23: letters to Lord Curzon with diaries
RepositoryBritish Library: Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections (previously Oriental and India Office Library)
Record ReferenceMSS Eur F 111-12
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 20536
Scope1922-23: corresp with JCC Davidson incl Berlin diary extracts
RepositoryParliamentary Archives
Record ReferenceDAV link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 33872
Scope1905-48: letters (13; also 36 from wife) to Lady Desborough
RepositoryHertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
Record ReferenceD/ERV
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 26768
Scope1916-22: corresp with David Lloyd George etc
RepositoryParliamentary Archives
Record ReferenceLG link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 15700

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