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Du Maurier, George, 1834-1896



  • Existence: 1834-03-06 - 1896-10-06

George du Maurier (1834-1896), French-born cartoonist, illustrator, and author

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Basil Champneys correspondence

Call Number: GEN MSS 156
Overview: Letters received by Basil Champneys from various correspondents including George Du Maurier, R. C. Jebb, A. C. Lyall, Hallam Tennyson, and Francis Warre Cornish. Many letters concern a dinner in 1904 for the Artists' General Benevolent Institution. Also included are manuscript pieces by Coventry Patmore, an autograph sheet, and third-party letters including items to or from Annie Wood Besant, John Fulleylove, and Brooke Foss Westcott.
Dates: 1882-1925

Letters : to an unidentified recipient, n.d.

 Part of Collection — Box: 6, Folder: GROUP 128, F-2
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: Four ALS to "Dear Frank," two with pen and ink sketches.
Dates: n.d.

Letters : to Charles Lee Lewes, 1876, n.d.

 Part of Collection — Box: 6, Folder: GROUP 128, F-1
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: Two ALS illustrated with sketches.
Dates: 1876, n.d.

Llewelyn Davies family papers

Call Number: GEN MSS 554
Overview: The Llewelyn Davies family papers contain correspondence, photographs, and other material relating chiefly to the Llewelyn Davies family, though materials also relate to members of the Du Maurier family and to author and dramatist J. M. Barrie, whose character, "Peter Pan," was inspired by the Llewelyn Davies children.
Dates: 1842-1963

Note : Hampshire, to an unidentified recipient, 1891 Jun 23

 Part of Collection — Box: 6, Folder: GROUP 128, F-3
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: ANS to "Dear Sir."
Dates: 1891 Jun 23

Norman Holmes Pearson Collection of “Art for the Wrong Reason”

Call Number: YCAL MSS 1031
Scope and Contents: The collection contains sixty-three sketches, drawings, paintings, and prints acquired by Yale faculty member Norman Holmes Pearson not for their aesthetic or artistic merit, but because they were created by poets and other authors; he titled his collection “Art for the Wrong Reason.” The works were executed in crayon, gouache, graphite, ink, charcoal, oil, and watercolor on paper, board, canvas, and panel, by fifty-three writers including E. E. Cummings, George Du Maurier, Victor Hugo, D. H....
Dates: 1833-1979