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Series I. Family [series]:
 
1. Hunt family (Raine/Peacock/Hunt) [subseries]:
 
a. Correspondence [subseries]:
 
i. Alfred William Hunt to and from Margaret Raine Hunt
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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] ...care of yourself and don't/get
  3. 2 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred It seems very long to be without/hearing from you
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With ALS from Violet Hunt to Alfred Hunt, [n.d.], appended to Margaret Hunt's letter.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Sunday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred Your sister has sent her letter/and papers
  3. 3 ll.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Sunday afternoon [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] I have just got your letter/and
  3. 4 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Dusseldorf My own darling Alfred I get so very uneasy/about you
  3. 2 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Wednesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Graefrath My own darling Alfred It seems so selfish/of me
  3. 4 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Friday [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Graefrath My own darling Alfred I arrived here quite/safely this afternoon.
  3. 2 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Aug. 27, 1858 [written on envelope]
  1. AL to Alfred Hunt
  2. Friday morning [n.d.] [n.p.] I kept this/ to see if there was a letter
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- 1859-1867
  1. Four empty envelopes addressed to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 4 ll. Two addressed to Miss Raine and two to Mrs. Hunt.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Oct. 2 [1858]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred I was so/much disappointed
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Margaret I am oppressed with/a fear
  3. 2 ll.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Jan. 5, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Liverpool My dearest Margaret No letter this morning
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Jan. 8, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Your letter came all right/by the next post
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Jan. 11, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Your letter is very kind/yet I could almost quarrel/
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Feb. 17, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Conway My dearest Margaret You say nothing about Grae/frath in this mornings letter
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Mar. 5, 1859]
  1. AL [frag.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] ...would be utterly useless/to paint from
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Mar. 27, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Capel Curig] My own dearest Margaret You ingenious little woman,
  3. 4 ll. + 1.
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 5, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Liverpool My own dearest Margaret I am sure that I have/done right in not sending that/ picture
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 6, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Liverpool My dearest M. To think of scolding me
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 8, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I think you ought to/go to Grafrath as soon as possible
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 11, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My dearest M. Don't be vexed/ with my letter
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 12, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret My mother is not really/ better
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 15, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My own dearest Margaret I have almost made up my mind
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 16, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Even now I cannot/ be positive about Monday/or Wednesday
  3. 2 ll. + 2 + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. With ALS from James Wyatt to A.W. Hunt, dated April 15, 1859.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 17, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Would you address as/usual to the Post Office
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 19, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I don't know what kind/of a letter this morning will/bring me
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 21, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest M I've got a Murray/ and a passport
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [May 19, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Margaret I have just a quarter/of an hour before the steamer/comes
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [May 25, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My darling Alfred. I was so delighted the/ Hofrath
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [May 27, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [Graefrath] My darling Alfred - I have not written to/S.
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- July 3, [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Lucerne My dearest Margaret I am sadly out of love
  3. 2 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [July 26, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred I was delighted to receive/your letter
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Aug. 2, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Lucerne] My darling Margaret I am beginning to forget/what you are like--I sadly want
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Aug. 2, 1859
  1. Envelope addressed to Alfred Hunt
  2. [Dusseldorf]
  3. 1 l.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Aug. 4, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Lucerne My sweetest Margaret I am counting the days now--and/you will have no difficulty
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Aug. 17, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My darling Margaret My last letter from this/place was not nice
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Aug. 18, [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Darlington My dearest Margaret I have had an afternoon's/work -- but without a glimpse of the sun
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Letter is continued on August 19 and August 20.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Aug. 21, [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My own sweetest Margaret I am sorry to have disappointed/you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. With ALS from J. Plint to Alfred Hunt, dated August 9, 1859; and AL [frag. ] S from Maria Hunt to Alfred Hunt, [1959].


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Aug. 27, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My darling Margaret We are going to have a/soft week, says Mr. Ward
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Aug. 28, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My darling Margaret I have just been reading over/an old letter of yours
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Aug. 30, [1859]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My own dearest Margaret Even a wet day (which I/would rather not think of) would be/more endurable
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Letter finished on August 31.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Sept. 1, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My darling Margaret For goodness sake let's return/to the old scale?
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Sept. 2, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My darling Margaret Today was such a sulky/day in every way
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Sept. 8, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Darlington] My dearest Margaret I am not better but the/contrary -- I thought of moving to Durham
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 1, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Excuse a short letter --/I got here safe and well
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 2, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My own darling Margaret I am left by myself this/morning -- and should feel very dull/ indeed
  3. 2 ll. + 3 + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. With AL [frag.] from Margaret Raine Hunt to [?], [n.d.].


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 6, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Don't let W.G. think of/such a thing as sending me
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 8, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret My descent upon Mr. Laurence was successful
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 10, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My own darling Margaret Nothing new -- I felt as if/I could not live any longer
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 11, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Do you wish to make me forget myself
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Letter finished on October 12.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 14, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I am in a state/of doubt and vexation
  3. 2 ll. + 2 + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. With ALS from J.N. Parsons to Alfred Hunt, dated October 12, 1859.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 18, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest M You must excuse a very/poor letter again today
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 28, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret It is so dull and dark that/I can do no work today
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Nov. 1, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I enclose Mr. Lucas' letter/with extract from Dublin Univ. Mag.
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Nov. 5, 1859]
  1. AL [frag.] S to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] ...a rather busy third day./I know darling I am very thankful to/you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Nov. 23, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I got your letter on Monday -- it made/me so ashamed of the fact
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Dec. 4, [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I posted a letter for you this afternoon --/send me word whether it was not overweight.
  3. 2 ll. + 1


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Dec. 5, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My darling Margaret There was no letter for me this/morning -- I suppose you wait until you
  3. 4 ll. + 2 + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. With two notes to Miss Raine.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Dec. 8, 1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Liverpool My dearest Margaret I was the least little bit surprised
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Dec. 19, [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I received your note enclosed in/a note from your mother
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Dec. 22, [1859]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Margaret Your last letter was delightful/but as my mother is sitting
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Jan. 11, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred - You are altogether wrong/about the lineup.
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Jan. 13, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own dear love - I really am very well indeed
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Jan. 23, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred - I was quite astonished/to receive a letter
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Jan. 27, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred - I do so wish I could see/your picture
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Jan. 29, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [Graefrath] My own darling Alfred. It seems such a long/time since I have written
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Feb. 12 [1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Graefrath My own dearest Alfred - I am not conscious of any/irregularity
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Feb. 22, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own dear treasure Alfred - I am waiting so anxiously for
  3. 1 l.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Friday [March 13, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Graefrath My own darling Alfred. I have lots to tell you so/I begin my letter
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope dated March 13, 1860.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Apr. 10, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret You must please excuse
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [May 6, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred - I would have written/sooner but you said
  3. 5 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [July 4, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred I wrote some days ago to Broden/bach
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- July [8, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Drei Reichs Kronen My dearest Alfred - The weather is really irri-/tating not for me
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- July 17 [1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Germany] My dearest Margaret How we have pleased ourselves/with writing
  3. 2 ll.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [July 24, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. Dusseldorf My darling Alfred I have been expec-/ting a letter from you
  3. 5 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [July 26, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dearest darling Alfred I am so glad you/got my letter so quickly
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Aug. 24 [1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred I am getting so very/anxious to hear from you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Aug. 30, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred I would much rather/you
  3. 3 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Sept. 6, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred - Never any thing did/me so much good
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Oct. 1?, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Kensington My dearest Margaret I am so disappointed by/finding no letter from my sister.
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Oct. 16, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My own darling Alfred You must think/nothing but that I love/you
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Nov. 27, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I have sold the upright
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Dec. 6, 1860]
  1. AL [frag.] S [init.] to [Margaret Raine Hunt]
  2. [n.p.] ...high in the world
  3. 1 l.


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Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Dec. 15, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret What an awful dearth of
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Dec. 17, 1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [Durham] My own dearest Alfred - It is such a pleasure/when the day
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Dec. 23 [1860]
  1. ALS [init.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [Durham] My own dearest Alfred No letter you naughty/little thing this morning
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [Dec. 28, 1860]
  1. AL [frag.] to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred - I fully expected/ Saturday -
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Jan. 6 [1861]
  1. ALS to Alfred Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Alfred Your letter was most/welcome
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Jan. 9, 1861]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret Mr. Plint has kept the ober-/wesel
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Jan. 14, 1861
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I did send five drawings to
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Jan. 23, 1861]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret I saw what I thought/a good opportunity yesterday
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [Jan. 28, 1861]
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [Liverpool] My dearest Margaret If you have not done/anything
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


 
ii. General
  2  
AL [frag.] to Alfred Hunt -- June 1, 1886
  1. The Grobe, Harborne My dear Hunt I have a note from/ Mrs Hunt telling me
  2. 1 l.


  2  
Empty envelope addressed to Alfred William Hunt -- June 10, 1878
  1. London
  2. 1 l.


  2  
[Darlington] -- July 20, 1856
  1. Empty envelope addressed to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 1 l.
  3. Addressed to Miss Raine.


  2  
Benson, Venice Hunt, 1864- -- Jan. 18 [n.y.] and [n.d.]
  1. 4 ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 7 ll.


  2  
Brett, John, 1831-1902. -- Jan. 17, 1888
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Atheneum Club, Pall Mall My dear Hunt we had a great scuffle for/you this evening,
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861. -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. Cara? I send the first volume of Pendennis.
  2. 1 l.
  3. Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt, with note containing additional information about the letter.


  2  
Browning, Florence -- Apr. 23 [1891]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 18 De Vere Gardens, W. Dear Mrs. Hunt, I enclose you/a little note
  3. 2 ll. + 2
  4. With envelope and handwritten copy of letter by Margaret Raine Hunt.


  2  
Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. -- [Jan. 3, 1882]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 19, Warwick Crescent, W. Dear Mrs. Hunt, I was very sorry/to find
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. -- Apr. 29, 1866
  1. AL [copy] to [Alfred William Hunt?]
  2. 19 Warwick Crescent, W. My dear Sir I made
  3. use yesterday of the ticket
  4. 1 l.
  5. Handwritten copy by Margaret Raine Hunt.


  2  
Browning, Sarianna -- Aug. 27 [1886]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Llangollen, North Wales Dear Mrs. Hunt, Very many thanks/for your kind remem-/brance
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Browning, Sarianna -- May 8, 1896
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Asolo, Veneto Dear Mrs. Hunt, It is so long since
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Fleming, Albert -- Nov. 22, 1887
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Broxbourne, Hertshire Dear Mrs Hunt, If you go into/Mr. Ruskin's affairs at all
  3. 2-ll. + 1
  4. The letters mentioned in Fleming's letter (not enclosed, as letter indicates) are by ?.
  5. With envelope.


  2  
Fogg-Elliot, John -- Sept. 30, 1865
  1. ALS to Annie [Peacock?]
  2. Elvet Hill [Durham] My dear Annie We have sold a part
  3. 2 ll.
  4. John Fogg-Elliot married Mary Peacock.


  2  
Greenwell, Dora, 1821-1882. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Margaret, I have/sent the enclosed,
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- Feb. 27 [1857]
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Durham My dear Hunt, I hear from/Robinson
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Margaret This letter is/merely provisional
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Margaret I must put/off having any explanation
  3. 4 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dearest Margaret By one of those/unhappy contretemps
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Marlborough My dearest Margaret Your letter, which/by the way,
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- Thursday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Coldshean? My dearest Margaret I ? to Derwent/late because I did not get/your letter
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- Saturday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Margaret I was so disappointed/not to see you today,
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- Feb. 21 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brandon My dear Margaret I am on my travels
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- July 21 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Durham My dearest Margaret I must have/the photograph.
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- Apr. 8, 1859
  1. ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Sprouston, Kelso My dearest Margaret Until Kingsley/wrote to me yesterday I
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Hodson, S[amuel] J. -- Apr. 4, 1892
  1. ALS to Alfred Hunt
  2. 7 Hillmarton Road, N. Dear Mr Hunt I rely upon your/sending me at least
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- [n.d., 1867-1886]
  1. 19 ASL's to Alfred William and Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 50 ll.
  3. Many with envelopes.
  4. Mostly concerned with payment of rent on 1 Tor Villa, Campden Hill. One letter is addressed to Alfred Hunt, the rest to Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL to [?]
  2. 4 Normandy Terrace, Whitby Rhyparography I suppose means
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Sept. 18 [1857]
  1. ALS to William Greenwell
  2. Conway Dear Greenwell I am in the land of/damp-
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Andrew Hunt is Alfred Hunt's father.
  6. With sketch of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, on front.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Nov. ? [1850s]
  1. ALS to Maria Hunt
  2. Oxford Dear Maria The simple reason why/I did not write to you last week
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Maria Hunt is Alfred Hunt's sister.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [1851]
  1. ALS to Maria Hunt
  2. Oxford My dear Maria You see I have secured
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Maria Hunt is Alfred Hunt's sister.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Nov. 15 [1853]
  1. ALS to Maria Hunt
  2. Oxford Dear Maria Have I not had a pleasant/birthday? today?
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- Sept. 18, 1859
  1. ALS to Maria Hunt
  2. Durham My dear Maria I am sorry that I was not/able
  3. 2 ll. + 1, with envelope.


  2  
Hunt, William Holman, 1827-1910. -- Apr. 16-18 [n.y.]
  1. [printed ] S [invitation to view "Holman Hunt's Picture of Isabella or the Pot of Basil"]
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. Invitation to admit Mrs. H. Hunt and friend to Messrs. E. Gambart & Cos. New Gallery, presumably sent to Mrs. Alfred Hunt and signed by W. Holman Hunt.
  4. With invitation to Margaret, Alfred, and Violet Hunt to visit the Holman Hunts at their home on March 6 [n.y.] affixed to the back.


  2  
Hutton, Richard H., The Spectator Office -- Oct. 27, 1883
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. London My dear Mrs Hunt Certainly I am dead against
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With handwritten copy of the letter by Margaret Raine Hunt.


  2  
Kingsley, W. -- Sept. 2?, 1858
  1. TL [copy ] S to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Capel Curig My dear Hunt I return you Ruskin's letter; as far as I see it
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Typed copy


  2  
Matthews, C. N. -- Thursday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 15, Stanley Gardens, W. Dear Mrs. Hunt A telegram from/Pen Browning
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Giving news of Robert Browning's condition.
  5. Mrs. Matthews is the sister of Sir Frederick Leighton.


  2  
Moulton, Louise Chandler, 1835-1908. -- Dec. 14 [1899?]
  1. ALS to [Margaret Raine Hunt?]
  2. Boston My dear Friend of so/ many years -- I am/hurt at your treatment/of me,
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Nash, E. Barrington -- Dec. 9, 1882
  1. [printed] [invitation to view the Bartolozzi Exhibition]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Addressed to the Hunt family.


  2  
Peacock, G. -- May 3, 1862
  1. ALS to James Raine
  2. 29 Old Elvet My dear James I write to you a few/lines
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With references to Margaret Raine Hunt and Alfred Hunt.
  5. James Raine was Margaret Raine Hunt's brother and G. Peacock was their aunt.


  2  
Peacock, George, 1791-1858. -- Nov. 22, 1827
  1. ALS to [Margaret] Peacock Raine
  2. Lincoln College, Cambridge My dear Niece I have many apologies to make
  3. 2 ll.
  4. George Peacock was Margaret Peacock Raine's uncle, presumably the brother of her father, Thomas Peacock. Margaret Peacock Raine was Margaret Raine Hunt's mother and Violet Hunt's grandmother.


  2  
Peacock, George, 1791-1858. -- Dec. 15, 1856
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Deanery, Ely My dear Midge It is an age since I have
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. George Peacock was Margaret Raine Hunt's uncle and Dean of Ely.


  2  
Peacock, George, 1791-1858. -- Apr. 28, 1858
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Union Hotel, Cockspar Sheet My dear Midge I shall be here soon/after 6
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Peacock, George, 1791-1858. -- [Oct. 20, 1847]
  1. Calling card
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With calling card of Mrs. Peacock and envlope addressed to "W. Peacock, 17 Park Terrace, Islington."
  4. George Peacock was the brother of Margaret Peacock Raine, Margaret Raine Hunt's mother and Violet Hunt's grandmother.


  2  
Peacock, Thomas -- Nov. 8, 1825
  1. ALS to Hannah Peacock
  2. Denton My dear Hannah, Herewith I send you
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Pfeiffer, Mrs. -- [May 15, 1888]
  1. [printed] [invitation to visit]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Addressed to Margaret Raine Hunt.


  2  
Raine family -- [n.d.], 1798-1841
  1. 16 envelopes
  2. 16 ll.
  3. Envelopes addressed to members of Margaret Raine Hunt's family, including George Peacock, James Raine, and Mrs. Raine, as well as various other recipients. One envelope, addressed to Benjamin Dorkray, is supposedly in William Wordsworth's handwriting.


  2  
Raine, James, 1791-1858. -- [19th century]
  1. Foreign postcards and envelope
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. Five foreign postcards and one envelope attached to a sheet of paper, the envelope being addressed to James Raine, Margaret Raine Hunt's father. One of the postcards is written in Japanese, one in French, two in Hindi, and one in Arabic. There is also an unattached piece of Japanese currency.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1856?]
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dear Hunt I've been noticing that row for a long time
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1862]
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill My dear Hunt. I want to tell you how much
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- May 25, 1864
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Northwich My dear Hunt. I shall have the greatest pleasure
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 20, 1864
  1. AL [copy] & TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill My dear Hunt, I saw your two pictures on Saturday
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 24, 1864
  1. AL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Hunt I have your nice letter and am
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Aug. 12, 1864
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Hunt I shall have a deep pleasure
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- July 31, 1866
  1. AL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill My dear Hunt For many reasons,--too many to be
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Handwritten copy by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 2, 1867
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. My dear Hunt I have chosen/Near Arundel
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Mar. 20, 1868
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill Dear Hunt Is there any day next week
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1873]
  1. AL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire Dear Hunt I return you the papers, in case
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Jan. 6, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston My dear Hunt I cannot conceive a fitter person for that professorship
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- May 19, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Alfred, I couldn't write sooner -
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [May 21, 1873]
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Alfred. It is a great joy to me
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 16, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Herne Hill Dear Hunt I am so glad of your pretty letter.
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- July 19 [1873]
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. My dear Alfred You will I doubt not hear from Margaret
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Oct. 22 [1873]
  1. AL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Hunt I shall be delighted to see you and
  3. 1 l.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Nov. 6, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Hunt It is a great comfort to me to have this letter
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Nov. 28, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Oxford My dear Hunt I am very conceited about my sketches being placed,
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Jan. 5, 1874
  1. AL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Herne Hill Dear Hunt Best thanks for nice letter, and
  3. 1 l.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Nov. 24, 1874
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College [Oxford] My dear Hunt I am very glad and proud of your letter
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 21, 1875
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Brantwood My dear Hunt Your letter has just come to me and though today jaded
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Apr. 25, 1876
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Newark My dear Alfred I have heard from Mr Oliver
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Apr. 20, 1880
  1. Envelope addressed to Alfred William Hunt
  2. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Nov. 10, 1881
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Alfred I am so very grateful for your letter
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Apr. 20, 1883
  1. TL [copy] to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Hunt I am so very glad of your letter and report
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900 -- Mar. 30, 1886
  1. L [printed] to [Alfred Hunt]
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Mr. Ruskin trusts that his friends will/pardon
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [n.d.]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. Dear Mrs Hunt I am so grateful for the bird extracts
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Jan. 2, 1858
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dear Miss Raine. I should have replied to your kind letter
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Apr. 28, 1864
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Northwich Dear Mrs Hunt. I am so grateful to you for remembering me
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Apr. 8, 1867
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S. Dear Mrs Hunt I was so glad to have
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Nov. 10, 1867
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S. Dear Mrs Hunt. I am sincerely vexed at my carelessness
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Dec. 18, 1868
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. Dear Mrs Hunt, Yes, it's all very fine but there are no photographs
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Dec. 18 [1868]
  1. AL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. Dear Mrs Hunt I am going to do what I would only do
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Dec. 18, 1868
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill Dear Mrs Hunt I am more and more glad selfishly that I kept Joanna
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 5, 1869
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill Dear Mrs Hunt Thank you for kind note, and
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Oct. 27, 1869
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill My dear Mrs Hunt. Thank you so much for your letter, and for all
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 19, 1870
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret I have just opened your letter
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 8, 1871
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. Dear Mrs Hunt I hope your letter has not been lying here long
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 22, 1871
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. Dear Mrs Hunt, I have been, and am, wearily, and more or less,
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1872]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret I am quite beaten down with over-work
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Jan. 26, 1872
  1. AL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Denmark Hill, S.E. Dear Mrs Hunt The Photographs are safe, but I must not/see you
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 19, 1872
  1. AL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dear Mrs Hunt So many thanks for your letter
  3. 1 l.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Raine.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Sept. 4, 1872
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Mrs Hunt I am more than glad to hear of Alfred
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Sept. 9, 1872
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Mrs Hunt The passage about the rainbow
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1873]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Margaret I was very grateful for your letter - I am sure Violet
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1873]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston My dear Margaret. It has been as unlucky for you that I have been busy
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Mar. 15, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford Dear Mrs Hunt The indices are to be all together
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Apr. 2, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Mrs Hunt I cannot judge of the quality of the index
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 10, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Herne Hill My dear Margaret I go up quite comfortably, and am happy in thinking
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [July 26, 1873]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Margaret. I was very sorry, as you must have seen
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Sept. 3, 1873?
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Herne Hill, S.E. My dear Mrs Hunt We were so sorry to hear Mr Hunt's not being well
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Dec. 16, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. London My dear Margaret I am very glad of your letter, and Alfred's gift
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Dec. 26, 1873
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. London My dear Margaret. Your letter gives me the most
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Mar. 1, 1874
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Ambleside My dear Margaret I am very glad of your letter. What a wonderful speech
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With typed note about suicidal impulses in children.
  5. Typed copy.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Dec. 23 [1874]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford Dear Mrs Hunt Are you and the children in town? )
  3. 1 l.
  4. Misdated 1872.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 11, 1875
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Oxford Dear Mrs Hunt, I am very thankful for your letter.
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 20, 1875
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret That is in a way comforting!
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 24, 1875
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret I really think Violets must be nicer than Roses after all
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Mar. 16, 1875
  1. AL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. London My dear Margaret It is gladness to me to hear
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- May 30, 1875
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret I am very grateful for your letter. Yes, it
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 5, 1875
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Margaret I was very glad your were able to refer
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Sept. 2 [1875-1876?]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Mrs Hunt Your generous letter has been to long
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [1876]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Margaret. If good fathers and mothers always had
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Jan. 8, 1876
  1. AL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Arundel My dear Margaret All very happy days are by gone, but we
  3. 1 l.
  4. Handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Feb. 19, 1876
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret, I did not think my letter would have
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Mar. 25, 1876
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Corpus Christi College, Oxford My dear Margaret I like those poems of Violet's
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Jan. 25, 1877
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Venice My dear Margaret Though I have sent messages in Venice's letter
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Aug. 27, 1876
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston My dear Margaret I got the "Hazard of the Die"
  3. 2 ll.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Sept. 9, 1878
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston My dear Margaret You must always remember that your novel
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- May 29, 1879
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Margaret I was still very weak when I last wrote
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Mar. 22, 1880
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. London Dear Margaret So many thanks. They are lovely.
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Safford, S. Sutherland -- Apr. 1887
  1. AL [frag.] S to Alfred William Hunt
  2. [n.p.] ...to increase its sphere of/usefulness.
  3. 1 l.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- [Feb. 8, 1868]
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. 33 Elgin Road My Dear Hunt I hope you will let/me
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- [Oct. 16, 1867]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 33 Elgin Road My Dear Mrs Hunt Will you kindly/come
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Nov. 26, 1871
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Chelsea My Dear Mrs Hunt I have had it in/my conscience
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Dec. 4, 1875
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Chelsea My Dear Mrs Hunt You say in your/note just
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Dec. 9, 1875
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Chelsea My Dear Mrs Hunt I have read the/reviews, and I
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Apr. 14, 1876
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Chelsea My Dear Mrs Hunt Your Violet's poetry/is the greatest pleasure
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Nov. 11, 1878 92
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Cheyne Walk, S.W. My Dear Mrs Hunt I can't quite determine the/amount
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Dec. 4, 1878 92
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Cheyne Walk, S.W. Dear Mrs Hunt I have just finished/reading your
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Nov. 27, 1880 92
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Cheyne Walk, S.W. My Dear Mrs Hunt Very many thanks for/your two notes
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- May 21, 1885 92
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Cheyne Walk, S.W. My Dear Mrs Hunt It was very kind of you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Aug. 12, 1885
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Mrs Hunt A thousand thanks for/keeping me in mind.
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Apr. 9, 1886
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Mrs Hunt I was delighted to get your/note
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  2  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Aug. 14, 1888
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Mrs Hunt I write you a few lines--
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  3  
Severn, Arthur -- [1872-1873]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood My dear Mrs Hunt Thank you very much for your long
  3. 1 l.


  3  
Severn, Joan Ruskin -- Thursday evening [n.d.]
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dear Mrs Hunt It is a fact that "the Coz" sent in his resignation
  3. 1 l.


  3  
Severn, Joan Ruskin -- Saturday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Mrs Hunt Since I wrote/yesterday things
  3. 1 l.


  3  
Severn, Joan Ruskin -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Lake, R.S.O. Dear Mrs Hunt In a letter to me/from Mr. Spielmann
  3. 2 ll. + 1, with envelope.


  3  
Severn, Joan Ruskin -- May 14 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood My dear Mrs Hunt Your most/interesting letter
  3. 2 ll.


  3  
Severn, Joan Ruskin -- Monday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Mrs Hunt It is alas the/same sad illness
  3. 1 l. + 1)
  4. With newspaper clipping concerning Joan Severn. Two photocopies of clipping included.


  3  
Sheed, W. -- Jan. 11, 1878
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Campden Lodge Dear Sir I must beg you/to excuse me
  3. 1 l.


  3  
Temple, W. Cowper -- June 10, 1878
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. 15, Great Stanhope Street, W. Dear Sir - I have the/pleasure of
  3. 2 ll.


  3  
Tyrwhitt, R. St. John -- May 4, 1878
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. Ketilby, Oxford My dear Hunt Will you kindly excuse me to Mrs/Hunt for not answering her
  3. 2 ll


  3  
Tyrwhitt, R. St. John -- May 15, 1878
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Oxford Dear Mrs Hunt I send two more small/sums
  3. 2 ll. With reference to John Ruskin.


  3  
Tyrwhitt, R. St. John -- May 22, 1878
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Ketilby Dear Mrs Hunt Forgive a distracted divine
  3. 1 l.


  3  
Tyrwhitt, R. St. John -- Jan. 22, 1879
  1. TL [copy] to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. Ketilby, Oxford Dear Mrs Hunt, I do not think Ruskin has resigned, though he wrote
  3. 1 l.


  3  
Webster, Thomas -- Oct. 23, 1889
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 3, Howard Street, Strand Dear Mrs Hunt, Fogg Elliot/You will be anxious to know
  3. 2 ll.


 
b. Manuscripts [subseries]:
  3  
AM [Ruskin meets Mr. & Mrs. Cowper] -- [n.d.]
  1. 2 ll.
  2. The friend who recounts the incident is unnamed and "private" is written at the top of the first page.


  3  
Elliot, John -- Apr. 17, 1676 AM
  1. [description of land]
  2. 2 ll.


  3  
Hunt family -- 1890-1895
  1. TM & AM Diary
  2. 7 ll
  3. With columns for Alfred, Margaret, Violet, Venice and Silvia Hunt and an additional column for other important events.
  4. With annotations in Violet Hunt's hand.


  3  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- 1865-1876
  1. AM Bankbook
  2. 44 ll. + 1
  3. Volume with green cover.


  3  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [after 1906]
  1. [frag.] [printed] & AM [catalogue of paintings for sale]
  2. 3 ll.
  3. The pages with Hunt's paintings on them have been torn out and the prices they brought written in.


  3  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [1836-1893]
  1. AM Notebook with details of Hunt's pictures
  2. 75 ll. + 1 + 1
  3. Provides title and remarks, price, place, and date.
  4. With back cover of volume and one loose sheet; last leaf pasted to back cover.


  3  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- 1863-1864
  1. AMS [init.] "What will your last words be, my Margaret?"-[poem]
  2. 1 l.


  3  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [n.d.]
  1. AM Brief explanation
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Concerning John Ruskin.


  3  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [n.d.]
  1. AM [Canon William Greenwell's character]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Canon William Greenwell was Violet's godfather and Margaret's spurned suitor. Recounts an incident in which Violet fell into the water as a young child. Written over a printed ladies fashion adverstisement.


  3  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- 1856
  1. AM Receipt book
  2. 148 ll. + 1
  3. Volume with marbled board and leather cover.
  4. With an index of recipes at the end.


  3  
Raine, James, 1791-1858. -- Apr. 28 -December 1858
  1. TM & AM [unfinished autobiography]
  2. 246 ll.
  3. Two copies of both the autobiography and the additional typed notes, including some annotations and notes, probably by Violet and Margaret Raine Hunt.
  4. With a typed statement about the proof of Alfred William Hunt's will. With handwritten sheet, possibly in James Raine's hand, containing extracts from the Deaton Register on the Peacock family. With original folder housing this material.


 
c. Documents [subseries]:
  3  
Peacock family -- [n.d.]
  1. AM(frag.) Genealogy
  2. 1 l.


  3  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- July 8, 1881-April 29, 1885
  1. ADS Schedule of documents
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Held jointly with Margaret Raine Hunt.


  3  
Hunt, Andrew, d.1861 -- Aug. 9, 1861
  1. AD Probate of the Will and Codice of Mr. Andrew Hunt decd.
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written on vellum.


  3  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Mar. 27, 1874
  1. ADS Under Seal of Confession--[contract]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Contract with Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, signed by both parties.


  3  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Sept. 23, 1879
  1. ADS Memorandum of Agreement
  2. 1 l.
  3. Contract with Chatto & Windus, signed only "Chatto & Windus." Contract for an untitled work of fiction for publication in serial form in Belgravia.


 
2. Ford family (Brown/Hueffer) [subseries]:
 
a. Correspondence [subseries]:
 
i. Catherine Brown Hueffer to and from Francis Hueffer
  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathy I have to go to the Italian opera/tonight
  3. 2 ll. + envelope
  4. Catherine Brown Hueffer and Francis Hueffer were Ford Madox Ford's parents.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Monday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathy I received your letter late on Saturday
  3. 1 l.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Monday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathchen, I have just arrived from Kelmscott
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Monday eve [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Cathchen, I have been waiting all day/for a letter
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, Many thousand thanks for your very/nice
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss I am very well although much/wanting to
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Cathchen Do come back to me today if you/can.
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Wednesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My sweet darling, I have three things to tell you which
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Wednesday evening [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathchen, I have this minute (9 p.m) received
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Thursday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathy I am glad you are comfortably housed so far
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Thursday [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, As your last letter was a very short one
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Sunday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init] to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, You have written me a very nice letter
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown -- [ca. 1870]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Dearest Franz What a lovely morning it/is I am going
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Aug. 24, 1870
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathy. I have just received your photographs
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown -- [Sept. 28, 1870]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. I will not begin this letter in a correct/way
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown -- [Oct. 21, 1870]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Dearest Franz I dare not ask Papa about any/thing this morning
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Tuesday [1871?]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathy, Appleton has [?] them today
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Friday [1871?]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathy. Today I only write a few lines
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Saturday [1871?]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathy, I send you some violets today
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Feb. 7 [1871?]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathy, it is such a beautiful day today
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 11] 1871
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My sweet little Kaethchen, I was just going to write to you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 14, 1871]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathy, you are a very naughty girl
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown -- [Apr. 21, 1871]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Dearest Franz I spoke about your/fetching us
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown -- [May 3] [1871?]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Dearest Franz I shall answer your letter
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [May 25, 1871]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathy, What a difference there is
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Sept. 8, 1871]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathy, I have just received a letter
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Nov. 17, 1871]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Caethchen, I feel much better this morning
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Nov. 20 [1871?]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathchen, I have just received your nice
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Catherine Brown -- [Feb. 7] [1872?]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. My dearest Franz I am very stupid to have/told you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 12, 1872
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathchen, I hope you have slept well
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 18, 1872]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Mein lieber Liebchen Es ist moeglich dass ich morgen
  3. postcard


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Nov. 29, 1872]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathchen, The lecture has just come off
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Nov. 30, 1872
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Dec. 2, 1872]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathchen, I have just got your letter
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 26, 1873]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Cathchen, I received your letter early this/morning
  3. 2 ll. + 2 + envelope
  4. With letter from Marie Ophaven to Catherine Brown Hueffer, dated March 22, 1873 and mentioned in Francis Hueffer's letter.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Sept. 5, 1873]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest little Cathchen, We have just arrived
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Mar. 26, 1874
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My sweet Cathchen, What a short letter you have written to/me
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Apr. 29, 1874
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Two envelopes
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [May 15, 1874]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest darling. Coming home I found a letter/from
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [June 10, 1874]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Cathchen, Just a line to tell you that the/pre
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Oct. 2, 1874]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Pussie, I will come on Saturday to dinner as/you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 14, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, You must not be angry with me
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 25, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss I must write you a short letter tonight
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 27, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dear Puss, I was a little cross with you/yesterday
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 8, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I have just received you little note
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 9, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I do want you to go very much
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Apr. 20, 1875
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My dearest Puss This came last night; it is very
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 22, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, Why have you not written to me?/I hope
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 27, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, Why have you not written to me/as you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Apr. 29, 1875
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, This is just the day for
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [May 19, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss Why have you not written/to me as you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- May 21, 1875
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I will certainly come to the Sqre/on Monday
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [June 15, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I have received the enclosed letter
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- June 19, 1875
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Darling Puss, I send the key to my portmanteau
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Aug. 23, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, Enclosed the cheque for £8 that/is £1
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Oct. 14, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I send you a letter that has arrived/for you.
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Oct. 18, 1875]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Darling little Pussie, I am back in Merton and the house/is
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Feb. 16, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I have got your letter this morning short but
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Feb. 17, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Darling Puss, You are a very naughty girl not to have written
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 5, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, That was a very nice sweet letter
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Mar. 9, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I am glad you are going to the play and
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 20, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, Only a line to tell you that Fordie and
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Apr. 21, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Darling Puss, This is the order. I got letters today
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [June 3, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I am afraid you are angry with me
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Aug. 9, 1876
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling little Puss, Here I am still at [?] with plenty/of
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [Aug. 14, 1876]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling little Puss, Here I am at Bayreuth and last night
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- [July 16, 1879]
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I have not answered your sweet little letter
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Nov. 25, 1882
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss I was very glad to have your letter and yo
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Dec. 20, 1882
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I am afraid our Xmas now will be very
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Oct. 17, 1886
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I arrived late last night at this hotel
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Oct. 17, 1886
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma, I came back sound and safe from Leeds/last
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Oct. 20, 1886
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma, I write again to say that we are/all snug
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Nov. [25?], 1886
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss Just a line to tell you that the lecture
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Dec. 29, 1886
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathy, In spite of a fearful snowstorm I got/home
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Jan. 28, 1887
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Darling Cathy I arrived here safely last night after a/very
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Feb. 5, 1887
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, Your letter has just arrived and was quite
  3. 1 l.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Aug. 27, 1887
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma The enclosed paragraph appears in The Times
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. (with the clipping mentioned in Francis Hueffer's letter)


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Sept. 1, 1887
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. My darling Puss, I have not written to you before because/I
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Oct. 12, 1887
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma, Just a line to say that I arrived safely and
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Oct. 22, 1887
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma, I got yours and Poppy's letter and am/very
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Oct. 27, 1887
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma, I have not written to you before partly/because
  3. 2 ll.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Nov. 14, 1887
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cath, I was very glad to see from your letter that you
  3. 1 l. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Nov. 19, 1887
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathy, Morill MacKenzie being away at San Remo
  3. 1 l.


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- May 7, 1888
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mama, I am very glad to see from your/letter that you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- May 9, 1888
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Dearest Cathy, You said in your first letter most distinctly
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- May 12, 1888
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mama, I have just arrived and found every-/thing
  3. 1 l. + envelope


  4  
Hueffer, Francis, 1843-1889. -- Sept. 1, 1888
  1. ALS to Mrs. Hueffer [Francis Hueffer's mother]
  2. Dear old Mamma, I came back this morning and Ford has/just
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


 
ii. General correspondence to the Ford family
  5  
Anthony, Mark, 1817-1886. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. 18 Monmouth Road, Bay ? Dear Brown I am very/much obliged to you
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope with names written in pen in Violet Hunt's hand and typed note by V.H.


  5  
Boyd, Alice -- May 2, 1893
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Penkill Castle, Ayrshire My dear Cathy I live so out of/the world now
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- Thursday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Emma Madox Brown (Mrs. Ford)
  2. 1, St. Edmunds Terrace My Dearest, I have been at the Town Hall
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- July 13, 1878
  1. ALS to Emma Madox Brown (Mrs. Ford)
  2. 37 Fitzroy Square W. Dear Love, I send you herein the/half
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Editor of Dictionary of National Biography
  2. Manchester Dear Sir, Noticing your request in the Athe-/naum
  3. 4 ll.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- Nov. 29, 1880
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Manchester Dear Frank, My wife has just read your/note
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- May 1, 1859
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Hunt The evening at Patmores/when you
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- Sept. 7, 1862
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. 14 Grove Terrace, Kentish Town N.W. My dear Hunt, I find myself under the/necessity of writing
  3. 3 ll.
  4. With annotation by Alfred Hunt.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- Dec. 4, 1870
  1. ALS to Alfred William Hunt
  2. 37 Fitzroy Square W. My dear Alfred Hunt, If I have delayed so long/in answering you
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- June 14, 1890
  1. AL[draft]S to Theodore Watts
  2. 1 St. Edmund Terrace, Regents Park N.W. My Dear Watts I enclose you the Acct in question
  3. 1 l.


  5  
Brown, Oliver Madox, 1855-1874. -- Sept. 25 [1872?]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. 37 Fitzroy Square My dear Hueffer When I received
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Brown, Oliver Madox, 1855-1874. -- [July 27, 1874]
  1. ALS to Margaret Raine Hunt
  2. 37 Fitzroy Square Dear Mrs Hunt, It gives me great grief
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope


  5  
Burne-Jones, Edward Coley, Sir, 1833-1898. -- [Nov. 2, 1872]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. [London] dear Huffer That I dont ?/over to-day
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Casey, D. -- [1847]
  1. ALS [frag.] to Ford Madox Brown
  2. [n.p.] ...impardonnable oui je serais
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Cole, Henry, Sir, 1808-1882. -- Nov. 5, 1880
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. [West Brompton, S.W.] Dear Sir I send you the/3d. Report
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- Thursday [1877?]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. [n.p.] How can you see/mountains in molehills?
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Signed "T. Q." (Theophilus Queer).


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- Friday morning [1877?]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. [n.p.] Hueffer! Read Frederic/Soulie's Comte de/Toulouse
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Signed "Theophilus Queer".


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- Jan. 29 [1877?]
  1. ALS(init.) to Francis Hueffer
  2. 36 Tavistock Place Dr. Hueffer - Dont forget to go
  3. 1 l.


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- Feb. 22, 1877
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. 36 Tavistock Place My dear Hueffer Oxenford died this/morning
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- [Feb. 28, 1877]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. [n.p.] My dear Hueffer - I am too sincere a friend
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- [Mar. 1, 1877]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. [n.p.] My dear Anaximander Thales anxaimenes
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- [Apr. 8, 1877]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. 36 Tavistock Place Dr Hueffer - You must come to-/morrow
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Davison, James William, 1813-1885. -- Nov. 20 [1877]
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. 36 Tavistock Place Dear Merlin (Ambrosius) Dont come here/on Wednesday
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906. -- Oct. 18, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. British Museum Dear Mrs. Hueffer Thank-you for your letter.
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906 -- Jan. 14, 1896
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. British Museum Dear Mrs Hueffer, I have both your letters
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906 -- Jan. 22, 1896
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. British Museum Dear Mrs Hueffer, I have just received/a cheque
  3. 1 l.


  5  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906 -- Jan. 28, 1896
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. British Museum Dear Mrs Hueffer, Thank-you for your/letter.


  5  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906 (continued) -- Jan. 28, 1896
  1. 2 ll. + 1
  2. With envelope.


  5  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906. -- July 20, 1896
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. London Dear Mrs Hueffer, Thanks for your last/letter.
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Grove, George, Sir, 1820-1900. -- Dec. 12, 1887
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Kensington Gore, London, S.W. Dear F.H. I am ashamed to/bother you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope


  5  
Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes, Baron, 1809-1885. -- Jan. 26 [1874]
  1. ALS to Franz Hueffer
  2. Ferrybridge Dear Vi I thank you much/for your book.
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Hueffer, Bertha -- Feb. 11, 1896
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Paris Dear Mrs Hueffer. I received yesterday a postal card
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With "The English Review" envelope which held the letters from Ford Madox Ford's German relatives to his father, mother, and brother Oliver.


  5  
[Hueffer], Emma -- May 11, 1870
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Muenster Lieber Franz. [?] gibt mir
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Emma Hueffer was Francis Hueffer's sister and Ford Madox Ford's aunt.


  5  
Hueffer, F. -- June 14, [19]10
  1. ALS to [?]
  2. 26 Cumming Str. Pentonwille N. Sehr geehrter Herr! Ihrem Liebens wuerdigen Wunsche
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- Dec. 24, 1856
  1. ALS to his father, ? Hueffer
  2. [n.p.] Hoc festocarissima mater gratulor
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Hueffer, Hermann -- Feb. 29, 1870
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Bonn Lieber Franz. Seinen [?] brief mit
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Hermann Hueffer was Francis Hueffer's half-brother and Ford Madox Ford's uncle.


  5  
Hueffer, Hermann -- May 3/4, 1870
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Bonn Lieber Franz! Dir
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
[Hueffer?], Sophia -- May 4, 1870
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Muenster Lieber Franz. 2 ll. + 1
  3. With envelope.
  4. Sophia [Hueffer?] was a German relation of Ford Madox Ford's.


  5  
Hueffer, Wilhelm -- July 22, 1893
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. San Passerario Dear Cathy I received from Rome your/letter
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Wilhelm Hueffer was Francis Hueffer's half-brother and Ford Madox Ford's uncle.


  5  
Hueffer, Wilhelm -- Dec. 22, 1870
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Florence Lieber Franz
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Hueffer, Wilhelm -- Sept. 5, 1890
  1. ALS to Oliver Hueffer
  2. San Passerario Dear Oliver I received your letter
  3. 1 l.
  4. Oliver Hueffer was Ford Madox Ford's brother.


  5  
Ireland, John, 1879-1962. -- Mar. 13, 1901
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Chelsea, S.W. Dear Mrs. Hueffer An [earliest set]/work of mine is going to/be played
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
MacKenzie, Alexander Campbell, Sir, 1847-1935. -- Aug. 24, 1885
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Lower [?] Dear Hueffer It is understood that/your share of the foreign
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Miller, Thomas, b. 1839. -- May 31, 1857
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. Liverpool My Dear Mr Brown I hope you have/now got over
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Miller, Thomas, b. 1839. -- June 28, 1857
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. Liverpool My Dear Sir I received your very/kind & welcome
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Miller, Thomas, b. 1839. -- Apr. 18, 1858
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. Liverpool My Dear Mr Brown I have your long &/kind letter
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Miller, Thomas, b. 1839. -- Apr. 3, 1861
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. Liverpool My Dear Mr Brown I have your/kind letter of 1st
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Miller, Thomas, b. 1839. -- Apr. 4, 1861
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. Liverpool My Dear Mr Brown I had that pleasure/yesterday
  3. 1 l.


  5  
Miller, Thomas, b. 1839. -- [Aug.?] 2, 1862
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. Liverpool My Dear Mr Brown I have to thank you/for your long kind letter
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Montgomery, Edmund -- Nov. 4, 1899
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Hempstead, Texas Dear Mrs Hueffer I am very grateful to/you
  3. 4 ll.


  5  
Morris, William, 1834-1896. -- [1871]
  1. Empty envelope addressed to Francis Hueffer
  2. 1 l.


  5  
Mozley, Miss -- Sept. 6, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. [Leamington?] Miss Mozley encloses/Mrs Hueffer another
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
National Gallery (London) -- May 9, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. National Gallery, London Dear Madam I am requested by the/Director
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Written and signed by Charles L. Eastlake.


  5  
National Gallery (London) -- July 16, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. National Gallery, London Dear Madam I write to acknowledge/the receipt
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by Charles L. Eastlake.


  5  
National Portrait Gallery Offices -- Apr. 26, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Westminster, S.W. Dear Madam I am extremely sorry that
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by George Scharf.


  5  
National Portrait Gallery Offices -- May 11, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Westminster, S.W. Dear Madam I have this afternoon received
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by George Scharf.


  5  
National Portrait Gallery Offices -- June 27, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Westminster, S.W. Dear Madam In accordance with the/ instruction
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by George Scharf.


  5  
National Portrait Gallery Offices -- June 20, 1894
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Westminster Madam. The Trustees of the National Portrait
  3. Gallery
  4. 2 ll. + 1
  5. With receipt for the portrait.


  5  
North London School of Drawing -- May 31, 1853
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Brown
  2. North London Sir, We the undersigned take this opportunity/
  3. Signed by the members of the class.


  5  
Rathbone, [Harner?] -- Mar. 1, 1901
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Birkenhead My dear Mrs Hueffer I am very glad you/enjoyed
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
[Rossetti, Lucy Brown] -- Mar. 23 [n.y.]
  1. AL[copy] to Mrs. Robertson
  2. [3 St. Edmund's Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W.?] Dear Mrs Robertson, The enclosed list/gives,
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Lucy Brown Rossetti, the wife of William Michael Rossetti, was Ford Madox Ford's aunt.


  5  
Rossetti, William Michael, 1829-1919. -- [Apr. 11, 1882]
  1. Envelope to Francis Hueffer
  2. [London]
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With another envelope, with note written on it by Violet Hunt concerning the letter, which was later sold.
  5. William Michael Rossetti was Ford Madox Ford's uncle.


  5  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Dec. 19, 1878 92
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. Cheyne Walk, S.W. My Dear Cathy Hueffer How good of you to/keep me in mind,
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- June 13, 1871
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Chelsea My Dear Hueffer I send you the poem/D.G.R. spoke
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Oct. 8, 1883
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Hueffer I brought your History
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- June 29, 1886
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Hueffer. How good of you to/send me
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Smith, George, 1824-1901. -- Apr. 29, 1880
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. 15, Waterloo Place, S.W. Dear Sir It is, I think, due to you that I
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  5  
Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882. -- July 17, 1878
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. 39, Montagu Square Dear Sir, The enclosed is a paper
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Watts-Dunton, Theodore, 1832-1914. -- Dec. 29, 1882
  1. ALS to Francis Hueffer
  2. The Pines, Putney Hill My dear Hueffer I cannot tell you with/how much
  3. 2 ll.


  5  
Whitechapel Art Gallery -- Jan. 26, 1901
  1. ALS to Catherine Brown Hueffer
  2. 1 King's Bench Walk Madam I have met with very/considerable success
  3. 2 ll.


 
b. Documents (by individual, then by title) [subseries]:
  5  
Brown, Emma Hill Madox, 1834-1890. -- Oct. 20, 1890
  1. AD [bill for funeral]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Bill from James Parsons to Ford Madox Brown for Emma Brown's funeral.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- 1862-1875
  1. AD Account book
  2. 84 ll. + 1
  3. Volume with white vellum cover and latch.


  5  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- Feb. 28, 1862
  1. ADS ["Labour" and another unnamed painting] -- [contract]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Signed agreement between Ford Madox Brown and John Callow Knight, on behalf of the late Thomas Edward Plint, for a painting which is here called "Labour" though it was ultimately called "Work," and another unnamed painting.


  5  
Hueffer family -- 1721
  1. ADS
  2. 1 l.
  3. In German.
  4. Written on vellum and signed Carl VI.


  5  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- Mar. 28, 1865
  1. ADS Koeniglich Preussischen theologischen und philosophischen Akademie zu Muenster--[diploma]
  2. 4 ll.


  5  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- Nov. 5, 1883
  1. [contract]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Agreement between Francis Hueffer and Charles Robert Tennant.


  5  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- Mar. 12, 1889
  1. ADS [receipt for burial plot]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Receipt made out to Catherine Hueffer for the burial plot in St. Pancras Cemetery, Finchley, for her husband, Francis Hueffer.


  5  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- July 6, 1872
  1. D [printed] & [printed] "Richard Wagner and the Music of the Future"-- [invitation and ticket to lecture]
  2. 3 ll.
  3. Lecture given by Francis Hueffer on July 20, 1872 at the Mathematical School, Eton College and hosted by Oscar Browning.


 
Series II. Correspondence [series]:
 
1. Violet Hunt to Ford Madox Ford (by date) [subseries]:
  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910-1911]
  1. [n.p.] What does this mean from the Lyceum? Elsie?
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Fragment I had a long talk with Mrs Clifford to day.
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] ...two? The one about my getting to bed at 10
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Not a sign have I had from Humphreys.
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1910]
  1. Smeeth Hill, Ashford, Kent Dearest, I am writing a line from here- as soon as I arrived
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Sunday morning, 23rd [ca. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] My dear dear Ford. I think I write awful letters always, in such
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Ford. Yes, I suppose I was too busy-
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Darling. I think you more than ever a genius
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] ...ten days! Last night, clad in sober black
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With carbon copy and later typed copy, all but the latter with annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Why did I worry you? Why did I serve Humphreys
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. I wish I didn't seethe justice of your arguments
  2. 2 ll. + 1
  3. With fragment of an earlier typed copy.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1910]
  1. My dear. I like my place, deep down in your heart and I shall
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Monday, 31 [1910]
  1. [n.p.] My dearest, my darling. How can I have depressed you?
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Tuesday, 25 [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. What do you think I have done with your Reminiscences?
  2. 3 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Thursday evening [1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. My hand shakes so. I don't know why.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Tuesday [early 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Ford. I am just off to the doctor's. Silvia has written
  2. 1 l.
  3. With TL [copy], Silvia Hunt Fogg-Elliot to her sister Violet Hunt, [n.d.], concerning why Silvia's daughter Rosamund cannot stay with Hunt.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- June 14, 1910
  1. [n.p.] Dear, You replied in the Westminster with such effect to a belated/ question
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Sept. 28, 1910
  1. [n.p.] Dear darling Ford. My life seemed to stop at 8 o'clock sharp yesterday morning
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand, including a note that this is her first letter to Ford after leaving Marburg on the previous day.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Not a long letter, darling Ford, I am filled with
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. I can't quite make out your telegram. There is no such word
  2. 3 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Oct. 1 [1910]
  1. [n.p.] I don't know where you are. I have sent one long letter to Marburg
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written from a postcard.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 3, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] I can't read very well your p.c. from your new address.
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With TL [copy], Curtis Brown & Massie to Ford Madox Ford, October 3, 1910.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Oct. 4, 1910
  1. [n.p.] I did propose to E.H.A. what you said,
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written from a postcard and sent to Ford in Giessen.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 11, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Darling. I send you Shakespeare and some photos. Shall I send you
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With TL [copy], Demetia Kenneth Brown to Hunt, October 11, 1910.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Oct. 15, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Ford. Just a line . I am all right-
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written from a postcard and sent to Ford at 29, Nordanlage, Giessen.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 15, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dear, Answer this! I suppose you can't, alas!
  2. 1 l.
  3. With TL [copy], Mrs. E.A. Smedley to Ford, October 15, 1910, inviting him to the Christina Rossetti Centenary dinner.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. October 21, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] This what Mr. H. says he would write
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With TL [copy], The English Review to Ford Madox Ford, October 21, 1910. Written and signed by Austin Harrison.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Oct. 21, 1910
  1. [London] Dearest. I am writing in Humphrey's office.
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] ...won't have it. I won't nor will I store it or destroy it
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. 1, Cloisters, Temple, E.C. I squared Mrs. Low, I think. She went out murmuring,
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest, I am appalled- I stay appalled. Eighteen months!
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.d.] I read a little of Mr. Sorell
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. The dentist says I must have a tooth out without delay-
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. The New Victorian Club, 30a, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, W. Dearest love. I have got half an hour
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. You see I am being very good.
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. When will you get this? I can't tell.
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Monday [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Ford, my very heart, you are. Don't be cross & compare me
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Wednesday [ca. November 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. The business letter- mine- went off this morning.
  2. 3 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Nov. 1910]
  1. [n.p.] I have taken a type-written copy of this
  2. 1 l.
  3. With TL [copy], The London Magazine to Ford Madox Ford, November 1910. Written and signed by Comyns Beaumont.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Nov. 10, 1910]
  1. [n.p.] This is about what I wrote to S.
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.
  4. With TL [copy], Violet Hunt to Silvia Hunt Fogg-Elliot, [ca. November 10, 1910], and TL [copy], Rosamund Fogg-Elliot Wilkinson to her aunt, Violet Hunt, [n.d.].


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest, darling. I am so sorry for you, and you are so sorry
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. Dearest. I think it will take me all the morning
  2. 4 ll.
  3. Concerned in part with the publication of Ford's story "Riesenberg" and other writings.
  4. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Riesenberg. No, dearest, don't sit in any safety valve
  2. 4 ll.
  3. Concerned in part with the publication of Ford's story "Riesenberg."
  4. Mentions going to Spa, Belgium on the 9th.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Reisenberg. Dearest. Can you- or will you let me shorten "Riesenberg"
  2. 1 l.
  3. Concerned with publication of Ford's story "Riesenberg."


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Tuesday morning [ca. December 1910]
  1. Dearest. Let me be quite serious. I am awfully sorry it vexes you
  2. 3 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Thursday morning [ca. December 1910]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. I'm so glad you like the story.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] R.[osamund] has written a stupid heartless letter,
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dear. Will you execute this as quickly as you can
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest darling, They say you are charming!
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Mrs. Low has been telephoning - She has
  2. 1 l.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Lempriere say that...Dearest. Just a line.
  2. 2 ll. + 4


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford (continued) -- [ca. 1911]
  1. With a second typed copy and a carbon copy, done on a different typewriter (and earlier?), the latter with annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Friday night [ca. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dear darling. Don't mind the Lyceum Club
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. What can I write to you in 20 minutes? The carriage
  2. 1 l.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [1911]
  1. [n.p.] 53. I have got my revise proofs and I want you to send me
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With the carbon copy and another typed copy, done on a different typewriter (and earlier?).


  6  
TL [copy, frag.] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Feb. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Fragment Dearest. Why do you get my letters all posted
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Mar. 31?, 1911]
  1. [n.p.] I'm going to tea with Roy
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand and an additional sheet (AM) with notes on it.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [Apr. 1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Darling. I don't want to say anything wrong- or to upset you
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- Aug. [1911]
  1. [n.p.] Dearest. Mrs Boughton has just bounced in to tell me
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
TL [copy] to Ford Madox Ford -- [autumn 1911] 6.30. p.m.
  1. [n.p.] Dearest Ford, I've been to Lane and saw Jenkyns.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With annotations in Hunt's hand.


  6  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [1910-1911]
  1. Photocopies of letters to Ford Madox Ford


 
2. Violet Hunt to Others (by date) [subseries]:
  6  
ALS to ? -- [n.d.]
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W.8 Dear Sir Thank you very much for your letter
  2. 1 l.
  3. Not sent.
  4. Howell material.


  6  
ALS to [Ashmolean Museum?] -- June 19 [1918]
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W. 8 Dear Sir I do not know if you/are yet aware
  2. 2 ll.
  3. C. F. Bell, to whom this letter was most likely addressed, was the Keeper of Fine Art at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
  4. Signed "Violet Madox Hueffer."


  6  
AL [card] S [init.] to Bert? -- [n.d.]
  1. [n.p.] With love and good wishes from --VH What is my little Bert doing now?
  2. 1 l.
  3. Written on the back of a printed religious card


  6  
AL to Mr. Burdett -- [n.d.]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Mr Burdett Shall I write/to your paper
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Not sent.


  6  
ALS [init.] to Annie Child -- [Oct. 4, 1906]
  1. Pitlochry Dear Child I have had quite/an illness here.
  2. 2 ll. + 1
  3. With envelope.
  4. Annie Child was the Hunt family parlormaid.


  6  
AL to Mr. Garvin -- [n.d.]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Mr Garvin The Life of Howell/an Anglo-Portugese
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Draft copy?
  4. Howell material.


  6  
TLS [init.] to Gedge, Fiske & Gedge -- Apr. 26, 1926
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W.8 Dear Sirs, I am now acquainted through the papers
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With two TLS from Gedge, Fiske & Gedge to Violet Hunt, dated April 8 and 27, 1926. All three concern Violet's friend, Lady Houston. Additional notes in Hunt's hand.


  6  
ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Mamma I call a great/part of your letter
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Mamma Your absence makes/itself grieviously felt!
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
ALS [init.] to Margaret Raine Hunt -- Tuesday 4th [1891?]
  1. [n.p.] My dear Mamma I was at the Penningtons/when the paper came out with the/news
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
ALS to Sarah Sanderson Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. 6 East Terrace, Whitby My dear Grandmamma I like Whitby very/much indeed.
  2. Sarah Sanderson Hunt was Violet Hunt's grandmother.


  6  
ALS to Sarah Sanderson Hunt -- Jan. 5, 1873
  1. 1 Tor Villas, Campden Hill My Dear Grandmother I am very sorry I did not write to you
  2. 2 ll. + 1


  6  
TLS to the Editor of The Morning Post -- Mar. 18, 1926
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W.8 Dear Sir, Ever since the news of another problematical


  6  
TLS to the Editor of The Morning Post (continued) -- Mar. 18, 1926
  1. 2 ll. + 1 + 3 + 2
  2. With ALS, The Morning Post to Violet Hunt, March 16, 1926, written and signed by James Greig; a draft of the letter to The Morning Post, typed and then annotated by Hunt; and a newspaper clipping (with photocopy) about the Whistler painting mentioned in the letters. Howell material.


  6  
AL to Juliet Hueffer Soskice -- June 26 [1927]
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W.8 Dear Juliet This is surely rather/dreadful
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Draft copy.
  4. Juliet Hueffer Soskice was Ford Madox Ford's sister.


  6  
AL to Juliet Hueffer Soskice -- June 23 [1927]
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W.8 Dear Juliet Thank you very/much for your letter.
  2. 2 ll.


  6  
ALS to Eustace Strickland -- [1887-1888]
  1. [n.p.] Dear Euty Are you very/ill?
  2. 1 l.
  3. On verso of share application for the Folkestone Pier and Lift Company.


  6  
AL to Evelyn Waugh -- [n.d.]
  1. South Lodge, 80, Campden Hill Road, W.8 Dear Evelyn Waugh I am proud that/you should review me.
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Not sent.


  24  
Hueffer, F. M. -- Jan.-Feb. 1911
  1. typescripts made by Violet Hunt


  26  
Addie, [J.N.] -- Apr. 15, 1878
  1. to A.W. Hunt


  26  
Brown, Ford Madox -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. to Cathy


  26  
Brown, Ford Madox -- [SP 9 71]
  1. to Hueffer, Ford Madox


  26  
Ruskin, John -- May 30, 1887
  1. to Heming


 
3. To Violet Hunt (by author, then by date) [subseries]:
  7  
AL to Violet Hunt -- Nov. 13 [n.y.]
  1. 71 Munington Road Dear Violet With regard to the "White


  7  
AL to Violet Hunt (continued) -- Nov. 13 [n.y.]
  1. The letter is decorated with eight coats of arms and a miniature of "Sir Nele."
  2. 2 ll.


  7  
ALS [illegible] to Violet Hunt -- Dec. 24 [n.y.] [
  1. London] Dear Violet I wish I could/send you
  2. 2 ll.


  7  
ALS [illegible] to Violet Hunt -- Dec. 1, 1922
  1. Herne Bay, Kent Dear Sir/ Your letter of the 29th Nov 1 l.
  2. Addressed to V. Hueffer.


  7  
A [postcard] to Violet Hunt -- [1908?]
  1. Greece
  2. 1 l.


  7  
ALS [illegible] to Violet Hunt -- Oct. 6, 1932
  1. 79A Elizabeth Street, S.W.1 Dear Violet I have been reading/your Sidall (or is it Siddal)
  2. 2 ll.


  7  
4 envelopes, 5 cancelled stamps -- 1867-1929
  7  
Agate, James, 1877-1947. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 55 Doughty St., W.C.1 Dear Mrs. Hueffer Many thanks, but I neither
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Albany -- June 10, 1929
  1. [printed] Garden Party at Albany-- [invitation]
  2. Albany
  3. 1 l.
  4. Commemorating the 125th anniversary of Albany.


  7  
Allingham, P. A. -- Nov. 19, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Eldon House Dear Mrs. Hueffer I have been/looking through
  3. 2 ll. + 6
  4. Includes eight pages of diary entries relating to Howell and Rossetti from William Allingham's diary, as copied out by his wife, P. A. Allingham; an envelope with V.H.'s notes on it; and a postcard from Mrs.


  7  
Allingham, P. A. (continued) -- Nov. 19, 1923
  1. Allingham to Violet Hunt, dated May 15, 1924.
  2. Howell material.


  7  
Ashmolean Museum (Oxford) -- June 20, 1918
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. Oxford Dear Madam Thank you for your extremely kind letter.
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. This and another TLS, also included here and dated August 31, 1918, were written by C.F. Bell, Keeper of Fine Art at the Ashmolean Museum.


  7  
Bellavue, J. C. -- Sept. 21, 1920
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Vigo So sorry I had no time/to see you before I left
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Bennett, Marguerite -- May 21, 1935
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Suncourt Hotel, Kensington Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I have just had you rung-up
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With Mrs. Bennett's card and Violet Hunt's remarks on the letter.


  7  
Benson, Venice Hunt, 1864- -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS [frag.] to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] ...think more of ones suis than/any pulpit-preached sermon
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Benson, Venice Hunt, 1864- -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] to Violet Hunt
  2. Hotel Schwan, Frankfurt Dear Violet We were very much puzzled
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Bing, Marguerite -- Oct. 11, 1924
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Venice We let our Flat suddenly/conditionally
  3. 1 l.
  4. Signed Marguerite and Herbert Bing.


  7  
Messrs. Blomfield & Co.'s Trinity House Royal Studios -- Sept. 24, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Hastings Dr Madam We have found the enclosed/view of Hastings.
  3. 1 l. + 3
  4. Siddal material.
  5. With photograph [photo moved to Box 20, Folder 46] of the lodging house where Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti lived in Hastings, which was reproduced in Violet Hunt's biography of her, The Wife of Rossetti.
  6. With two envelopes with Violet Hunt's notes on them.


  7  
Bornand, Odette -- Feb. 26, 1936
  1. AL [frag.] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Crosby Hall, Cheyne Walk, S.W.3 Dear Madam, I am preparing a thesis
  3. 1 l.
  4. The letter has been ripped into three pieces, one of which is missing.


  7  
Bouldan, Newman -- June 28, 1924
  1. TL[ copy?] to Violet Hunt
  2. St. James Vicarage, Enfield Highway Dear Madam In answer to your letter of Jun 13th
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  7  
Boyce, A. A. C. -- Jan. 23, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Battersea Park, S.W. Dear Mrs. V.H. Hueffer I am sorry the letter you/wanted is not
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Siddal-Rossetti material.


  7  
British Federation of University Women -- Feb. 26, 1936
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Miss Hunt - I once had the pleasure of meeting/you at Jane Harrison's
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by Mrs. Alys Russell.


  7  
Brown, Emma -- [n.d.], April 28 [1929?]-January 23, 1930
  1. Seven letters to Violet Hunt
  2. 7 ll.
  3. Concerning Violet's questions about whether her nurse, Emma Brown, was related to Lord and Lady Bethell.


  7  
Bullock, J. M. -- May? 6, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 45, Doughty Street, W.C.1 Dear Miss Violet Hunt What an admirable/article
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Button, Maidie E. -- Sept. 17, 1930
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 3, Chelmsford Road, South Woodford, E.18 Dear Madame In reply to your letter of the 16th
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. With two other ALS from Maidie Button, Elizabeth Siddall Rossetti's niece, to V.H., dated October 6 and 10, 1930.
  5. Siddall material.


  7  
Cannon Brookes & Odgers, Solicitors (London) -- Nov. 16, 1933
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. Norfolk House, London Dear Miss Hunt, I think the last time we met
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by T. Cannon Brookes.


  7  
Cecil Palmer, Publisher (London) -- July 6, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Mrs Ford Madox Hueffer I would like to talk to your seriously sometime
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by Cecil Palmer.


  7  
Christmas cards -- 1937, [n.d.]
  1. Five cards
  2. 5 ll.
  3. From F.A.L. Bram Stoker, May [Cracolry?], Mr. & Mrs. Defries, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Andrews, and Harriet Cohen.


  7  
Cockerell, Sydney Carlyle, Sir, 1867-1962. -- Oct. 18, 1929
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Cambridge Dear Mrs Hueffer, I am sorry to say that
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Compton-Burnett, I. (Ivy), 1884-1969. -- Oct. 3, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 97, Linden Gardens, Bayswater, W.2 Dear Violet After/reading "The/Wife of Rossetti"
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Constable & Co. -- Oct. 7, 1932
  1. TLS to [Violet Hunt]
  2. 10 & 12 Orange St., Leicester Sq., W.C.2 Dear Madam, We have to acknowledge with many thanks
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With TLS from Waterhouse & Co., dated October 11, 1932.


  7  
Courtney, W. L. (William Leonard), 1850-1928. -- Jan. 9, 1922
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. 44, Gordon Sq., W.C.1 Dear Mrs. Hueffer, If it will give you any pleasure,
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Crawfurd, Oswald, 1834-1909. -- Mar. 8, 1899
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W. Dear Violet, Mr Lewis has put in my hands
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Cynthia -- 12-1930
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Christmas 1930
  3. 1 l.
  4. With photograph of Cynthia with two dogs.


  7  
The Daily Mirror (London) -- Feb. 8, 1916
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I am very sorry that there
  3. 1 l.
  4. The letter is signed by Herbert Farjeon.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Oct. 22, 1927
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- (continued) -- Oct. 22, 1927
  1. English Embassy, Brussels, Dear Mrs. Hueffer - I had a pang/of conscience over your question,
  2. 2 ll.
  3. With envelope.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Jan. 1, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. British Embassy, Brussels Dear Mrs. Hueffer - I'm afraid/I must refuse, unwillingly
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Jan. 31, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Brussels Dear Mrs. Hueffer - I'm afraid it's/no use & our so agreeable plan
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Feb. 23, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Hotel Chatham, Paris Dear Mrs. Hueffer - Your apple-green/letter
  3. 4 ll.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Aug. 13, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. St. Moritz, Switzerland Dear Mrs Hueffer - Really odious & rude/of me to be so long
  3. 5 ll.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Aug. 29, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. St. Moritz Dear Mrs Hueffer - I think you oughtn't/to be surprised
  3. 4 ll.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Sept. 19, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Cannes Dear Mrs Hueffer - Alas! quite, quite/ausgeschlossen


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- (continued) -- Sept. 19, 1928
  1. 1 l.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Oct. 21, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. British Embassy, Madrid Dear Mrs Hueffer - How admirable of you/to have given me
  3. 3 ll.


  7  
Derwent, George Harcourt Johnstone, Baron, 1899- -- Sept. 29, 1929
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Hackness Hall, Scarborough No, No, only busy, not/ill
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Deverell, Evangeline -- June 16, 1936
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Sante Fe, New Mexico Dear Violet Hunt, I am sending you/a photograph
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. A photograph of a sketch of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre by Walter Deverell, Evangeline Deverell's father, which was enclosed with the letter, is now housed in Box 19, folder 43.


  7  
Deverell, Frances -- Aug. 1, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Abbey Rd Mansions, N.W.8 Dear Mrs Hueffer - I am sending this/M.S. registered
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Frances Deverell was Walter Howell Deverell's sister-in-law.


  7  
Deverell, Frances -- Friday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 5 York St., W.1 I hasten to send you this letter/dear Mrs Hueffer - Violet!!
  3. 1 l.
  4. Frances Deverell was Walter Howell Deverell's sister-in-law.


  7  
Dicksee, Frank -- Feb. 13, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 3, Greville Place, Maida Vale, N.W.6 Dear Mrs Hueffer About the date you mention
  3. 1 l. + 3
  4. With two more ALS from Dicksee to Hunt, dated July 3 [n.y.] and Monday [n.d.].


  7  
Ellis, Stewart Marsh -- May 26, 1926
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. West Kensington, W.14 Dear Violet Many thanks. I shall look forward/to coming
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Ellis, Stewart Marsh -- Sept. 15, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 3, Kent Road, Surrey My dear Violet Many thanks for the/copy of Mrs. Rossetti
  3. 1 l.


  7  
The English Review -- June 2, 1910
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. 11, Henrietta St., Covent Garden, W.C. Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I am thinking of organizing
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by Austin Harrison.


  7  
Ervine, St. John G. (St. John Greer), b. 1883. -- May 23, 1921
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Many thanks for your note. The/loose sheets
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Fauconnet, Guy Eugene Lucien Pierre, d. 1920. -- [Jan. 9, 1920]
  1. [printed] [funeral invitation]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. In French.
  4. Addressed to Violet Hunt.


  7  
Fogg-Elliot, Amerye Margaret -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Wolsingham Dear Aunt Violet, I hope you had a happy/New Year
  3. 2 ll. + 2


  7  
G., Florentia G. C. -- [1925-1931]
  1. 28 Letters to Violet Hunt
  2. 56 ll.


  7  
G., Florentia G. C. (continued) -- [1925-1931]
  1. Some are just fragments of letters, though most of the fragments are either signed or dated.


  7  
Gilbert, Marion -- June 6, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paris Dear Mrs Hunt I shall be in/England
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Golding, Louis, 1895-1958. -- Feb. 9, 1924
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Naples My dear Violet Do please forgive the blighter
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Goldring, Douglas, 1887- -- Sept. 24, 1931
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12 Brunswick Sq., W.C.1 Dear Violet It was so nice of you/to turn up yesterday.
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
[Hall, Radclyffe] -- [Jan. 25, 1907]
  1. AL [postcard] S [init.] to Violet Hunt
  2. Brussels Just a line to let/you know
  3. 1 l.
  4. Signed "M." Radclyffe Hall's first name was Marguerite.


  7  
Hall, Roger -- Sept. 14, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. The Uplands, London, S.E.19 Lady. I have read many of your works
  3. 3 ll.


  7  
Hall, Roger -- Sept. 23, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. The Uplands, London, S.E.19 So my letter stirred the/dregs of memory
  3. 13 ll.


  7  
Head, Henry -- Nov. 7, 1922
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. 4, Montagu Sq., Hyde Park Dear Mrs Hueffer, I am afraid it would be quite impossible
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Howell material.


  7  
Heald, Edith S. -- [Sept. 10, 1926]
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [Venice] I did get a few baths/after all
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Heeley, Sibyl -- Oct. 3 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Torquay My dear Violet It was good to get your letter
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Heeley, Sibyl -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Torquay ...of animals./Ive re-read Their Lives
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Heron-Allen, Edward, 1861-1943. -- Dec. 16, 1914
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 33, Hamilton Terrace, N.W. My dear Violet For the last fortnight I have been/the target
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Heron-Allen, Edward, 1861-1943. -- Feb. 26, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 33, Hamilton Terrace, N.W. My dear Violet No. I'm not bringing it,/but I guess it's at the London Library
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Heron-Allen, Edward, 1861-1943. -- July 13, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Large Acres, Sussex My dear Violet I am amazed to hear that/anyone is writing a Biography of that wretched creature
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Monday evening [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Morfa, Nevin, North Wales My dear Violet I was glad to get your/pleasant
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- 17 Saturday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Cornwall My dear Violet I have been/going to write
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With sketch by Hook on inside pages.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Aug. 19, 1880
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Penzance [Cornwall] My dear Violet Day after day I/have intended
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Dec. 9, 1880
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt, Farnham My dear Bookbind??? Thank you for the capital/sketchbook
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Oct. 27, 1881
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt [Farnham] My dear Violet Nothing would/have pleased me more
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Jan. 5, 1882
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt, Farnham My dear Violet Will you thank your/mother
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Aug. 28 [1882]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. W. Penzance, Cornwall My dear Violet You see that we/have flitted from Mullion
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Jan. 29, 1883
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt, Farnham My dear Violet You will receive/by the P. Dj. Co. a small box
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- [Jan. 29, 1884]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt, Farnham My dear Violet Thank you for your/nice little letter.
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Aug. 28, 1884
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Cornwall My dear Violet Here is our door, our/dinner
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With sketches by Hook on front and inside pages.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Dec. 24, 1886
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt [Farnham] My dear Violet I began to day/'rubbing in"
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Hook, James Clarke, 1819-1907. -- Apr. 9 [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Churt, Farnham My dear Violet Ask Mother/if she would like me to come
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  7  
Houghton Mifflin Company -- Apr. 10, 1931
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I am exceedingly sorry to have missed your call
  3. 1 l.
  4. Letter written and signed by Ferris Greenslet.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dear Vi - Many loving thanks/for yr letter
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. St. Maxime Dearest Violet I am so sorry/how I wish
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy, Lady Byron -- Sunday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Vi - Why on earth should/you give anything to/ F's wife!
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy, Lady Byron -- Friday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dear Violet I am so absolutely done/I cannot get away
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Saturday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Dear Vi I've just wired you/telling you I shall
  3. 4 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- [n.d.]
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. St. Maxime Dear Violet, A letter has been forwarded to me here
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Feb. 12, 1925
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. St. Maxime My dear Violet I wrote you a few words yesterday
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Sept. 19, 1925
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalwhinnie, N.B. Dearest Violet, I have arranged with Mrs. Constantine
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Oct. 23, 1925
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalwhinnie, N.B. My dear Violet, I think I ought to let you know
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Nov. 12, 1934
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Hampstead Heath Dear V. The reason I have not sent you
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Aug. 7, 1936
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Hampstead Heath Dear Violet, I received your letter, but I did not mean you/to write
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Houston, Lucy (Lady Byron) -- Aug. 2, 1926
  1. L [telegram] to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Not well enough to go Sandgate
  3. 2 ll. + envelope.


  7  
Irwin, Margaret -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] With good wishes from us both.
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Jackson, Eleanor -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [card] S [init.] to [Violet Hunt?]
  2. 120, Adelaide Road, London, N.W.3 Thanks for letting me see it.
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Jackson, Eleanor -- [Sept. 22, 1922]
  1. AL [card] S [init.] to Violet Hunt
  2. 120, Adelaide Road, London, N.W.3 No: I don't want that card sending/or quoting
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Jacomb Hood, G. P. (George Percy), 1857-1929. -- Dec. 11 [n.y.]
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. 26, Tite St., Chelsea, S.W. Dear Miss Hunt I have forgotten
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Jelliffe, Smith Ely, 1866-1945. -- June 11, 1935
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York My dear Miss Hunt: It was very kind of you to write me
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Kirkaldy, Peggy -- [July?] 8 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Colchester My dear Violet - This is a brief note
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Kirkaldy, Peggy -- [Oct. 30] [n.y.]
  1. AL [postcard] S [init.] to Violet Hunt
  2. Tanger We came over here for the/weekend
  3. 1 l.
  4. Signed "P.K."


  7  
Laver, James, 1899- -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [card] S to [Violet Hunt?]
  2. [n.p.] With every good wish for/Xmas
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Laver, James, 1899- (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. Signed "Veronica and James Laver".


  7  
Life and Letters -- Apr. 10, 1924
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London My dear Mrs. Hueffer, Thanks for your note. The mistake was/mine.
  3. 1 l.
  4. Signed T. Earle Welby.


  7  
Low, Sidney, Sir, 1857-1932. -- Dec. 27 [1929]
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. 45, Campden Hill Court, W.8 My Dear Violet, I was at Oxford a long time/ago


  7  
Low, Sidney, Sir, 1857-1932. -- Nov. 29, 1921
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 24 Marlborough Hill, N.W.8 My dear Violet, I am very much/touched by your let-/ter
  3. 2 ll.


  7  
Lowndes, Belloc, 1868-1947. -- Aug. 7 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 9, Barton St., Westminster, S.W. Dearest Violet I will willingly, after 20th -
  3. 1 l.


  7  
Lynd, Robert, 1879-1949. -- Sept. 9, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 5, Keats Grove, Hampstead, N.W.3 Dear Mrs Hueffer, I hope you
  3. 1 l.


  7  
MacColl, D. S. (Dugald Sutherland), 1859-1948. -- Oct. 11, 1890
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 38 Longridge Road, S.W. Dear Poetess I'm sitting in a disconcerted mind
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written in verse. MacColl had won the Newdigate at Oxford, a poetry competition which Violet's father Alfred Hunt had also won.
  5. MacColl was one of Violet Hunt's suitors.


  7  
MacColl, D. S. (Dugald Sutherland), 1859-1948. -- Oct. 1, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 1 Hampstead Way, North End N.W.II My dear Violet, I have just read your book,
  3. 1 l.


  8  
MacKenzie, Compton, Sir, 1883-1972. -- Dec. 19, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Inverness-shire Dear Violet: I shall be down about/ten days
  3. 1 l.


  8  
MacKenzie, Faith Compton -- [Dec. 19, 1913]
  1. AL [ postcard] S to [Violet Hunt]
  2. Capri Love from us both-/I hope this Xmas
  3. 1 l.
  4. The card is signed "Faith/Pestoyne."


  8  
McQuilland, Louis H. -- Sept. 26, 1923
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. Chelsea Dear Miss Hunt, You did me a favour in proposing
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Macquoid, Percy, d. 1952. -- Nov. 14 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 8, Palace Court, Bayswater, W. Dear Mrs Hueffer I fear I have kept
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Maugham, W. Somerset (William Somerset), 1874-1965. -- Monday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. St. James's St., S.W.1 Violet dear I am off next week & am/booked right up
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Mayne, Ethel Colburn, d. 1941. -- Nov. 22, 1939
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Richmond Dear Violet, I have to-day
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope addressed to Miss Mayne and with note written by Violet Hunt.


  8  
Mayne, Ethel Colburn, d. 1941. -- May 31, 1940
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Twickenham Dear Violet, I am sorry to have been so cross
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  8  
Melchett, Violet Mond -- Jan. 14, 1931
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 35, Lowndes Sq., S.W.1 My dear Violet, Thank you for/writing to all


  8  
Melchett, Violet Mond (continued) -- Jan. 14, 1931
  1. 1 l. + 1
  2. With envelope.


  8  
Mond, Angela -- Oct. 6, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Lausanne My dear Violet, You have written/a splendid book!
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Morales, Pedro G. -- [May 7, 1921]
  1. AL [ postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Spain Many thanks for/your charming invita/tion
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Moulton, Louise Chandler, 1835-1908. -- Dec. 14 [1894]
  1. AL [ postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Boston Dearest Violet -- I am sending/you herewith a/ photograph [not included]
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Notting Hill High School -- Oct. 17, 1922
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Holland Park, W.11 Dear Madam, I enclose the details
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. Written by M. M. Berryman. With typed sheet giving dates of attendance for the Hunt girls and Agnes Lane Fox.


  8  
Observer (London, England) -- Mar. 4, 1926
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [London] Dear Violet Hunt, I want to tell yout that/my wife and I
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by J. L. Garvin.


  8  
Observer (London, England) -- Mar. 9, 1926
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. London My dear Mrs. Hueffer, I am relieved by your letter
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by J. L. Garvin.


  8  
O'Riordan, Conal, 1874-1948. -- Sept. 14, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 106, Meadvale Rd., W.5 Dear Violet, This is further to say that I/really think


  8  
O'Riordan, Conal, 1874-1948. (continued) -- Sept. 14, 1932
  1. 1 l.


  8  
O'Riordan, Conal, 1874-1948. -- Sept. 23, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 106, Meadvale Rd., W.5 Dear Violet, It gave me real pleasure just now to read Rebecca's
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Partridge, Sir Bernard, b. 1861. -- [July 1924?]
  1. AL [ card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Chelsea Dear Miss Hunt: Thank you for your/note,
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- June 4, 1925
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Brooklyn Dear Violet, I have not heard from you/for such an age
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- July 4, 1925
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Brooklyn Dear Violet, The boats in the Harbour
  3. 3 ll.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- May 16, 1926
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Brooklyn Dear Violet, You are right - it is a wrench-
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- Mar. 13, 1927
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, I am glad it was all right/my sending you
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- Jan. 22, 1927
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, Here is another review, from/Books
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- Dec. 15, 1928
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, If I have not heard from you/for a long time
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- Mar. 31, 1929
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, I am indignant with myself/for
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- June 11, 1929
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, I am delighted to be of some use/to you.
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- Sept. 15, 1929
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, I hope you are a lot better/than
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936. -- June 15, 1930
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Violet, A pleasure indeed to see/your writing again.
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Potter, Ada -- Apr. 9, 1937
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. Chelsea My dear Violet, Thank you for your letter which
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Richard R. Smith, Publishers (New York) -- Dec. 26, 1930
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. New York Dear Miss Hueffer: THE BIOGRAPHY OF MRS. ROSSETTI which you intended
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by J. E. Van Toor.


  8  
Richardson, Dorothy, b. 1882. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 32 Queen's Terrace, N.W.8 Dear Violet: Just a line to confirm
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robins, Elizabeth, 1862-1952. -- Aug. 24, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 24, Montpelier Crescent, Brighton My dear Violet Hunt: Your letter stirs/many memories


  8  
Robins, Elizabeth, 1862-1952. (continued) -- Aug. 24, 1932
  1. 2 ll.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- [Dec.?] [n.y.]
  1. AL [ postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [Chicago?] This is it I'm afraid/a Xmas card
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- [Dec.?] [n.y.]
  1. AL [ card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [Dalkey] Love and a happy Christmas
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- [Dec.?] [n.y.]
  1. AL [ card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [Dalkey] Love to you and a happy
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- [Dec.?] [n.y.]
  1. AL [ card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [Dalkey] Lots of love and a happy Christmas
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958 -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin Dear Violet, I am so ashamed of myself,
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Sunday, 18th [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin My dear Violet - I thought you were never going to/write again.
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Monday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin Dear Violet, I have two letters of yours
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Wednesday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin My dear Violet, Yes, I have been very busy
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Saturday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin Dear Violet Just a line to say I've been/dying


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. (continued) -- Saturday [n.d.]
  1. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Saturday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin My dear Violet, I answered you the same day, though not,
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Apr. 12 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Granada My dear Violet, Thanks for your letter. I'd love to/stay
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- May 12 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin Dear Violet, I meant to write ages ago but
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- June 23 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin My dear Violet, After all, I can't manage to come
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- Dec. 18 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dalkey, County Dublin My dear Violet, This goes to you partly because it's/Christmas
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- June 10, 1927
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Violet, I am an unmitigated/mute heart
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958. -- [Dec. 22, 1930]
  1. AL [ postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [Baile Atha Cliath] This is, if you'll/allow
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Royal College of Art (Great Britain) -- Nov. 16, 1929
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. London My dear friend - inform you I wd/if I cd;
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by William Rothenstein.


  8  
Roughead, William, 1870-1952. -- Mar. 26, 1926
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Edinburgh Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I have before me as I write
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- Aug. 26, 1873
  1. TL [ copy] to Violet Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Violet I am obliged to be at Coniston
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 4, 1879
  1. TL [ copy] to Violet Hunt
  2. Brantwood, Coniston, Lancashire My dear Violet I am very glad of your loving little letter
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 12, 1883
  1. TL [ copy] to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Darling Violet I am coming this afternoon
  3. 1 l.


  8  
S., George -- May 31, 1893
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Artillery Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W. 1 My dear Violet--Please note change of/address & tele:
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Sandy -- [Dec. 12 & 14, 1928]
  1. Two postcards to Violet Hunt
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Both cards were posted in Edinburgh, and one gives his address as 9 Whitehouse Terrace, Edinburgh.


  8  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Mar. 8, 1889
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Violet Hunt. How good of you to write/me 2 ll. + 1
  3. With envelope.


  8  
Selfridge & Co. (London) -- Jan. 27, 1922
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Madam, We have pleasure in giving you


  8  
Selfridge & Co. (London) (continued) -- Jan. 27, 1922
  1. 1 l.
  2. Written and signed by C.E.L. Chapman.


  8  
Selfridge & Co. (London) -- Aug. 1, 1923
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Madam, We have made extensive inquiries but
  3. 1 l.
  4. With notes by Violet Hunt on verso.
  5. Written and signed by C.E.L. Chapman.


  8  
Selfridge & Co. (London) -- Nov. 8, 1923
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Madam, We have pleasure in sending you
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by C.E.L. Chapman.


  8  
Selfridge & Co. (London) -- Nov. 17, 1923
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Madam, We have made a further search
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by C.E.L. Chapman.


  8  
Selfridge & Co. (London) -- Mar. 12, 1924
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. London Dear Madam, We now have pleasure in/sending you
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by C.E.L. Chapman.


  8  
Shakespeare Memorial Theatre -- Feb. 14, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Stratford-upon-Avon Dear Miss Hunt, I cannot hope you will remember me, but
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by Alfred Wareing.


  8  
Sinclair, May -- Mar. 24, 1908
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 4, Edwardes Sq. Studios, Kensington, W. My dear Miss Hunt I waited till I had/finished
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Smyth, Ethel, 1858-1944. -- Jan. 23, 1934
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt


  8  
Smyth, Ethel, 1858-1944. (continued) -- Jan. 23, 1934
  1. Coign, Woking Dear Mrs Hunt. No indeed! I have/seldom forgotten anything
  2. 2 ll.


  8  
Soskice, Juliet Hueffer -- June 22 [1927]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 13A, Elsham Road, Kensington, W. Dear Violet I will send you the/chair
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Soskice, Juliet Hueffer -- June 24 [1927]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 13A, Elsham Road, Kensington, W. Dear Violet Thank you for your/letter.
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Soskice, Juliet Hueffer -- June 30 [1927]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 13A, Elsham Road, Kensington, W. Dear Violet With regard to your letter/regarding
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Spielmann, M. H. (Marion Harry), 1858-1948. -- Dec. 31, 1923
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. Uplands, Folkestone Dear Mrs. Hueffer, I was glad to receive your portrait
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands My ear Violet Hunt - I'm back to earth
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Saturday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands My dear Violet Hunt - What a lovely letter. I didn't dare
  3. 3 ll.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands My dear Violet Hunt - Bless you for your/little note!
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt


  8  
Steen, Marguerite (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Violet Hunt - Oh dear. I suppose this/means you won't.
  2. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Saturday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Violet Hunt Are you thinking I'm a thankless modern,
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Jan. 9 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Miss Violet Hunt, Forgive the typewriter - it is all
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Mar. 21 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands -- But, dear, dear Violet Hunt, I think more of/your criticism
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- July 10 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands My dear Violet Hunt - Do you think I have/forgotten you
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- July 24 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands My dear - Thank you so much for both your letters:
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Jan. 6, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I am returning, with many thanks, the/book
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Jan. 12, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Miss Violet Hunt, This is just to tell you - in case you should
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Feb. 4, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I wanted to write to you immediately to/say
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Feb. 13, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Paddocks, Grange-over-Sands Dear Miss Violet Hunt, I am sending you a copy of Stallion
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Steen, Marguerite -- Mar. 23, 1934
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Halassan, Maru My dear Violet Hunt - No - I'm NOT like that.
  3. 2 ll. + 3
  4. With newspaper photo [two photcopies] of Marguerite Steen.


  8  
Stirling, Wilhelmina -- May 25 [n.y.]
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. 30, Launceston Place, Palace Gate, W.8 Dear Mrs Hueffer, My Richmond book is just in the Press
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Street, Alice -- Mar. 17 [1924]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet I am so sorry I/cannot help you
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- Mar. 25, 1924
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet I return these interesting/letters
  3. 1 l. + 1


  8  
Street, Alice (continued) -- Mar. 25, 1924
  1. With envelope.
  2. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- Apr. 9, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet I am very sorry/but I fear I cannot
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- Apr. 30, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet, I hope these extracts will/be of use to you.
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- May 1 [1923]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet I sent off my packet to/you
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- May 4, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet, I enclose the three/other references to Howell
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- May 9, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet Thanks for your letter./My trouble is that
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Street, Alice -- May 12, 1923
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 12, Somerset Place, Bath Dear Violet Your letter of explanation/about Howell interested me
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Sept. 20, 1887-August 8, 1888]
  1. 56 letters and fragments of letters to Violet Hunt.
  2. 157 ll. + 24 envelopes
  3. With envelope dated July 6, 1889.
  4. With cigarette box with note.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Friday
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. Well darling I had not time/to write to you last night
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. ...it. I was so miserable I felt/as if I could not tear
  3. 1 l. (signed)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. ...Oh good Lord! Esther brought/Mary in here this morning
  3. 1 l. (signed)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Thursday/Friday
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. Well, darling I didn't ride/to Helmsby after all
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. ...in & he has begun talking
  3. 2 ll. (signed)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. ...I was never so really/happy before! wouldn't/you have
  3. 2 ll. (signed)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. ...day would come, dont you dear? I shall count
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. Undated fragment to Violet Hunt
  2. opened cigarette box:


  8  
Strickland, Eustace (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. from A boy at Eton "Euty"


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt.
  2. Dearest Violet It was so sweet of you my pet/coming down
  3. 4 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Tuesday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I was awfully sorry/to leave you
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Tuesday night [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I don't know what/to think of myself!!
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear Violet I have been ordered off home./Thanks very
  3. 1 l.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling. I believe I shall be able to/come to a ball
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Sept. 20, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I felt so miserable at/having to leave
  3. 3 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Sept. 28, 1887?]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. Many happy returns of the/day, my own pet
  3. 6 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Sept. 29, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. Please forgive me for/writing so soon again,
  3. 6 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Sept. 30, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Oh my darling. How sweet of you/how very sweet of you
  3. 4 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 3, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. How are you getting on/darling? Very well
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 7, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet (my own Violet?) What a sweet long letter that
  3. 4 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 11, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling Violet Oh! Violet, why darling do/you think I don't care
  3. 4 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 13 [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I am going on where I left/off this evening,
  3. 6 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Oct. 19, 1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest, dearest Violet. I felt so miserable when you/had to go
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 22, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. You old darling what a sweet/letter you wrote me
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Oct. 25, 1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling old Violet. Thank you so much for sending/me the two
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 28, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling old Violet. I was awfully disappointed at/not getting
  3. 2 ll. (fragment) + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Oct. 30, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling Violet. What a funny letter you wrote/me, two sheets
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Oct. 30, 1887?]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest dearest Vi (do you like that better than/Violet?) You
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Nov. 5, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. You dear old pet! how sweet the/drawings & hair
  3. 2 ll. (fragment)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Nov. 9, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling old Violet. You could not have rebuked me more/strongly
  3. 8 ll. (with sketch)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Nov. 12, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. Thank you so much for your sweet letter which
  3. 2 ll. (with sketch) + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Nov. 16, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling Violet. You are utterly out of it about the sketch./I
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Nov. 21, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling Violet. What a sweet letter you wrote me/today, I think
  3. 4 ll. (with sketch)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Nov. 24, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Vi I am just writing to tell you/that although
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Dec. 3, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest. What conclusions have I jumped to? tell/me & I will
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Dec. 10, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. My God. I don't know what/to think of myself
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Dec. 13, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet Curse it! I dare hardly write for/fear
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Dec. 14, 1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. On Violet darling you have/made me so happy.
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Dec. 20, 1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Vio. I felt so miserable/at having to leave you
  3. 3 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Dec. 21, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Little Darling. How are you & did you get on all night/after
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Dec. 25, [1887]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest little Violet Thank you very much for the/X mas card but
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Jan. 5, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling Thank you so much/for your letter,
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Jan. 21, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. You are an old darling for/forgiving me
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Jan. 24, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet Thanks awfully for your/sweet letter.
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Jan. 26, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet Thanks awfully for your/little note,
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Jan. 30, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Darling old pet. I am awfully sorry to hear that/you have
  3. 6 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Feb. 5, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. Thanks awfully for your/letter, I thought
  3. 4 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Feb. 13, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I am awfully sorry/that I have left you
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Feb. 21, 1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Feb. 23, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I dont know how/to thank you enough
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Mar. 1, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I hope you didn't get into/much of a row
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Mar. 9, 1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest V. I am staying out with/a ghastly headache.
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Mar. 11, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear V. Thanks awfully for paper. I feel better
  3. 1 l. (postcard)


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Mar. 16, 1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Apr. 6, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear Violet. I have been meaning to/write to you for such
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- Apr. 8, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear Violet You simply heap coals of fire on/my head.
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- May 16, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear Violet. I am sorry you should/have had to wait
  3. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- May 27, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear Violet. I am very very sorry/my last letter pained you.
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- June 6, [1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dear Violet What an awful disappointment/I've had.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace (continued) -- June 6, [1888]
  1. 2 ll.


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [Aug. 8, 1888]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dearest Violet. I suppose you/think I have been a long
  3. 2 ll. + envelope


  8  
Strickland, Eustace -- [July 6, 1889]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. envelope


  8  
Thirkell, Angela Mackail, 1890-1961. -- Sept. 21, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 6 Pembroke Gardens, W.8 Dear Violet - Thank you very much/for your letter
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Toynbee, W. -- Dec. 28, 1923
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Bromley, Kent Dear Mrs Hueffer, Many thanks for your "token,"
  3. 1 l.
  4. Howell material.


  9  
Troubridge, Una Vincenzo, Lady, 1887-1963. -- June 2, 1927
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 37, Holland Street, Kensington, W.8 Dear Violet. just a line/for John as she is tired
  3. 2 l.
  4. With map drawn by Violet Hunt on inside pages.


  9  
Troubridge, Una Vincenzo, Lady, 1887-1963. -- Apr. 4, 1929
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Marseille am having a lovely/lazy summer time here.
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Turner, Juliette E. M. -- Oct. 16, 1911
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. 16, Chelsea Embarkment, S.W. So many thanks for very interesting
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Urstins, E. H. -- Feb. 28, 1905
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Dunsfold House, Godalming Dear Violet, I have received your/letter of the 24th


  9  
Urstins, E. H. (continued) -- Feb. 28, 1905
  1. 2 ll.


  9  
Valerie -- Nov. 27 [n.y.]
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Brazil All good/wishes for Xmas
  3. 1 l.
  4. Signed "Jack & Valerie."


  9  
Valerie -- May 17, 1923
  1. AL [postcard] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Tunis I am finding/ this country/most interesting.
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Wahl, Arthur -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 1 Holly Place Dear Violet So Disappointed/that I couldnt make
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Watts-Dunton, Theodore, 1832-1914. -- Apr. 25, 1901
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 2, The Pines, Putney Hill, S.W. Dear Miss Hunt, It would give me/the greatest pleasure
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Waugh, Alec, 1898- -- Sept. 4, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Chagford, Devon Dear Violet - I was very touched at your writing/to me
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Waugh, Arthur, 1866-1943. -- Oct. 11, 1933
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 14A, Hampstead Lane, Highgate, N.6 Dear Miss Hunt: So many thanks for your kind/letters,
  3. 1 l. + 1.
  4. With draft of letter by Violet Hunt to Mr. Waugh.


  9  
Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966. -- [Oct. 12, 1932]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Savile Club, 69, Brook Street, W.1 Dear Miss Hunt Many thanks for/your letter & the enclosure
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
Wells, Catherine, 1872-1927. -- Saturday [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Easton Glebe, Dunmow My poor dear Violet I've only been very very/busy.
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Wells, Catherine, 1872-1927. -- Sept. 14 [1921]
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Easton Glebe, Dunmow Dear Violet. I am so sorry your letter/has had to wait.
  3. 1 l.
  4. Jane Wells was H. G. Wells's second wife.


  9  
Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946. -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to [Violet Hunt]
  2. 52, St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W.1 Rebecca is much better./She will be "at home"
  3. 1 l.


  9  
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- -- [Oct. 7, 1918]
  1. AL [card] S [init.] to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] Darling. I love you but I will never NEVER
  3. 1 l.


  9  
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- -- [Feb. 12, 1919]
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. Southcliffe Your letter was forwarded to Weymouth.
  3. 1 l.


  9  
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. Green Lanes, Redruth Dear Violet Alas! A poisoned snatch on my jaw mishandled
  3. 1 l.


  9  
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Violet Hunt
  2. Hunstanton-on-Sea Dear Violet I went down & stayed with Lady Scott at Irving
  3. 1 l.


  9  
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- -- [1916-1917]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 3 Crescent Avenue, Whitby My dear old Violet (You called me "dear old Rebecca
  3. 1 l.


  9  
West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892-
  1. AL [card] S to Violet Hunt
  2. [September 9, 1924] Salzburg A Lovely place - but it rains/and rains
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Williamson, George Charles, 1858-1942. -- Aug. 29, 1923
  1. TLS to Violet Hunt
  2. Hampstead, London Dear Mrs. Hueffer, It seems to me that you are surely right.
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. -- Jan. 1, 1930
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 25, Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.3 My dear Violet, The best of all good/wishes for Health,
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. -- Jan. 20, 1930
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 25, Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.3 My dear Violet, Forgive my delay/in replying
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. -- Jan. 29, 1930
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. [n.p.] My dear Violet, Thanks. I/have written
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. -- May 24, 1932
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 25, Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.3 My dear Violet, Hurrah for the great Moon!
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. -- Feb. 3, 1935
  1. A [aman.] LS to Violet Hunt
  2. 25, Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.3 My dear Violet- I am more sorry than/I can tell you
  3. 2 ll.
  4. In the hand of Lois Wise.


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. -- Feb. 5, 1935
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 25, Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.3 My dear Violet, I have found the ms. You
  3. 2 ll. + 1


  9  
Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. (continued) -- Feb. 5, 1935
  1. The photograph of Swinburne's epitaph for Charles Augustus Howell, enclosed with the letter, is now housed in Box 19, Folder 66.


  9  
Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941. -- Oct. 7 [1932]
  1. ALS to Violet Hunt
  2. 52, Tavistock Square, W.C.1 Dear Miss Hunt, I am ashamed that I/have not written
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  24  
Allingham, Helen -- May 7, 1924; n.d.
  24  
Apperly, Mary -- Feb. 19, 1916
  1. "Elvet Hill" by Mary Apperly, 1913


  24  
Freemantle, W.J. -- May 9, 1923-October 20, 1923
  24  
Graham, R. B. -- Oct. 23, 1912
  24  
Hawkins, Anthony -- Aug. 2, 1894-Dec. 7, 1910
  24  
Hueffer, Ford M. -- [Oct. 1910-Feb. 1911]
  24  
Megroz, R. L. -- Mar. 23, n.y.
  24  
Odgers, Blake -- Nove. 3, 1931
  24  
Rae, Margaret -- Apr. 8, 1923-June 15, 1924
  24  
Waugh, Mrs. Evelyn -- Feb. 27, 1932
  24  
Waugh, Evelyn -- Feb. 29, 1932
  24  
Williamson, Georg -- Jan. 1, 1930
  24  
Willett, B. W. -- Jan. 21, 1932
  24  
Wise, Thomas J. -- Apr. 16, 1930-July 4, 1931
  1. Notes by Violet Hunt


  24  
TS carbons of letters: E. H. Ursinus, unidentified envelope, A. Orr, C. H. Keary, W. & S. Benson, C., H. H. Johnston, Constance, Merle Colby -- 1902
 
4. By Ford Madox Ford [subseries]:
  9  
Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. -- Nov. 21, 1922
  1. ALS [init.] to Violet Hunt
  2. Paris Dear Violet. I was very sorry not to/be able to ring up again
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope, addressed to Mrs. Hueffer. Envelope has Hunt's notation: "Ford's last letter to me. 1922".


 
5. To Ford Madox Ford [subseries]:
  9  
[?] -- [Jan. 12, 1913]
  1. AL [postcard] to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Rome I have caught the/Poet & find him
  3. 1 l.
  4. Possibly referring to Ezra Pound.


  9  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- Apr. 21, 1880
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Manchester My Dear Ford, I hope you are/not cross with me;
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Denom, Hugh -- Oct. 25 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. St. Peter's, Edinburgh Dear Mr Hueffer, Of course I shall be delighted
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Galsworthy, John, 1867-1933. -- Nov. 14, 1909
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 14, Addison Road, W. My dear Hueffer Well, well! I'm loth [sic] to think
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope with note written on it, signed "V H".


  9  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906. -- Dec. 31, 1898
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 27 West Hill, Highgate Dear Ford Re: Duncan I received your long letter
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906. -- Jan. 1, 1899
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 27 West Hill, Highgate Dear Ford Oliver I am sending you a formal letter
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906. -- Jan. 12, 1899
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 27 West Hill, Highgate Dear Ford Duncan The enclosed copy correspondence
  3. 2 ll.
  4. The copy correspondence mentioned in
  5. Granett's letter is filed under Clark and MacDonald.


  9  
Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906. -- Jan. 12, 1899
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Highgate Dear Ford yourself & Oliver When Macdonald and Oliver himself
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Goesen, Maria -- Donnerstag Morgan [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. [n.p.] Lieber Ford Ich bedaure von/Herzen
  3. 1 l.
  4. With envelope with notes written in Violet Hunt's hand.
  5. Maria (Mimi) Goesen was Ford's cousin.


  9  
Goesen, Maria -- Aug. 23, 1910
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Boppard Lieber Ford. Eber bekomme ich Deinen Brief
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Goesen, Maria -- Nov. 16, 1910
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Boppard Lieber Ford. Von meiner sehr schoenen Reise
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
Goesen, Maria -- Aug. 10, 1911
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Boppard Lieber Ford. Ich muss Dich schnell
  3. 4 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
Haymarket Theatre, S.W. (London) -- July 26, 1912
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Haymarket Theatre, S.W. Dear Sir I have just reced with the greatest/delight
  3. 3 ll.
  4. Written and signed by E. Lyall Swete.


  9  
Heron-Allen, Edward, 1861-1943. -- Jan. 2, 1914
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 33, Hamilton Terrace, N.W. Sir Whoever has conveyed to you the/impression
  3. 1 l.


  9  
James, William, 1842-1910. -- Aug. 22, 1906
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. Cambridge, MA My dear Sir, I got yours of the 17th/on my return
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
MacKenzie, Compton, Sir, 1883-1972. -- [Sept. 20] [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 5 John St., Adelphi My dear Ford. Thanks awfully for your proposal which I appreciate
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Patmore, Brigit -- [Apr. 21, 1914]
  1. AL [postcard] S to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 1 l.
  3. With photograph of Brigit Patmore's sons on the front.
  4. With note in Violet Hunt's hand written at top.


  9  
Swete, E. Lyall -- Feb. 6, 1919
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford


  9  
Swete, E. Lyall (continued) -- Feb. 6, 1919
  1. New York Dear Captain Ford Madox Hueffer How nice to write that Captain and to know
  2. 2 ll.


  9  
Synett, Netta -- Nov. 17, 1920
  1. ALS to Ford Madox Ford
  2. 170, Buckingham Palace Roda, S.W. Dear Mr. Hueffer, Thank you for your letter.
  3. 2 ll.


 
6. By and to others (by author, then by date) [subseries]:
  9  
Campbell, James -- Feb. 11, 1858
  1. ALS to William Greenwell
  2. Brunswick Sq., Rinkdale My dear Mr. Greenwell My father has sent you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
Clark & Macdonald -- Jan. 6, 1899
  1. AL [copy] to R.S. Garnett
  2. Edinburgh Dear Sir, Duncan & Hueffer/We are this morning favoured with yours of 4th
  3. 7 ll.
  4. With copies of the following letters: L.W. Laurotte to Claggett Brachi, January 9, 1899; R.W. Noakes to R.S. Garnett, January 8, 1899; Chas. Clayton to Garnett, January 10, 1899; R.S. Garnett to Clark & Macdonald, January 7, 1899; Clark & Macdonald to R.S. Garnett, January 10, 1899; R.S. Garnett to Clark & Macdonald, January 10, 1899.
  5. Concerned with the affairs of Oliver Hueffer, Ford Madox Ford's brother.


  9  
City Coroner's Office (London) -- July 15, 1930
  1. TL [copy] to Mrs. Shilton
  2. London Dear Madam, I regret that pressure of work
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by F. J. Waldo.


  9  
City Coroner's Office (London) (continued) -- July 15, 1930
  1. Concerns death of Mrs. Rossetti and a request by Hunt.


  9  
Coghill, H. A. -- Sept. 4, 1926
  1. ALS to Miss Dodd
  2. Castletownshead Dear Miss Dodd It was very kind of you/to write
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. The photograph of Mr. & Mrs. A. C. Coghill which was enclosed with this letter is now housed in Box 19, Folder 35.
  5. With newspaper photograph of Mr. & Mrs. Nevill Coghill.


  9  
Coghill, Nevill, 1899- -- [1917-1918]
  1. ALS to Miss Dodd
  2. Athlone, Ireland Dear Miss Dodd Mother sent your letter/on
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Deverell, Wykeham -- Feb. 18, 1906
  1. AL [copy] S to Frederic George Stephenus
  2. City Liberal Club, Walbrook, E.C. Dear Stephenus I was glad to see in/the Times
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. Wykeham Deverell was Walter Howell Deverell's brother.


  9  
Divckbank, William -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to [?]
  2. [n.p.] ...left quarter...both appear
  3. 1 l.
  4. With fragment of a drawing on the verso.


  9  
Eastlake, Charles Lock, Sir, 1793-1865. -- Dec. 16, 1854
  1. ALS to Alfred Edward Chalon
  2. 7 Fitzroy Sq. My dear Sir Your academic friends/have all
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Fogg-Elliot, Amerye Margaret -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Rosamund Fogg-Elliot Wilkinson
  2. Elvet Hill, Durham My dear Rosamond Where is Mammy/Baby is a bad
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. -- June 26 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Dora Greenwell


  9  
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865 (continued) -- June 26 [n.y.]
  1. Plymouth Grove My dear Miss Greenwell I am afraid I/am not a very good person
  2. 3 ll.


  9  
Grant, Francis, Sir, 1803-1878. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to [?]
  2. [n.p.] ...my picture of the Duke/very
  3. 1 l.
  4. With sketch by Grant in the letter and response by [?] written at the end of the letter.


  9  
Grant, Francis, Sir, 1803-1878. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to [?]
  2. [n.p.] ...my visit wont be half so/jolly
  3. 1 l.
  4. With sketch by Grant in the letter.


  9  
Hale, William Hale, 1795-1870. -- Apr. 1850
  1. AL [copy] to Mr. Brockedon
  2. Charterhouse Dear - (Mr Brockedon) You lately urged me to reduce into order
  3. 10 ll.
  4. With copy of paper enclosed in the letter.


  9  
Hamilton, John D. -- Apr. 18, 1926
  1. TL [copy] to Stewart Marsh Ellis
  2. Glasgow Dear Sir The anecdote of Lord Westbury and Tessy
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With another letter from Hamilton to Ellis, dated April 24, 1926. Stewart Marsh Ellis was the author of Mainly Victorian (London, 1925), mentioned in the letters.


  9  
La Fevriere, Maude -- Nov. 11 [1925]
  1. ALS to Miss Dodd
  2. Walford, Ross on Wye Dear Miss Dodd Your kind &/sympathetic letter has
  3. 2 ll. + 2.
  4. With envelope.
  5. The photograph of unidentified woman which was enclosed with the letter is now housed in Box 19, Folder 10.


  9  
[M.] -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Howard
  2. [n.p.] Dearest H. Many thanks, so glad you're resting.
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Marzials, Theophilus, 1850-1920 -- 1879-1883, [n.d.]
  1. Typed copies of letters and fragments of letters to [Cyril Davenport?]
  2. 15 ll. + 1
  3. With folder which originally housed these typescripts and other material Violet Hunt was collecting.


  9  
Morris, William, 1834-1896. -- Jan. 10, 1883
  1. ALS to ?
  2. Kelmscott House, Hammersmith Dear Sir I should think that/our carpet room
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Mueller, Sophus -- Nov. 30, 1871
  1. ALS to William Greenwell
  2. Dublin Dear Sir You ask me, if I know anything
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
Pollock, Walter Herries, 1850-1926. -- Apr. 6, 1894
  1. ALS to [M?] Coutts
  2. South Lodge Dear [M?] Coutts I am so glad you/liked the article.
  3. 2 ll. + 2
  4. With brief biography of Pollock.


  9  
[Ponsonby?], Henry -- Apr. 5, 1887
  1. ALS to W.G. Cusins
  2. Cannes Dear Sir The Queen will/be happy to accept
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Concerns the dedication of Francis Hueffer's work on "The Half Century of Music in England."


  9  
Rimmer, Thomas -- Oct. 30, 1859
  1. ALS to William [Rimmer?]
  2. Montreal My dear Will It is a long time since anything
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Ronge, Johannes -- June 27, 1857
  1. ALS to Latitia Scott
  2. Birmingham Dear friend, Since I have not written to you it is a long time past.
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  9  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- May 30, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Waterhead My dear Fleming I, know you would do all you could for me
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. With another typed copy containing notes by Violet Hunt and a handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  9  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 4, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Kate Raven's Dear Fleming It is entirely wonderful and dreadful
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 6, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Kate Raven's Dearest Albert, I have had as much comfort from your letter
  3. 1 l.


  9  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 20, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dearest Albert, I send you the first notes for preface and title page
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. With handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


  9  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [copy] to Miss Folly
  2. [n.p.] My dear Madam I am obliged to you for your
  3. 1 l.
  4. In Margaret Hunt's hand.


  9  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- June 15, 1865
  1. ALS to Horace Harrall
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Harrall I told the clerk/at the Newcastle Chronicle
  3. 2 ll. + 1


  9  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. (continued) -- June 15, 1865
  1. With envelope.


  9  
Simpson, W. Sparrow (William Sparrow), 1828-1897. -- Nov. 28, 1889
  1. ALS to George J. Murray
  2. 9, Amen Court, E.C. Dear Sir I will bear in mind
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Simpson, W. Sparrow (William Sparrow), 1828-1897. -- Nov. 30, 1889
  1. ALS to George J. Murray
  2. 9, Amen Court, E.C. My dear Sir Here are the Gazettes.
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Smith, Sydney -- Oct. 26, 1843
  1. ALS to ?
  2. 56 Greer St. My dear Sir I am very glad you approve
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
South London Fine Art Gallery, Reading Room and Lecture Hall -- Aug. 2, 1899
  1. ALS to Frederic Shields
  2. South London Dear Sir Thank you for your letter. I hope
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by W[illiam] Rossiter.


  9  
Stephens, Frederick George, 1828-1907. -- Feb. 17, 1906
  1. L [Printed] S to [Walter Howell] Deverell
  2. 9, Hammersmith Terrace, W. Dear Deverell In his recently published autobiography Mr. Holman Hunt
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Swinburne, Edward -- May 31, 1889
  1. ALS to Theodore Watts
  2. 20 Ennismore Gardens Dear Watts, My Mother has shown me the letter from/Longbourne
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
W., R. -- Apr. 2, 1925
  1. ALS [init.] to Annie Child
  2. 3 Elm Ct. Dear Child, I shall come along
  3. 2 ll. + 1


  9  
W., R. (continued) -- Apr. 2, 1925
  1. With note on verso by Violet Hunt and with another leaf with note in an unidentified hand.
  2. Annie Child was Violet Hunt's maid.


  9  
Wilkinson, Rosamund Fogg-Elliot -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Amerye Fogg-Elliot
  2. Ilkley, Yorkshire My dearest Amerye. That is the nicest/letter
  3. 2 ll.


  9  
Wilkinson, Rosamund Fogg-Elliot -- Oct. 26, 1903
  1. ALS to Amerye Fogg-Elliot
  2. Ilkley, Yorkshire My dearest Amerye, I did/enjoy my walk with Aunt Violet
  3. 2 ll.


 
7. Violet Hunt's Estate [subseries]:
  10  
Allen, C. H. G. -- Sept. 11, 1948
  1. ALS to Gerald Henderson
  2. St. Albans, Herts. Dear Sir I am writing to you as I/understand you
  3. 1 l. + 3
  4. With envelope.
  5. With TM [ draft] of Henderson's response, dated September 27, 1948, and AMS [ init.] of Henderson's response, dated September 28, 1948.
  6. Concerns the use of Violet's Howell material.


  10  
Atlantic Monthly Press -- Mar. 2, 1944
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Boston My dear Mr. Hudson: We understand that you
  3. 1 l. + envelope
  4. Signed by Stanley Salmen.
  5. With envelope.


  10  
Cecil Houses -- May 1939
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. London Dear Mr. Henderson, Proposed Memorial to Lady Ottline Morrell


  10  
Cecil Houses (continued) -- May 1939
  1. 2 ll. + 1
  2. Signed by Lady Laura Lovet and Mrs. Cecil Chesterton.
  3. With a printed sheet about Cecil Houses.


  10  
Cochrane, Irene -- Sept. 15, 1948
  1. ALS to Mabel Cole
  2. 10, Pembridge Place, W.2. My dear Cole, It must be at least 24 years since I met/"Beatrice Ellen" Allen
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.
  5. Signed "Cockie."


  10  
Dahl, Curtis -- Oct. 24, 1947
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Knoxville, Tennessee Dear Sir: Through the kindness of Constable/and Company
  3. 1 l.
  4. Concerns the use of Violet's Howell material.


  10  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. -- Mar. 27, 1946
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Strand, London Dear Mr. Henderson, I am anxious to include at any rate one novel by Violet
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. Signed by Graham Greene.
  5. With envelope and advertisement for The Century Library.


  10  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. -- Apr. 17, 1946
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Strand, London Dear Mr. Henderson, Many thanks for your letter.
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. Signed by Graham Greene.
  5. With envelope.


  10  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. -- Apr. 24, 1946
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Strand, London Dear Mr. Henderson, I enclose our contracts for "WHITE ROSE OF WEARY/LEAF".
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  10  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. (continued) -- Apr. 24, 1946
  1. One copy of the contracts mentioned in this letter is housed with the letter from May 9, 1946.


  10  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. -- May 9, 1946
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Strand, London Dear Mr. Henderson, We have altered the contract
  3. 1 l. + 3
  4. With envelope.
  5. With contract for republication of White Rose of Weary Leaf, dated April 23, 1946.


  10  
Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. -- [June 7, 1946]
  1. AN [ printed] [re royalty advance]
  2. London With the Compliments to Eyre & Spottiswoode
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  10  
Farrar Porter & Co. (Solicitors) -- Oct. 23, 1942-January 23, 1948
  1. 13 TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. 20 ll.
  3. With two envelopes, one account statement, and typed copies of five letters between Farrar Porter and Richardson Sadler.


  10  
Farrar Porter & Co. (Solicitors) -- Apr. 5, 1944-June 19, 1952
  1. 3 TLS to Mabel Henderson
  2. 3 ll. + 2
  3. With Violet Hunt, TD, [account of surplus income], 1949-1952.


  10  
Fleet Publishing Company (New York) -- May 8 and 25, 1961
  1. 2 TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. 2 ll. + 1
  3. Signed by Marcia Prince, Assistant Editor.
  4. With Gerald Henderson's response written on the front of the letter of May 8.
  5. With one envelope.


  10  
Goldring, Douglas, 1887- -- Sept. 22, 1942
  1. TL to Gerald Henderson
  2. Kingsley, Bordon, Hants Dear Mr. Henderson, My book, "South Lodge" is now nearing
  3. 1 l.


  10  
Goldring, Douglas, 1887- -- Jan. 22, 1943
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Kingsley, Bordon, Hants Dear Mr. Henderson, As I have not had a reply
  3. 1 l.
  4. With a draft of Henderson's response, dated January 27, 1943, written on the letter in pencil.


  10  
Grant, W. -- Aug. 10 and 30, 1944
  1. 2 ALS to Gerald Henderson
  2. 2 ll. + 2
  3. With both envelopes.
  4. Concerns the use of Violet Hunt's Howell material.


  10  
Henderson, Gerald William, 1889-1962. -- [Jan. 28, 1942]
  1. TL [ copy] to Richardson Sadler & Co.
  2. London Dear Sirs, Miss Isabel Violet Hunt dec'd.
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope addressed to Henderson from Richardson Sadler & Co. and postmarked January 26, 1942.


  10  
Nehls, Edward -- Oct. 21 and December 30, 1955
  1. 2 TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. 2 ll. + 7
  3. With enclosed permission form and draft of Henderson's response to the letter of October 21.
  4. With two TLS from Arthur Pell of Liveright Publishing Corp. to Gerald Henderson, dated January 9 and July 10, 1956.
  5. With three envelopes.


  10  
The Worthing Art Development Scheme -- Feb. 1-22, 1945
  1. 4 TLS to Douglas Goldring
  2. 4 ll. + 3
  3. Signed by W. Hy. Odell.
  4. With a note from Goldring to Gerald Henderson on the bottom of the letter of February 1 and with a draft of Henderson's response to the letter dated February 6, 1945.
  5. With two envelopes.


  10  
Partington, Wilfred -- Oct. 24, 1947
  1. ALS to Gerald Henderson
  2. Wimbledon Dear Sir, I hope you will excuse the intrusion/of this letter
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  10  
Richardson Sadler & Co. (solicitors) -- Oct. 26, 1943 and March 30, 1944
  1. 2 TL [ copy] to Farrar Porter & Co.
  2. 2 ll.


  10  
Richardson Sadler & Co. (solicitors) -- Jan. 29 and February 4, 1942
  1. 2 TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. 2 ll. + 2
  3. With two envelopes.


  10  
Rupert Hart-Davis Limited -- Apr. 14, 1958
  1. TLS to Gerald Henderson
  2. London Dear Mr Henderson, Somebody told me that you have control
  3. 1 l. + 1
  4. With envelope.


  10  
Henderson, Gerald William, 1889-1962. -- Apr. 8, 1949
  1. D [Passport]
  2. British passport.


  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- July 23, 1947-October 8, 1948
  1. TD [estate account]
  2. 1 l.


  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Sept. 11, 1944
  1. TD [estate agreement]
  2. 3 ll.


  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Feb. 29-November 22, 1944
  1. TD [ copy] [estate capital and income accounts]
  2. 3 ll. + 1
  3. With envelope addressed to Gerald Henderson.


  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Oct. 16, 1933
  1. TD [ copy] Will
  2. 3 ll.


 
Series III. Diaries [series]:
  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- 1876
  1. AM Diary for 1876
  2. 26 ll. + 1
  3. Bound volume with almanack for 1876 printed on front.


  10  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- Nov. 17, 1882
  1. AM Diary fragment
  2. 1 l.


  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- 1895-1903
  1. TM Diary extracts 1887-88, 1892,
  2. 95 ll. + 1
  3. With cover of file previously housing these pages.
  4. On verso of most pages are unidentified fragments of manuscripts, including some possibly by Ford Madox Ford.


  10  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Jan. 1-July 25, 1890
  1. AM Diary for 1890
  2. 94 ll. + 1
  3. Bound volume with black cover.


  11  
AM Diary for 1890-1891 -- July 27, 1890-May 3, 1891
  1. 101 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with black cover.


  11  
TM Diary for 1891 -- 1891
  1. 250 ll. + 1


  11  
TM Diary for January 24-30, 1891 -- Jan. 24-30, 1891
  1. 4 ll. + 1
  2. Two copies, original and carbon, of both pages.
  3. With note explaining that this is different from the typed 1891 diary, which corresponds to events in the manuscript diary.


  11  
AM Diary for 1891 -- May 5-November 20, 1891
  1. 92 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with black cover.


  11  
TM Diary for August 22-31, 1891 -- Aug. 22-31, 1891
  1. 7 ll. + 1
  2. Two copies, original and carbon, of three of the four pages.


  11  
TM Diary for August 22-31, 1891 (continued) -- Aug. 22-31, 1891
  1. With note explaining that this is different from the typed 1891 diary, which corresponds to events in the manuscript diary.


  11  
TM Diary for September 15-30, 1891 -- Sept. 15-30, 1891
  1. 20 ll. + 1
  2. Two copies, original and carbon.
  3. With note explaining that this is different from the typed 1891 diary, which corresponds to events in the manuscript diary.


  11  
TM Diary for 1892--[bound version] -- 1892
  1. 157 ll. + 1
  2. Diary disbound.
  3. With cover, with notes by Violet .


  11  
TM Diary for 1892 -- Sept.-December 1892
  1. 64 ll. + 1
  2. With note stating that this typed material corresponds to events in the bound 1892 diary; the variants appear to be an earlier, shorter version.
  3. Both original and carbon of many pages.


  11  
TM Diary for 1893 -- 1893
  1. 83 ll.


  11  
AM Diary for 1893-1894 -- Feb. 5, 1893-July 1894
  1. 61 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with black cover.


  12  
AM Diary for 1894-1896 -- July 9, 1894-April 28, 1896
  1. 63 ll.
  2. Bound volume with black cover.


  12  
TM Diary for 1895 -- 1895
  1. 60 ll.


  12  
TM Diary extracts -- 1895-1909
  1. 3 ll.
  2. Concerning Violet's mother, Margaret Raine .


  12  
AM Diary for 1896-1897 -- Apr. 29, 1896-December 9, 1897
  1. 62 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with black cover.


  12  
AM Diary for 1897-1900 -- Dec. 9, 1897-September 1900
  1. 89 ll. + 10 + 1
  2. With sent and unsent letters to Oswald Crawfurd, some loose and some pasted in,


  12  
AM Diary for 1897-1900 (continued) -- Dec. 9, 1897-September 1900
  1. towards the end of the volume.
  2. Bound volume with black cover.


  12  
TM Diary for 1907 -- 1907
  1. 104 ll.


  12  
AM Diary for 1917 -- 1917
  1. 36 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with green paper cover.
  3. No entries until August; most quite brief.


  12  
AM Diary for 1935-1939 -- 1935-1939
  1. 150 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with tan buckram cover.


  12  
TM & AM Diary entry -- Sept. 28, 1935
  1. 1 l.


  24  
Diary 2ts. carbon -- 1901
  24  
Diary ms. excerpts -- 1901
  24  
Diary -- 1902
  24  
Diary -- Jan. 1, 1931-Aug. 31, 1925
  27  
Hunt Violent -- 1914
  1. Diary/account/record book


  27  
Hunt Violent -- 1918
  1. Diary/account/record book


  27  
Hunt Violent -- 1919
  1. Diary/account/record book


 
Series IV. Manuscripts [series]:
 
1. By Violet Hunt [subseries]:
 
a. Literary and General
  12  
AM [accounts, recipes, lists, etc.] -- [1879-1880]
  1. 73 ll. + 1
  2. Volume with white vellum cover and clasp.


  12  
AM Address book -- [after 1909]
  1. 82 ll. + 1
  2. With stamp of Ford Madox Ford,"FMH," on second leaf.
  3. With annotations and commentary.
  4. Volume with deep red leather cover.


  12  
TM Walks With Andrew Lang -- [n.d.]
  1. 5 ll.
  2. With annotations in Violet Hunt's hand. Mentions the sale of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's estate.
  3. With original folder.


  12  
AM Poems, "How long, how long--..." in Violet Hunt's hand; AM, three poems in unidentified hand: "The slight skiff sails...," "In Spring whan all the sweet birds sing,..." and "Her poor arms lay streaked..."; -- [n.d.]
  1. 3 ll.


  12  
AM [by Ford Madox Ford?] -- [n.d.]
  1. In three cases he simply refutes with slight elaboration what I have [?]/ in my memoir without any correction other
  2. 3 ll.
  3. References to the Bicknell family.
  4. Written in pencil; not in Hunt's hand.


  13  
[Hunt, Violet?] -- [n.d.]
  1. TM & AM The Assistant Professor
  2. 22 ll.
  3. Attributed to "Ramon Perez de Ayala" on the title page.
  4. With many handwritten annotations.


  13  
AM Bankbook -- 1912-1920
  1. 30 ll. + 1
  2. London County & Westminster Bank, Ltd.
  3. Volume with white vellum cover; "Mrs. I.V. Hueffer" written on cover.


  13  
TM & AM Baths -- [n.d.]
  1. 1 l.
  2. On verso of fragment of manuscript of The Wife of Rossetti (p. 85).


  13  
AM & TM [genealogy of Bethell family] -- [n.d.]
  1. 2 ll. + 1
  2. Violet was trying to show the relationship between her nurse, Emma Brown, and the Bethell family.
  3. With envelope with notes written in Violet Hunt's hand.


  13  
AM & TM [bits and pieces] -- [n.d.]
  1. torn bits of paper + 1
  2. With envelope.


  13  
TM [book review - draft] -- [193?]
  1. 1 l.
  2. Review of book by Hugh Kingsmill?
  3. On stationery of CLOSE UP: An International Review devoted to the art of films.


  13  
TM [book reviews] -- [1935-1936]
  1. 15 ll.
  2. Some with early drafts. Books reviewed are J.D. Mackie's Cavalier and Puritan, Olaf Stapleton's Odd John, E.M. Forster's Abinger


  13  
TM [book reviews] (continued) -- [1935-1936]
  1. Some with early drafts. Books reviewed are Harvest, Hugh Kingsmill's What They Said at the Time, Grand Tour (edited by R.S. Lambert), Malcolm Letts's As the Foreigner Saw Us, C.M. Franzero's Roman Britain, and Gretchen Green's The Whole World and Company.


  13  
Envelopes -- [n.d.]
  1. 11 ll.
  2. With notes written in Violet Hunt's hand on the envelopes.


  13  
AM Extract Book -- [n.d.]
  1. 51 ll. + 1
  2. Extracts from works by different authors.
  3. Volume with marbled paper cover; "Extract Book/Violet " written on a piece of paper attached to the front cover.


  13  
TM [instructions for household maintenance] -- [n.d.]
  1. 3 ll.


  13  
AM List of letters -- [after 1925]
  1. 50 ll. + 1
  2. In blue check notebook.
  3. The letters are from between 1847 and 1925.
  4. Many of the letters noted here are to Alfred, Margaret, and Violet , though some are to Ford Madox Ford and his family, and others are to unrelated individuals.


  13  
AM [frag.] Mabel's Playmates. or Pigeon Jack. -- July 19, 1876
  1. 14 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with red, yellow, and black marbled cover.


  13  
AM Not Invited ! or Miss Bertram's Mistake -- June 23, 1876
  1. 10 ll. + 1 + 3
  2. Title on title page differs slightly.
  3. Bound volume with green cover. With two sheets of blank paper from the "Fleece Hotel, Darlington" and Ezra Pound's calling card, with annotations by Pound and notes by Violet , tucked inside.


  13  
AM [ fragmentary notes on the division of her belongings and literary projects for her will] -- [n.d.]
  1. 5 ll.


  13  
AM [notes on Orsini] -- [n.d.]
  1. 9 ll.
  2. Howell material.


  13  
TM & AM [notes on various subjects] -- [ca. 1935]
  1. 61 ll. + 3
  2. Notes on newspaper clippings, Charles Augustus Howell, Ford Madox Ford, Alfred William Hunt's sketches, Edward Burne-Jones, Thomas Hardy, John Ruskin, Violet's life and estate, and D.H. Lawrence, among others.
  3. Many on verso of pages from other manuscripts, including The Wife of Rossetti.
  4. With three pages of photocopies of the newspaper clippings.


  13  
AM The Painful Origins of V. H. -- [n.d.]
  1. 1 l.
  2. Includes photocopy of same.


  13  
AM Parting at Sunset--[poem] -- [n.d.]
  1. 1 l.
  2. In Violet Hunt's hand, though unclear whether it is by her.


  13  
AM Poetry -- [n.d.]
  1. 47 ll. + 1
  2. Handwritten copies of poems by many different poets.
  3. Volume with marbled paper covers; "Poetry/V. Hunt" written on a piece of paper attached to front cover.


  13  
AM Social Addresses -- [n.d.]
  1. 122 ll. + 1
  2. Bound volume with tan buckram cover.


  13  
TM [South Lodge inventory] -- [n.d.]
  1. 32 ll. + 1


  14  
TM & AM Tor Villa -- [n.d.]
  1. 109 ll + 1
  2. With folder cover containing the title "Tor Villa" and Violet Hunt's notes. The title on the inside is "The Passion for Romance."


  14  
TM & AM Tor Villa (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. Hunt's reminiscences of life at Tor Villa, including excerpts on Oscar Wilde, Theo Marzials, William Bell Scott, G. P. Boyce, Swinburne, Holman Hunt, Edward Burne Jones, and others.


  14  
AM & TM "Wanted for Attempt" -- [notes] -- [n.d.]
  1. 354 ll. + 1
  2. Concerning Orsini, probably part of Hunt's Howell material.
  3. Much of the material consists of bits of paper which were attached to sheets of paper.
  4. Housed in two folders (192 ll. + 162 ll.), with original cover with notes made by Violet Hunt.
  5. On verso of some sheets are typed manuscript pages from Hunt's autobiography, The Flurried Years, while on the verso of many of the bits of paper are unidentified fragments.
  6. Includes a numbered index [typed].


  14  
TM & AM The War -- [n.d.]
  1. 2 ll.
  2. On verso of a fragment of another unidentified manuscript, possibly by Ford Madox Ford.


  25  
"Euphemia II (Ruskin)" -- Oct. 1860-May 1864 69
  1. [+] pp.


  25  
"Euphemia III (Millais: Eastlakes) -- [n.d.]
  1. 76pp.; 22pp.


  25  
"Dolores III" (Swinburne) -- 1870-End
  1. assorted pages; 93[+]pp.


  25  
"Gooseberry" -- [n.d.]
  1. galley proofs with annotations


  25  
"Rossetti's Saynete" -- [n.d.]
  1. ts. 3pp. with annotations


  25  
"Library" [of Violet Hunt] -- [n.d.]
  1. galley proof


  25  
"Record of Visitors" -- [n.d.]
  1. galley proof


  25  
[Family Chronology] -- 1840-1911
  25  
"A double Performance" -- 1902
  1. galley proof


  25  
"Stronger than Love" -- [n.d.]
  1. galley proof


  25  
"The End of the Beginning" -- [n.d.]
  1. galley proof


  25  
"Ruskin as a Guide to Youth" -- [n.d.]
  1. clipping, photocopy


  25  
"Packages under Stairs, 1st floor" -- [n.d.]
  1. ts. 3pp.


 
b. Howell Biography
  15  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [Apr. 14, 1924-June 17, 1927]
  1. Letters to her concerning the use of pictures for her biography of Charles Augustus Howell
  2. 30 ll. + 7
  3. With folder, envelope, and five photographs of paintings.
  4. Letters from G.C. Williamson, Lord Barnard, C.W. Miller (sec'y to Lord Barnard), Theodore Cook, and T.G.C. Reynolds. Most are originals, although there are copies of two


  15  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. (continued) -- [Apr. 14, 1924-June 17, 1927]
  1. letters from Lord Barnard (of which there is also the original for one), a copy of a letter from G.C. Williamson, a copy of a letter from Theodore Cook to Major Fairfax- Blakesborough, and a draft of a letter from Violet Hunt to Lord Barnard.


  15  
Williamson, G. C. (George Charles), 1858-1942. -- [ca. 1919]
  1. [printed] Murray Marks and His Friends - [gatherings]
  2. 36 ll.
  3. Includes pages 81-144, which contain part of a chapter on Charles Augustus Howell, about whom Violet Hunt was writing a biography.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- [ca. November 13, 1890]
  1. [printed] Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures, Objects of Art, and Decorative Furniture, of Charles A. Howell, Esq., Deceased,...
  2. 24 ll. + 2
  3. With paper covers.
  4. Copy belonging to Rosa Corder, with "Miss R. Corder" written on the cover and with prices and names of buyers written next to each item.


  15  
Whistler, James McNeill, 1834-1903. -- [Sept. 18, 1878-July 14, 1882]
  1. TM & AM [Correspondence. Paddon Papers. The Owl and the Cabinet]
  2. 45 ll. + 1
  3. Acquired by Violet Hunt for her biography of Charles Augustus Howell.
  4. Typed copy of a privately printed brochure, which consists of letters by James MacNeill Whistler, S. Wrefrod Paddon, J.E. McNay, F. Mewburn, Theo. Allingham, Sydney Morse, and W.A. Chapman, about the character and enterprises of Charles Augustus Howell.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- Sept. 25, 1922
  1. TD [copy] [death certificate]
  2. 1 l.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. (continued) -- Sept. 25, 1922
  1. Certificate of his death on April 24, 1890.
  2. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- Oct. 9, 1922
  1. TD [copy] [marriage certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Certificate of his marriage to Frances Kate Howell on August 21, 1867.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Rosalind Blanche, 1877- -- Jan. 4, 1923
  1. TD [copy] [birth certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Rosalind Howell was born March 20, 1877.
  4. Rosalind Howell was the daughter of Charles Augustus and Frances Kate Howell.
  5. Howell material.


  15  
Murray, Murray Howell, d. 1878 -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. TD [copy] [death certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Murray Howell Murray died August 1, 1878.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Catherine Emily, d. 1869 -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. TD [copy] [death certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Catherine Emily Howell died November 5, 1869.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Homan, Louisa Ann, d. 1879 -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. TD [copy] [death certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Louisa Ann Homan died April 21, 1879.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Homan, Jessica Ann Stewart, d. 1870 -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. TD [copy] [death certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Jessica Ann Stewart Homan died December 8, 1870.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. AD [application for searching birth records]
  2. 1 l.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. Application made by Violet Hunt to obtain information for her biography of Charles Augustus Howell.
  2. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Frances Kate -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. AD [application for searching birth records]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Application made by Violet Hunt to obtain information for her biography of Charles Augustus Howell.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Murray, Murray Howell, d. 1878 -- Oct. 6, 1922
  1. AD [application for searching birth records]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Application made by Violet Hunt to obtain information for her biography of Charles Augustus Howell.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- 1889
  1. [printed] Testimonials for Charles A. Howell, Esq.
  2. 47 ll. + 1
  3. With paper cover and two newspaper clippings pasted inside back cover.
  4. Includes letters by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Michael Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown, John Everett Millais, Frederick Sandys, George Cruikshank, Thomas Woolner, Algernon Charles Swinburne, James MacNeill Whistler, Simeon Solomon, and others.
  5. Given to Violet Hunt by Emma Summers Gill.
  6. Howell material.


  15  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. TM & AM [notes on Howell's later life]
  2. 80 ll. + 114 + 1
  3. Housed in two folders.
  4. With original cover included in second folder.
  5. With T & ALS [draft] from Violet Hunt to Editor of Time & Tide, [n.d.], with another


  15  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. earlier draft and a sheet of comments by Ford [?] on verso of a manuscript page from Mr. Fleight [?].
  2. With personal recollections by Violet Hunt.
  3. With a review of David Larg's Trial by Virgins (by Peter Davies [?]).
  4. With TL [copy], Henry James to Violet Hunt, February 14, 1910.


  15  
Boyce, George Price, 1826-1897. -- [1865-1870]
  1. TM [copy] & AM [extracts from diary]
  2. 27 ll. + envelope
  3. With front of folder with notes in Violet Hunt's hand.
  4. Violet Hunt transcription of Alice Street's copy of extracts concerning Charles Augustus Howell from the diary of her uncle, G.P. Boyce.
  5. Howell material.


  15  
Howell, Charles Augustus, 1839-1890. -- [n.d.]
  1. TM [brief biography]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Possibly written by Violet Hunt.
  4. Howell material.


  15  
AM & TM [notes on Howell and the Dukes of Cleveland, with an article on the Dukes of Cleveland] -- 1928
  1. 83 ll. + 1
  2. With folder formerly enclosing these notes and other materials:
  3. With a brief biography of Charles Augustus Howell, attributed to G.C. Williamson;
  4. ALS, Ethel Colburn Mayne to Violet Hunt, [n.d.];
  5. newspaper clipping concerning Howell and five newspaper clippings mentioning Violet Hunt's biography of Howell.
  6. On verso of first four pages:
  7. TL [copy], Inland Revenue. H.M. Inspector of Taxes to Messrs. Smith and Earle, January 23, 1928;


  15  
AM & TM [notes on Howell and the Dukes of Cleveland, with an article on the Dukes of Cleveland] (continued) -- 1928
  1. TLS, Smith and Earle to Violet Hunt, January 26, 1928;
  2. TL [copy], Chase, Henderson and Tennant to Smith and Earle, June 13, 1928;
  3. TLS, Smith and Earle to Violet Hunt, June 13, 1928.
  4. On verso of other notes are fragments of a typescript version of The Wife of Rossetti and possibly The Flurried Years.
  5. Howell material.


  15  
TM & AM [Howell Papers. Extracts. Communications from People.] -- [n.d.], 1888-1924
  1. [1920's]
  2. 116 ll. + 1
  3. With typed copies of the following letters:
  4. Emma Summers Gill to Violet Hunt, March 12, 1923;
  5. Emma Summers Gill to Violet Hunt, March 22, 1923;
  6. Emma Summers Gill to Violet Hunt, March 7, 1923;
  7. Frances Kate Howell to Emmie [Gill], Tuesday;
  8. Frances Kate Howell to Emmie [Gill], December 31, 1887;
  9. Charles A. Howell to Em[ma Gill], June 22, 1888;
  10. M.H. Spielmann to Violet Hunt, October 30, 1922;
  11. M.H. Spielmann to Violet Hunt, January 8, 1923;
  12. M.H. Spielmann to Violet Hunt, February 1, 1923;
  13. George C. Williamson to Violet Hunt, April 14, 1924;
  14. Mary F. Alleyne Clark to Violet Hunt, March 9, 1923;
  15. Mary F. Alleyne Clark to Violet Hunt, [extract], March 13, 1923;


  15  
TM & AM [Howell Papers. Extracts. Communications from People.] (continued) -- [n.d.], 1888-1924
  1. Phoebe Allen to Violet Hunt, [n.d.];
  2. Phoebe Allen to Violet Hunt, [n.d.];
  3. R.H.A. [Richard Heron Allen] to Violet Hunt, March 19, 1923;
  4. Annie L.C. Corfield to Charlotte Corder, [frag.], [n.d.];
  5. Alan S. Cole to Violet Hunt, January 9, 1923;
  6. William Michael Rossetti to Charles A. Howell, June 15, 1882;
  7. George C. Williamson to Violet Hunt, March 12, 1923.
  8. Cornell has the originals to some of these letters.


  15  
TM & AM [Howell Papers. Extracts. Communications from People.] (continued) -- [n.d.], 1888-1924
  1. Original letters:
  2. TLS, Metropolitan District Railway Co. to Violet Hunt, March 13, 1923;
  3. TLS, J. Johnston Abraham to Violet Hunt, March 24, 1924;
  4. TLS, Henry Head to Violet Hunt, November 7, 1922.
  5. Other typed copies:
  6. Statement by Emma Summers Gill;
  7. Byron Webber, "From the Memoirs of James C. Orrock";
  8. C.J. Feret, "From Fulham Old and New"; "From the Folklore of M.H. [Margaret Hunt]";
  9. Edward Heron Allen, "Notes on 'Danner'";
  10. Henry Doetsch, "Testimonial [for Charles A. Howell]," December 11, 1888;
  11. G.C. Williamson, "From Murray Marks and His Friends"; "From Pall Mall Budget," May 8, 1890.
  12. Howell material.


  16  
AM & TM [notes and letters concerning Howell] -- [n.d.], 1873-1879
  1. 89 ll. + 76 + 50 + 1
  2. With original folder cover.
  3. Housed in three folders.


  16  
AM & TM [notes and letters concerning Howell] (continued) -- [n.d.], 1873-1879
  1. With typed copies of the following letters:
  2. Algernon C. Swinburne to Charles A. Howell, February 6, 1873;
  3. Algernon C. Swinburne to Charles A. Howell, [frag.], February 9, 1873;
  4. Algernon C. Swinburne to Camden Hotten, [frag.], [n.d.];
  5. Charles A. Howell to D.G. Rossetti, December 13, 1875;
  6. Charles A. Howell to Algernon C. Swinburne, October 3, 1877;
  7. Algernon C. Swinburne to Charles A. Howell, October 8, 1877;
  8. Charles A. Howell to Manager, Brompton Cemetery, April 22, 1879.


  16  
TM [copy] [excerpts from various diaries] -- [n.d.], 1867-1884
  1. 103 ll. + 107 + 1
  2. Mostly excerpts from the diaries of G.P. Boyce, William Allingham, and William Michael Rossetti, with comments by Violet Hunt.
  3. With TL [copy], Charles A. Howell to Algernon C. Swinburne, August 26, 1867, and TL [copy] Alfred W. Hunt to Margaret Raine Hunt, [n.d.].
  4. With typed sheet containing Hunt family accounts for January-October, 1884.
  5. Some excerpts are on the verso of other unidentified manuscripts.


  16 & 17  
TM & AM [notes on Charles Augustus Howell] -- [1920s]
  1. 110 ll. + 70 ll.
  2. Housed in two folders.
  3. Many notes typed on the verso of a typescript of Violet Hunt's The Wife of Rossetti, though others are on the verso of unidentified manuscripts.
  4. TL from E.F. Richards to Violet Hunt, September 10, 1927. Notes on reverse


  17  
TM Howell biography (Charles Augustus) - Part V (2) - Second typing -- [n.d.]
  1. 264 ll. + 1
  2. With cover.


 
c. Siddal Biography Papers
  17  
TM & AM [notes on Elizabeth Siddal] -- 1854--1913
  1. 1865
  2. In two folders.
  3. With excerpts from William Allingham's diary.
  4. With page from Violet Hunt's diary at the beginning of the second folder.
  5. With brief genealogy of Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti.
  6. With the following letters:
  7. TL (copy) from John Ruskin to D. G. Rossetti, October ?, 1855;
  8. With the following letters:
  9. TL (copy) from John Ruskin to D. G. Rossetti, October ?, 1855;
  10. TL (copy) from Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti to D. G. Rossetti, Christmas time 1855;
  11. TL (copy) from Levin Schucking to Ford Madox Ford, Dec. 29, 1913;
  12. TL (copy, frag.) from [D.G. Rossetti] to [Ford Madox Brown?], [n.d.];
  13. TL (copy) from Ford Madox Brown to Francis Hueffer, Sept. 9, 1871.
  14. With the following poems:
  15. "Early Death" (DGR-ESR);
  16. "The Passing of Love" (DGR-ESR);
  17. "A Year and a Day " (EES);
  18. "A Silent Wood" (DGR-ESR);
  19. "Hopeless Love" (Ford Madox Brown [?]);
  20. "Broken Love" (William Blake);
  21. "What transgressions I commit" (unidentified);
  22. "He and She and Angels Three" (DGR-ESR).


  17  
TM & AM [notes on Elizabeth Siddal] (continued) -- 1854--1913
  1. On verso of some sheets is unidentified typed manuscript material. On verso of one sheet is TL [frag., draft], [n.d.], by Violet Hunt to [?], discussing Ford Madox Ford's defense of James Joyce's novel Ulysses.


  17  
Rossetti-Siddal family. -- [1932]
  1. M [printed] [genealogy]
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. With Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti's genealogy on a separate page.
  4. Proof sheets for both genealogies. The proof sheets differ from the printed versions found in Violet Hunt's biography of Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti, The Wife of Rossetti.


 
2. By others (by author) [subseries]:
  17  
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882. -- Mar. 30, 1928
  1. AD [copy] Certificate of Marriage
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. Of his marriage to Elizabeth Siddal.
  4. With envelope with notes in Violet's hand.


  17  
Freemantle, W. T. -- [Aug. 29, 1928]
  1. AM [genealogy of Elizabeth Siddal]
  2. 1 l. + 2
  3. With another brief genealogy of Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti by a Miss Higgins, addressed to W. T. Freemantle.
  4. With envelope with notes in Violet's hand.


  18  
Cochran, Charles Blake, Sir, 1872?-1951. -- [n.d.]
  1. AM [copy] & [printed] [fragment of an article about Charles Blake Cochran]
  2. 10 ll.
  3. With a handwritten copy of some parts of the article and with the printed version of other parts, clipped, as it appears, from the original.
  4. Published in The Sketch.


  18  
Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. -- [n.d.]
  1. AM [notes for a lecture to troops]
  2. 8 ll.
  3. With diagrams.


  18  
[Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939?] -- [n.d.]
  1. TM [frag.] Zummurud
  2. 38 ll.
  3. Playscript.


  18  
AMS "Tempo Rubato" -- [n.d.]
  1. 1 l.
  2. MacColl was one of Violet Hunt's suitors.


  18  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- [Feb. 27, 1882]
  1. AMS [init.] "At Sea" and "The Hurricane"
  2. 2 ll. + 1
  3. With envelope addressed to Violet Hunt.
  4. Attributed to Studies from Nature.


  18  
Unidentified [Ford Madox Ford?] -- [n.d.]
  1. AM "Bacchus Abroad"
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Unidentified [Ford Madox Ford?] -- [n.d.]
  1. AM "Fragment of a Tragedy"
  2. 3 ll.
  3. Written in pencil.


  18  
Unidentified [? Griffith?] -- [n.d.]
  1. AM Poem: From the studio named the Cockloft/ Comes this message penned by Griffith,
  2. 60, Fitzjohn's Avenue, N.W.
  3. 2 ll.


  18  
Unidentified -- Mar. 24, 1988
  1. AM Recipe for sponge cake sent to Violet Hunt
  2. 1 l. + 3
  3. With two enclosures and envelope.


  18  
Unidentified [Lord Fermanagh?] -- [n.d.]
  1. AM part of rental agreement for Rantisward Marsh
  2. Porridge house?
  3. 2 ll.


  26  
poem fragment, Ford Madox Brown 1p. -- [n.d.]
  26  
"Riesenberg" by Ford Madox Hueffer -- 1931
 
Series V. Documents - Miscellaneous Documents, By Individual [series]:
  18  
Bathoe, William -- Apr. 17, 1750
  1. ADS [receipt]
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. -- 1911
  1. ADS [Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary] -- [press ticket]
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. -- [1913]
  1. TD [legal deposition concerning Ford's relationship with his wife Elsie]
  2. 15 ll.
  3. Unsigned.


  18  
Freer, Emily -- [1870]
  1. D [printed] funeral card
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Freer, Louisa -- [1876]
  1. D [printed] funeral card
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Oct. 19, 1931
  1. TD [birth certificate] -- [copy]
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Aug. 6, 1879
  1. AD [school certificate]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Second Grade Certificate in model drawing awarded by the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education.


  18  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- July 20, 1904
  1. AD Society for the Protection of Birds -- [membership card]
  2. 1 l.


  18  
Royal Academy of Arts (London) -- May 3, 1884
  1. D [printed] [seating list and chart for annual dinner]
  2. 2 ll.


  18  
Scarborough Hospital and Dispensary Ball -- Jan. 3, 1888
  1. D [printed] [program]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. Unlikely that it is Violet Hunt's copy -- records female dance partners.


  25  
"Novels by Violet Hunt" -- [n.d.]
  1. publisher's promotional pamphlet
  2. 10 copies


  26  
Death Certificate -- Mar. 28, 1923
  1. Charles Siddall


  26  
Death Certificate -- Mar. 29, 1923
  1. Elizabeth Eleanor Siddall


  26  
Visiting Card: D.G. Rossetti -- [n.d.]
  26  
John Ruskin Printed Items, some autograph -- 1860 1886
  26  
John Ruskin clippings -- 1864-1882, n.d.
  26  
4 postcards -- 1931, 1936, n.d.
  26  
Photographs -- 1862-1863, n.d.
  1. Photographs of: G.P. Boyce,
  2. Oliver Madox Brown,
  3. "Mrs. Madox Brown as Cinderella (sketch),"
  4. Lady Burne-Jones "Georgina" & son Philip [2 c.],
  5. Thomas Carlyle,
  6. Sarah Cox "Fanny"


  26  
George Cruikshank, -- 1866, 1868, n.d.
  1. Walter Howell Deverell "by Holman Hunt," Emperor & Empress of the French (Nap & Eugenie),
  2. Miss Herbert,
  3. D. D. Home,
  4. J.C. Hooke,
  5. W. Holman Hunt,
  6. H. S. Mendelssohn (W. B. Scott)


  26  
J. E. Millais, -- 1873, n.d.
  1. Mrs. Millais,
  2. William Morris,
  3. Mrs. Rae's "Fanny" (painting),
  4. John Ruskin (early and later)


  26  
Christina Rossetti, -- 1827, 1863 [?], 1867 [?], 1879, n.d.
  1. D. G. Rossetti (3) ,
  2. caricature of D. G. Rossetti (2 c.),
  3. W. Rossetti


  26  
Charles Crookes Siddall, -- n.d.
  1. Miss Siddall (3 c.),
  2. Elizabeth Eleanor Siddall (3 sketches - 2 c. of 2)


  26  
Mr. & Mrs. Tebbs, -- 1866, n.d.
  1. Margaret Webster ,
  2. Augusta Wells,
  3. N.J Woolmer


  26  
Unidentified woman [Christina Rossetti?], envelope -- [n.d.]
 
Series VI. Miscellaneous [series]:
  18  
Ford Madox Brown -- [n.d.]
  1. Hair clipping
  2. In envelope marked "Hair of FMB"


  18  
Louie -- Oct. 21, 1888
  1. Hair clipping
  2. In envelope.


  18  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Button
  2. In envelope marked "IVH button".


  24  
Calendar -- 1939
  27  
Hunt, Violet -- [1880]
  1. Address book


 
Series VII. Photographs [series]:
  19  
[Cards and Envelopes] -- [n.d.]
  1. AM
  2. 3 ll. + 3 envelopes
  3. Envelopes and cards with notes by Violet Hunt.


  19  
[MaNenet] -- Oct. 17, [1910?] and [n.d.]
  1. 2 AL [photographic copy] S to Henry Reymond
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. With envelope.
  4. Photograph of both letters and envelopes.


  19  
[Unidentified actor in theatrical pose] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph


  19  
[Three unidentified men] -- [n.d.]
  1. Three portrait photographs
  2. All three photographs were taken at The Biograph Studio at 107 Regent St., W., [London].


  19  
[Photograph album? - loose sheets] -- [n.d.]
  1. Eight photographs
  2. Eight photographs attached to loose sheets of paper, possibly part of a larger album. Two of the photographs appear to be of Violet Hunt's niece, Rosamund Fogg-Elliot Wilkinson, one photograph is of two young sisters, two photographs appear to be of Canon William Greenwell, Violet Hunt's godfather, two photographs are of unidentified women in different poses, Viva Sherman at Bolam Lake, Whalton.


  19  
[Two unidentified women] -- [n.d.]
  1. Two portrait photographs
  2. Possibly the same woman. In both photographs the woman is wearing a hat.


  19  
[Unidentified woman] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. 1 l.
  3. Taken by C.N. Wootton, Cheltenham and originally enclosed with Maude La Fevriere, ALS to Miss Dodd, November 11 [1925].


  19  
[Group of women] -- June 16, 1877
  1. Photograph
  2. According to a note written by Violet Hunt on the verso, "Papa [Alfred Hunt] met [the women] in Norway." Various names, all different, and Soque Fiord also are written on the back, though in a different hand than Violet's.


  19  
[Two unidentified women and dog in rowboat] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. In two pieces.


  19  
[Four unidentified individuals] -- [n.d.]
  1. Four portrait photographs
  2. Three women and one man. One photograph a photograph postcard. The other three were done at the following studios: T.H. Larmuth, Turnbridge Wells; J. Perriman, Camden Town, London, N.W.; Clement Rogers, Derby.


  19  
[Monk, Lady Nani?] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. On verso Violet Hunt has written "Mrs Reed's old/ house in/ Clarges 81/ (Claridges a/blacksmith. (Lady/ [Nani Monk?].)"


  19  
Bamburgh Castle -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of manuscript page with drawing of Bamburgh Castle after the seige
  2. With note in Violet Hunt's handwriting on separate sheet of paper.


  19  
Hulme-Beaman, Ardern G. (Ardern George), 1857-1929. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Mounted on card that reads Army and Navy Aux'ry, C.S.Ld, Francis Street, Westminster S.W.
  3. With inscription, in Arabic characters, and signature on verso.


  19  
Benson, Constance -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By Guy & Co., Cork.
  3. Inscribed and signed.


  19  
Benson, Sir Frank Robert, 1858-1939. -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Both inscribed and signed.
  3. Both show Benson in costume, as Hamlet and [Julius Caesar?].
  4. One by Elliott & Fry [London], the other by A. Bassano [London].


  19  
Benson, William -- [1886?]
  1. Photograph
  2. By Kingsbury & Notcutt, London.


  19  
Bernhardt, Sarah, 1844-1923. -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Cut out of magazines? and pasted on cards.


  19  
Boyce, Violet Annan -- Jan. 1900 and [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Dated photograph by H.& R. Stiles [London].
  3. Undated photograph shows Mrs. Boyce in Middle Eastern garb, and note on card to which the photograph is attached indicates it was taken in Baghdad.
  4. With envelope.


  19  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. With envelope.


  19  
Browning, Robert, 1812-1889. -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Two copies of the same photograph.


  19  
[Burne-Jones child?] -- [Nov. 16, 1866?]
  1. Photograph of child praying
  2. With notes about identity of child [Georgina B.-J.?] on verso of photograph and on envelope in which the photograph was housed.
  3. By J.R. James, Islington.


  19  
Burne-Jones, Georgiana, Lady, 1840-1920. -- Aug. 7, 1862
  1. Photograph of Mrs. Burne-Jones holding her infant son Philip
  2. By W. Jeffrey [London].
  3. With envelope.


  19  
Burne-Jones, Edward Coley, Sir, 1833-1898. -- Oct. 7, 1867
  1. Photograph of painting by [Burne-Jones?]
  2. With note on verso stating that Edwd. Burne-Jones gave this to G.P. Boyce.


  19  
Carrie's grandparents -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By Drewett, Guildford.
  3. With envelope.


  19  
Chalon, H. G. -- [1930s]
  1. Photograph of "Raby Kennel, 1820" a painting by Chalon
  2. Howell materials.


  19  
[Child, Annie?] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By Newton & Co., East Molesey and Teddington.


  19  
Coghill, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. -- Aug. 7, 1926
  1. Photograph


  19  
Collins, Lottie -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of Collins in "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay"
  2. Theater photograph by the London Stereoscopic Corp.


  19  
[Conrad family] -- [n.d.]
  1. Group photograph
  2. Joseph Conrad's family?
  3. Three women, three men, and a dog.


  19  
Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. With envelope.


  19  
Corder, Rosa -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of Rosa Corder with her hair down
  2. Howell materials.


  19  
Corder, Rosa -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of oil painting of Rosa Corder
  2. According to the note on verso of photograph, the oil painting belongs to Rosa Corder's daughter, Mrs. Horace Allen (nee Beatrice Howell). The envelope, in which it was housed, has another note on it in Violet Hunt's handwriting.


  19  
Crook Hall (Durham) -- [n.d.]v
  1. Two photographs of Crook Hall, one with two unidentified individuals in it
  2. Taken by Byran Hook?
  3. Crook Hall was Margaret Raine Hunt's childhood home.


  19  
Deverell, Walter -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of sketch of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Easter Day
  2. 1 l.
  3. Originally enclosed with Evangeline Deverell, ALS to Violet Hunt, June 16, 1936.


  19  
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. -- Nov. 20, 1873
  1. Photograph
  2. By John Watkins [London].
  3. Photograph of photograph belonging to G.P. Boyce.


  19  
Dilke, Charles Wentworth, Sir, 1843-1911. -- July 1875
  1. Photograph
  2. By Barraud & Jerrard.
  3. Photograph of photograph belonging to G.P. Boyce.


  19  
Durham Castle -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By R. Hebert, Durham.


  19  
F., Maude -- [n.d.]
  1. Postcard photograph
  2. 1 l.
  3. With Violet Hunt's notes about Maude on the verso.


  19  
Farren, Ellen, 1848-1904. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of Miss Nellie Farren and Mr. Fred. Leslie, in "Ruy Blas"
  2. Theater photograph by the London Stereoscopic Corp.


  19  
Cleveland, Charles Fitzroy, Duke of -- [1930s]
  1. Photograph of painting by Sir Godfrey Kueller
  2. Howell material.


  19  
Cleveland, William Fitzroy, Duke of -- [1930s]
  1. Photograph of painting by John Woolton
  2. Howell material.


  19  
[Fogg-Elliot, Silvia Hunt?] -- [1880s?]
  1. Photograph


  19  
Fogg-Elliot, Silvia Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Silvia was Violet Hunt's sister.


  19  
Fogg-Elliot, Silvia Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of Silvia and Alice Elliot


  19  
Fogg-Elliot, Silvia Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of Silvia, Walton Fogg-Elliot, Venice Hunt Benson, and Alice [Elliot?] at Finchall Abbey
  2. Walton Fogg-Elliot is Silvia's husband.


  19  
Fogg-Elliot, Silvia Hunt (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. Both Silvia and Venice Hunt Benson are Violet Hunt's sisters.


  19  
Fogg-Elliot, Silvia Hunt -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of Silvia, Walton Fogg-Elliot, Venice Hunt Benson, and Alice [Elliot?], Mrs. Elliot, and five others at Finchall Abbey


  19  
Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by Jane Wells at Sandgate.


  19  
Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. -- [ca. 1912]
  1. Photograph of Ford, Violet Hunt, and three unidentified children at Knap Cottage, Selsey
  2. Three identical picture postcards, one with "2 Back" written on it.


  19  
Gainford Village -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of drawing of Gainford Village
  2. According to Violet Hunt's note on the verso of the photograph, "Gainford Village [is] where the Raine forbear (a blacksmith) lived."


  19  
Grant, Francis, Sir -- [1930s]
  1. Photograph of an engraving of Grant's painting "The Melton Hunt"
  2. The engraving was done by H. Humphreys.
  3. Howell material.


  19  
Greenwell, William, 1820-1918. -- Mar. 25, 1910
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken on the occasion of his nintieth birthday.


  19  
Harboard, William -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By A. Farrington [London].


  19  
[Harboard, William?] -- [n.d.] [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Both by The Biograph Studio [London].


  19  
Darlington, William Harry, Earl of -- [1930s]
  1. Photograph of painting of Harry, after the painting by Devis now (1893)
  2. Howell material.


  19  
Howell, Charles Augustus -- [n.d.]
  1. Three photographs of an etching of Howell by Mortimer L. Menpes


  19  
Howell, Charles Augustus (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. All three photographs are from the same negative, though two are on glossy paper and one is on matte paper.
  2. Howell material.


  19  
Howell, Charles Augustus -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of epitaph for Howell by Swinburne
  2. Howell material.


  19  
Howell, Charles Augustus -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs of Howell, Rosalind Howell, and others at Pevensey
  2. Howell material.
  3. Rosalind Howell was Howell's daughter.


  19  
Howell, Charles Augustus -- 1888
  1. Photograph of Howell, Rosalind Howell, and Bertha Colnaglie at Langley
  2. Howell material.
  3. Rosalind Howell was Howell's daughter.


  19  
Howell, Charles Augustus -- 1888
  1. Photograph of Howell, Rosalind Howell, and others at Langley
  2. Howell material.
  3. Rosalind Howell was Howell's daughter.


  19  
Howell, Frances Catherine -- [1930s]
  1. Two photographs of a portrait painted in 1873 by Frederick Sandys
  2. Both photographs are the same.
  3. Howell material.


  19  
Howell, Rosalind de Montmorency de Courcy -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of a painting of Rosalind as a baby
  2. Howell material.
  3. Rosalind Howell was Charles A. Howell's daughter.


  19  
Howell, Rosalind -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Howell material.
  3. Rosalind Howell was Charles A. Howell's daughter.


  20  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [n.d.]
  1. Three photographs
  2. Three different poses and settings.


  20  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. One by Hills & Saunders, Eton.


  20  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of a pencil sketch of Hunt


  20  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By Hills & Saunders, Eton.


  20  
Hunt, Maria -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By G.L. Hoffman, Acton.
  3. Maria Hunt is Violet Hunt's aunt.


  20  
Hunt, William Holman, 1827-1910. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By Elliott & Fry.
  3. Photograph of a photograph. With envelope.


  20  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [1863]
  1. Photograph of Margaret Raine Hunt holding Violet as a baby


  20  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. With stamp of The Art Photo Service on the verso.


  20  
[Hunt, Violet?] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of [Violet?] and three other individuals working on a foundation at Churt
  2. With note " Churt/ [Violet?] helping Mr [Hunt?] to lay a foundation stone" written in Violet hand.


  20  
[Kenas?], Nell -- 1916.
  1. Photograph
  2. Post card.


  20  
Knap Cottage, Selsey -- [ca. 1912].
  1. Three photographs, two with unidentified individual
  2. Two are photograph postcards, one is a larger photograph mounted on brown board. All are of the front of the cottage. One has notes written in Violet Hunt's hand on it.


  20  
Larner, Guss -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph


  20  
Leighton of Stretton, Frederic Leighton, Baron, 1830-1896. -- Feb. 6, 1872.
  1. Two photographs
  2. Original, and copy made by Violet Hunt. The original formerly belonged to G.P. Boyce. On the verso of the copy and the envelopes which housed the photographs are notes, written in Violet's hand.
  3. Original by the London Stereoscopic Co.
  4. Howell material.


  20  
Millais, John Edward, Sir, 1829-1896. -- Feb. 26, 1875.
  1. Photograph
  2. By the London Stereoscopic Co.
  3. This photograph formerly belonged to G.P. Boyce.
  4. With envelope with notes in Violet Hunt's handwriting.
  5. Howell material.


  20  
Millar, Marie -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Mounted on card with name written in Violet Hunt's hand.


  20  
Ming -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Ming is a weasel.
  3. Two different poses.


  20  
Morris, Jane Burden -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Copy of photograph belonging to Lionel Tebbs, according to Violet Hunt's note on the verso of the photograph.
  3. With envelope.
  4. Jane Morris was the wife of William Morris.


  20  
Morris, Jane Burden -- Dec. 18, 1862.
  1. Two photographs
  2. Original, and copy made by Violet Hunt. The original formerly belonged to G.P. Boyce. On the verso of the copy and the envelopes which housed the photographs are notes written in Violet's hand.
  3. Original by Herbert Watkins [London].
  4. Howell material.


  20  
Patmore children -- [1914]
  1. Photograph
  2. Missing from collection.


  20  
Peacock, Ann -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Ann Peacock is George Peacock's daughter.
  3. With envelope and two pages of notes, in Violet and Margaret Raine Hunt's hands.


  20  
Peacock, George -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of portrait by Samuel Lane
  2. Published by The Arundel Society.
  3. George Peacock, Dean of Ely, was Violet Hunt's great uncle.


  20  
Peacock, George -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Two poses, as a young man and as an older man.
  3. George Peacock, Dean of Ely, was Violet Hunt's great uncle.
  4. With notes written by Violet Hunt on the cards to which the photographs are attached.


  20  
Pollock, Walter Herries, 1850-1926. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By G.R. Lavis, Eastbourne.
  3. With notes by Violet Hunt on both sides.
  4. With envelope.


  20  
Poynter, Agnes, 1843-1906. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Copy of photograph by Elliott & Fry.
  3. Wife of Sir Edward John Poynter.
  4. With notes on photograph and accompanying envelope.


  20  
Raine, James -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. By W.P. Glaisby, York.
  3. James Raine was Violet Hunt's uncle.


  20  
Raine, Jane -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Postcard.
  3. Taken in New Zealand.


  20  
Read, Sir Charles Hercules -- [n.d.] & 1908
  1. Two photographs
  2. Two poses, as a young man and as an older man in 1908.
  3. With envelope.


  20  
Rossetti, Daniel Gabriel, 1828-1882. -- Jan. 7, 1864
  1. Three photographs of Rossetti, William Bell Scott, and John Ruskin
  2. By W. & D. Downey, Newcastle on Tyne.
  3. Original, formerly belonging to G.P. Boyce, and two copies made by Violet Hunt.
  4. With notes by Violet Hunt on one copy and the two envelopes which housed these photographs.
  5. Howell material.


  20  
Rossetti, William Michael, 1829-1919. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Copy of original belonging to G.P. Boyce.
  3. With notes by Violet Hunt on verso of photograph and on the envelope.
  4. Howell material.


  20  
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [n.d.]
  1. Five photographs
  2. With Violet Hunt's note stating that these are copies of Ruskin photographs out of the family album.
  3. Two poses, one copy of profile shot, four of the frontal shot. While all four frontal copies are from the same negative, two are of one exposure, two of another.


  20  
Sand, George, 1804-1876. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by Nadarz, Paris.


  20  
Sartorius, Francis -- [1930's]
  1. Photograph of his painting "The Finish"
  2. Howell material.


  20  
Sartorius, Francis -- [1930's]
  1. Photograph of his painting "The Match"
  2. Howell material.


  20  
Sartorius, Francis -- [1930's]
  1. Photograph of his painting "The Start"
  2. Howell material.


  20  
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Clemantina, Princess -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. With her sister Clotilda.
  3. Photograph of photograph by L. Angerer.


  20  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- Feb. 25, 1890
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by H.S. Mendelssohn [London].
  3. Formerly belonged to G.P. Boyce.
  4. Howell material.


  20  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- [1930's]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Two copies of photograph formerly belonging to Lionel Tebbs.
  3. With notes on verso of photographs and on accompanying envelopes.


  20  
Scott, William Bell, Mrs. -- Dec. 24, 1889
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by R. Noyes Potter [London].
  3. Copy of photograph belonging to G.P. Boyce.
  4. With envelope.


  20  
Seddon, Emily -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Copy of photograph taken by The London School.
  3. On verso Violet Hunt identifies the photograph as being that of Mrs. V. Jebbs.


  20  
Elizabeth Siddal Rossetti's house -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Hastings
  3. Reproduced in Hunt's biography, The Wife of Rossetti.


  20  
Simon, John, Sir -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. With envelope with Violet Hunt's notes on the Simons.


  20  
Simon, John, Mrs. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph


  20  
Soskice, David -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. David Soskice was Ford Madox Ford's brother-in-law.
  3. With envelope.


  20  
[Soskice, Juliet?] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Note states this is either Juliet or a Rossetti?


  20  
[South Lodge?] -- [n.d.]
  1. Two photographs
  2. Interior shots.
  3. South Lodge was Violet Hunt's residence in London.


  20  
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of a painting of Rev. Stillingfleet


  20  
Swebank, Ann, 1833-1861. -- [n.d.]
  1. Three photographs
  2. Two poses. Two copies of one photograph, one copy of another.
  3. With notes on envelope.


  20  
Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 1837-1909. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by The London Stereoscopic Co.


  20  
Teuchy & Cannot (after Woolton) -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of the painting "The Death"
  2. Howell material.


  20  
Vane, Christopher, first Lord Barnard -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of a painting of Lord Barnard by Lely
  2. Howell material.


  20  
Vane, Elizabeth Holles, first Lady Barnard -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of a painting of Lady Barnard by Lely
  2. Howell material.


  20  
Vane, Mary Randyll, second Lady Barnard -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of a painting of Lady Barnard
  2. Howell material.


  20  
[Walker, Frederick, 1840-1875?] -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by Rowland Taylor [London].
  3. With clipping, envelope, and sheet with Violet Hunt's notes on it.


  20  
Wiesbaden (Germany) Rathaus -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph


  20  
Wren, Christopher, Sir, 1632-1723. -- [n.d.]
  1. Photograph of house
  2. Postcard.


  22  
Hall, Radclyffe, 1886-1943. -- July 21, 1906
  1. Photograph
  2. Taken by Lafayette.
  3. With brown paper cover with "Lafayette's Photo Mezzo Tint" on front.
  4. With note on verso "To Violet Hunt from Marguerite RH [Radclyffe-Hall]. July 21st [19]06."


  22  
Hall, Radclyffe, 1886-1943. -- Mar. 11, 1928
  1. Photograph
  2. 3 ll.
  3. Printed on the cover of Der Welt Spiegel, with the question "Mann oder Frau?" beneath it. Also included: two photos of the cover picture and negatives.


 
Series VIII. Printed Material [series]:
  21  
Boughton, George Henry, 1834-1905. -- Dec. 1884
  1. [printed] "William Grobbyns. An Outdoor Sketch."
  2. Harper's Magazine, Christmas
  3. On pages 72-80, and including six illustrations from drawings by Boughton.
  4. With pages 82-83 cut out, presumably by Violet, as they contained two poems, "Ballade of Christmas Ghosts" and "Christmas Violets," by her friend Andrew Lang,.
  5. "Violet Hunt from V.H.B. [Venice Hunt Benson]" written on the cover.


  21  
Brown, Ford Madox, d. October 3, 1893 -- Oct. 4, 1893
  1. [printed] Obituary for Ford Madox Brown
  2. The Daily News
  3. 1 l.


  21  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- May 29-31, 1894
  1. [printed] Catalogue of auction of contents of Ford Madox Brown's estate
  2. 28 pp.
  3. With the prices brought by many of the items written into the catalogue.


  21  
Brown, Ford Madox, 1821-1893. -- [?] 31, 1886
  1. Newspaper clipping ( Globe)
  2. 1 l.


  21  
Buckley, E. C. -- [ca. 1911]
  1. [printed] "Captain J. Buckley, Mrs. E. C. Buckley and Sir Coleridge Kennard, Bart.: Statement of Facts."
  2. With "Violet Hueffer, South Lodge, Campden Hill, W" written on cover.
  3. The story of a woman who divorced her husband on the understanding that she would soon marry another man, who subsequently deserted her.


  21  
Burroughs, Dorothy and Hutchinson, Vere -- [n.d.]
  1. [printed] Card
  2. 25, Maresfield Gardens, Fitzjohns Avenue,


  21  
Burroughs, Dorothy and Hutchinson, Vere -- [n.d.]
  1. [printed] Card (continued)
  2. Hampstead, N.W. 3
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With lino cut of a bird on second leaf.


  21  
[Constance, Maria ?] -- Oct. 7, 1914
  1. [printed] Wedding program for [Annabel Anderson ?]
  2. 2 ll.
  3. "Miss Maria Constance/ Annabel Anderson/ Wedding" written in pencil on the front.


  21  
[printed] Postcard -- [n.d.]
  1. "Sandgate Castle, 1735"
  2. 1 l.


  21  
Hulettsculp, S. -- [n.d.]
  1. [printed] Etching
  2. [The Royal Magazine] Depicts four female figures.
  3. 1 l.


  21  
Corder, Rosa -- [n.d.]
  1. Caricature
  2. 1 l.
  3. With note in Hunt's hand on verso.
  4. Howell material


  21  
Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910. -- [n.d.]
  1. [printed] "Robert Browning's Ancestors"
  2. 4 pp.


  21  
Hueffer family -- [n.d.]
  1. [printed] [genealogy]
  2. 1 l.
  3. Provides information on four generations of Hueffers from the eighteenth century.


  21  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- Feb. 26, 1888
  1. Newspaper clipping about Francis Hueffer
  2. Berliner Boersen Zeitung
  3. 2 ll.
  4. In German.


  21  
Hueffer, Francis, 1845-1889. -- Oct. 31, 1878
  1. [printed] The Troubadours -- [book review]
  2. The Times
  3. 1 l.
  4. Review of the book by Francis Hueffer.


  21  
Hueffer, Francis, d. January, 1889 -- Jan. 25, 1889,
  1. [printed] Obituary for Dr. Hueffer
  2. The Times
  3. 2 ll. [fragments]


  21  
Hunt, Violet. -- [1896, 1926-1928]
  1. [printed] Review clippings
  2. 15 ll.
  3. Reviews of Violet Hunt's novels, focusing on the 1926 cheap editions. Includes a newspaper photo of Alfred William Hunt in an 1896 obituary for M. Victor Ranvier and an article on Dante Gabriel Rossetti from a 1928 Times Literary Supplement. Photocopies of all included in folder [b].


  21  
Hunt, Violet. -- [ca. 1889 - 1929]
  1. [printed] Newspaper clippings
  2. 33 ll. + fragments
  3. These clippings were found loose in the red volume of Folder 26. Among the clippings are:
  4. book review's of Violet Hunt's novels;
  5. an article on H. G. Wells;
  6. The Jacobite, volume II, no. 2, February 1, 1923;
  7. Proofsheet of an article on Lloyd George -- given to Hunt by R. B. Byles, the sub-editor of the New Statesman;
  8. article on Sydney Dobell by S. M. Ellis;
  9. articles on the death of Countess Markievitz, Loie Fuller;
  10. TLS article, "Geraldine and Jane" attributed to Virginia Woolf in a note written in Hunt's hand, with printed responses; and,
  11. many miscellaneous clippings of contemporary events, including obituaries, divorce notices and literary editorials.
  12. Photocopies of all included in folder [b].


  21  
Hunt, Violet. -- [ca. 1882 - 1890]
  1. [bound] Red leather covered scrapbook containing [printed] newspaper clippings.
  2. 63 ll.


  21  
Hunt, Violet. (continued) -- [ca. 1882 - 1890]
  1. Various newspaper clippings pasted in on random pages, presumably by Violet Hunt.


  21  
Noye, William, 1577-1634. -- [n.d.]
  1. Portrait
  2. 1 l.


  21  
Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden Theatre. -- [n.d.]
  1. [printed] [ Otello] -- [program with ADS [libretto of a cantata on the subject of "The last sigh of the Moor"] --]
  2. With "Margaret Raine" written on the title page.


  21  
Sandford, Joseph, 1692-1774. -- [n.d.]
  1. Portrait
  2. 1 l.


  21  
Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- [n.d.]
  1. Engraving
  2. 1 l.
  3. With note in Hunt's hand on verso.


  21  
Selden, John, 1584-1654. -- [n.d.]
  1. Portrait
  2. 1 l.


  21  
Tetley, Gerard -- June 1949
  1. [printed] "The Frailties of Ford Madox Ford"
  2. The Footnote
  3. On pages 9-13.
  4. With annotations.


  21  
The Transatlantic Review. -- May 1924
  1. (Vol. 1, no. 5)
  2. Publishing works by Ford Madox Ford, Gertrude Stein, Catherine Wells, Ethel Colburn Mayne, and others.


  21  
Uffenbach, L. C. von, 1683-1734. -- [n.d.]
  1. Portrait
  2. 1 l.


  21  
Vane, Vaughan -- Oct. 7, 1925
  1. [printed] "The Onlooker's Book: Mars and Venus in Conjunction"
  2. Gentlewoman
  3. 1 l.
  4. Review of Ford Madox Ford's novel No More Parades.


  22  
[printed] The Art Journal Coronation Number -- June 1902
  22  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- Apr. 29, 1933
  1. [printed] "Debunking Rossetti"
  2. Everyman
  3. 16 ll.
  4. Article in which Hunt expands on her views, as printed in The Wife of Rossetti.


 
Series IX. Drawings [series]:
  22  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Map of some of the places where Alfred Hunt did drawings and paintings
  2. 1 l.
  3. With "V. H. fecit" at the top.


  23  
Burne-Jones, Philip -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketches done at Tor Villa of the Hunt's other ballroom contemporaries
  2. 3 ll. + 1
  3. Subjects included Flossie Boughton and Frederick Leighton.
  4. With envelope with notes by Violet Hunt.


  23  
Chixholm, Wallace -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketch of Soar Chapel
  2. 1 l.


  23  
Dudley, Robert, fl. 1858-1893. -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketch of Alfred William Hunt
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. With fragment of a letter to Margaret Hunt from The Illustrated London News.


  23  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- 1867
  1. Sketch of Speke Hall
  2. 1 l. + 1
  3. With envelope with note by Violet Hunt.


  23  
Hunt, Alfred William, 1830-1896. -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketch of woods
  2. 1 l.
  3. On verso of ticket to view the Royal Coronation Picture, painted by George Hayter. A. of Alfred William Hunt on verso.
  4. Wallis collection.


  23  
Hunt, Margaret Raine, 1831-1912. -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketch of Deanery at Ely
  2. 1 l.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketch of faces
  2. 1 l.
  3. On verso of sheet is a handwritten copy of an Andrew Marvell poem.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Sketches, mostly of individual figures
  2. 10 ll.
  3. Sketches, mostly of individual figures
  4. 10 ll.
  5. Subjects include Lady Keane and Lady Piget, and quite possibly George Boughton, but the majority are unidentified.
  6. Found loose in a burlap drawing book with "Violet" written on the front.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Watercolor of two women
  2. 1 l.
  3. With sketches on verso.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. (continued) -- [n.d.]
  1. Found loose in a burlap drawing book with "Violet" written on the front.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Watercolor of woman weaving
  2. 1 l.
  3. With sketches on verso.
  4. Found loose in a burlap drawing book with "Violet" written on the front.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Gray portfolio
  2. With sketches (and one watercolor) and comments by Violet Hunt, and possibly others.
  3. 15 ll. + 1
  4. With note by Violet Hunt on the cover of the portfolio.


  23  
Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942. -- [n.d.]
  1. Burlap drawing book with "Violet" written on front
  2. 15 ll. + 1
  3. With sketches of Rosamond Fogg-Elliot Wilkinson, D. S. MacColl, and other unidentified subjects.
  4. With Tennyson poem copied onto front inside cover.
  5. With envelope with note by Violet Hunt.


  23  
Peacock, Mary Jane -- [n.d.]
  1. Silhouette portrait
  2. 1 l.


  23  
Raine, James, 1791-1858. -- 1837
  1. Silhouette portrait
  2. 1 l.


  26  
"William Morris in a Thunderstorm" caricature by W. B. Richmond -- n.d.
  26  
"In the Looking Glass at Twenty" [by Violet Hunt] -- n.d.
  26  
2 Hastings postcards, -- 1927, n.d.
  1. drawing by Timberyam


  26  
"Miss Herbert as Diana" [?] -- n.d.
  26  
Photocopies of Meldon Church School of Dr. James Raine (3 copies) -- [n.d.]
  1. Unidentified mss. fragment


  26  
Various genealogies and chronologies compiled by Violet Hunt mss. and tss. photocopies (originals fragile, soiled, and discarded) mapcase -- [n.d.]
 
Series X. Research Material - Research Notes [series]:
  26  
assorted notes on Ruskin -- 1855-1900
  26  
notes on Crowborough Murder -- 1924-1925
  26  
notes and clippings on Lady St. Helier -- 1931, n.d.
  26  
notes on Clevelands -- Aug. 1924
  26  
assorted notes on Robert Browning -- Aug. 12, 1918
  1. ts. n.p.