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Hall, S. C. (Samuel Carter), 1800-1889



  • Existence: 1800-05-09 - 1889-03-16


S. C. Hall (1800-1889), Irish-born Victorian journalist.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

"Anniversary - 55!", 1879 Sep 20

 Part of Collection — Box 9: [Barcode: 39002137224854], Folder: GROUP 197, F-2
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents:

Poem, printed on a card, signed by S. C. and Anna Maria Hall, in celebration of their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary.

Accompanied by articles and portraits of Anna Maria Hall clipped from unidentified publications.

Dates: 1879 Sep 20

Letter : London, to an unidentified recipient, Jan 2

 Part of Collection — Box 9: [Barcode: 39002137224854], Folder: GROUP 197, F-3
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC

Letter : to an unidentified recipient, [1874?] Apr 10

 Part of Collection — Box 163 (Broadside): [Barcode: 39002137225661], Folder: GROUP 197, F-1
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents:

ALS regarding a monument to Leigh Hunt.

Accompanied by a printed copy of Hall's verse "Thrift," with an attached inscription dated 1887 Oct 3; and a printed invitation addressed to George W. Childs to the Hall's 50th wedding anniversary party with a printed poem signed by Hall and dated 1874 Sep 20, "After Fifty Years!"

Dates: [1874?] Apr 10

Thomas Woolner letter to Marian Lewis, 1876 February 20

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 18
Call Number: MSS 53
Scope and Contents: "Feb: 20 '76. My dear Mrs Lewis, I ought to have answered your letter before, but of late every evening I have had has been so closely engaged that I have not been my own master but rather the unwilling slave of that unpitying Demon brute - Circumstance. Tho wet a great deal, the weather has been so mild these last few days I hope it has dealt kindly with my well-beloved Patriarch. I was by no means pleased to have your confirmation of what I had heard of him. I am glad you think it does him...
Dates: 1876 February 20

Thomas Woolner Letters to John Frederick Lewis

Call Number: MSS 53
Abstract: The collection comprises 15 letters from Thomas Woolner to John Frederick Lewis, written between 1874 and 1876. It also includes 5 letters from Woolner to Lewis’s wife, Marian Harper, one letter from Lewis to dealer William Vokins, and several letters from Woolner’s wife and daughter. The letters primarily concern Lewis’s declining health—he died several months after the last letter in the collection—Woolner’s admiration for Lewis’s painting, updates on the politics of the Royal Academy and...
Dates: 1863-1914, bulk 1874-1876