Item 47a - Index of Henry Jackson correspondence by Sir Henry Cholmondeley Jackson

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Add. MS c/47a


Index of Henry Jackson correspondence by Sir Henry Cholmondeley Jackson


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Gift of Sir Henry Cholmondeley Jackson, 1949.

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Bound volume with cover title, "List of Writers of Letters to Henry Jackson (1839-1921), Fellow of Trinity College (1964-1921)", featuring an alphabetic list of correspondents with summaries of the letters and descriptions of the correspondents in Add.MS.c.24-47, with a letter tucked into a pocket in the back written by Henry Jackson 19 Oct. 1858, his first letter home from Trinity College, a sketch of the cloisters in Nevile's Court by Christopher Cornford, and a poem by Frances Cornford entitled 'Gone Down', three photographs of Jackson, his room in Nevile's Court, and his grave. Also pasted in are a printed list of books dedicated to Henry Jackson and a printed flysheet relating to reforms at the university.

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      The Papers of Henry Jackson, Add.MS.a.289-290, Add.MS.b.75-76, Add.MS.b.80-88, Add.MS.c.24-47a, and Add.MS.d.73, are described briefly and linked from the collection level record linked below.

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