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Street, George Edmund, 1824-1881

 Person

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

George Edmund Street letter to Richard Redgrave, 1873 June 12

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 112
Call Number: MSS 22
Scope and Contents: Street would like Redgrave to read an enclosed paper which Street will hand to the Council during a meeting. Street is concerned about the Council "acquiescing" to a certain individual rather than "hurt[ing] his feelings." [The issue at hand is not made clear by Street. The name of the individual is given, but cannot be deciphered by the cataloger.] Street hopes that Redgrave will "second" his motion.
Dates: 1873 June 12

George Edmund Street letter to Richard Redgrave, 1874 February 2

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 112
Call Number: MSS 22
Scope and Contents: Street asks if Redgrave will be attending the Royal Academy audit on "Monday 8. 9th." Street invites Redgrave to dinner after the audit.
Dates: 1874 February 2

George Edmund Street letter to Richard Redgrave, 1878 January 1

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 112
Call Number: MSS 22
Scope and Contents: Street thanks Redgrave for his donation to the endowment toward the restoration of Henbury[?] Saint Mary Church. Street believes the church will be ready for use in the spring of 1879. [Street worked on the restoration of two churches named St. Mary in the late 1870s, St. Mary in Henbury and St. Mary at Bolton Abbey.]
Dates: 1878 January 1

George Edmund Street letter to Richard Redgrave, 1880 November 2

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 112
Call Number: MSS 22
Scope and Contents: Street writes to turn down a dinner invitation from Redgrave as he will be in Yorkshire at the time. Street has been at the anniversary celebration of the consecration of a church. He writes that the rector preached and "accommodated himself to his circumstances most amicably."
Dates: 1880 November 2

Letters to Richard Redgrave

 Collection
Call Number: MSS 22
Overview: The archive comprises approximately 400 autograph letters, from upwards of 120 correspondents, addressed to Richard Redgrave (1804-1888).
Dates: circa 1840-circa 1880