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Collinson, Peter (1694-1768) Naturalist Antiquary

GB/NNAF/P128852   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P6220)

Location of Related Collections
Scopec1706-68: corresp and commonplace books
RepositoryLinnean Society of London
Record ReferenceCollinson papers
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 9516
Scope1725-68: corresp and papers
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MSS 4440, 28726-27
Scopec1730-60: horticultural papers
RepositoryEssex Record Office
Other referencesee HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
Scopecorresp and papers (36 items)
RepositoryAmerican Philosophical Society Library
Other referencesee NUC MS 68-1794; Guide 1966
Scope1766: account of introduction of American seeds into England
RepositoryNatural History Museum
Other referencesee Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
Scope1753-65: letters (15) to Thomas Birch
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 4303
Scope1741-68: corresp with Cadwallader Colden etc
RepositoryNew York Historical Society
Scope1741-66: corresp with EM da Costa
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 28536
Scope1734-46: letters (23) to J Custis
RepositoryAmerican Antiquarian Society
Scope1734-42: letters (16) from J Custis
RepositoryLibrary of Congress, Manuscript Division
Scope1747-67: letters (33) to A von Haller
RepositoryBurgerbibliothek Bern
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 22845 Haller
Scope1739-67: letters (36) to Carl Linnaeus
RepositoryLinnean Society of London
Scopeletters to E Robinson
RepositoryReligious Society of Friends Library
Scope1728-42: letters to Sir Hans Sloane etc
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceSloane MSS 1968, 3322, 4025, 4053-58, 4069

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