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Eastlake, Elizabeth (1809-1893) nee Rigby, Reviewer and Author

nee Rigby (Unknown/Other)

GB/NNAF/P131151   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P37699)

Location of Related Collections
Scopec1825-c1860: corresp
RepositoryNational Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum
Record Reference86.PP.14
Other referencesee Location Register of English Literary MSS 18-19th cent 1995
Scope1838-81: letters to Mrs Acton Tindal (14) and others (11)
RepositoryCamden Local Studies and Archives Centre
Record ReferenceAutograph Letter Collection
Other referencesee Location Register of English Literary MSS 18-19th cent 1995
Scope1844-92: letters to William Blackwood & Sons
RepositoryNational Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceMSS.4070-4586
Other referencesee Location Register of English Literary MSS 18-19th cent 1995
Scope1866-69: letters to Sir William Boxall (1 vol. of copies - originals in University of North Carolina Library)
RepositoryNational Gallery Libraries and Archive
Other referencesee Location Register of English Literary MSS 18-19th cent 1995
Scopeletters to Hannah Brightwen
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Record ReferenceACC 2012/73
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 1194 Palgrave
Other referencesee Annual Return 2012
Scope1854-82: corresp with RL Brown (15 items)
RepositoryNottingham University Library, Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections
Record ReferencePwM 226-240 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 7628 Cavendish-Bentinck
Scope1855-93: corresp mainly with Sir AH Layard
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd.MSS.38972-38990 passim
Other referencesee Location Register of English Literary MSS 18-19th cent 1995

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