File 81 - Arthur D. Ingram: correspondence relating to the donation of a print of William Hodge Mill

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Add. MS c/81

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Arthur D. Ingram: correspondence relating to the donation of a print of William Hodge Mill

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  • c. 1818-1911 (Creation)

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Correspondence concerning the donation of a print of Mill to Trinity College by Henry Manning Ingram, with four letters from his friend and Trinity College Master Henry Montagu Butler dated Jan. 1908, with two other letters relating to Mill sent to Ingram, one of them from J. H. Cooper enclosing a letter from Mill to Charles Gordon. After H. M. Ingram's death, the correspondence continues, with 18 letters between his son Arthur D. Ingram (carbon typescripts) and Butler (originals). Much of the correspondence deals with the wording for the accompanying plaque and inscription on the back of the frame featuring biographical information for William Hodge Mill and Henry Manning Ingram, and is accompanied by six letters from Mill's grandsons Philip G. L. and Edmund Webb, and letters from James Gow and James Marshall. In addition, there are six letters sent to and from W. H. Mill: two to and from Thomas Robinson, two from C. A. Fowler, two more from Mill to [Samuel?] Wilberforce and Mill's mother.

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