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Edward William Cooke letter to Richard Redgrave, 1868 September 24

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 20
Call Number: MSS 22

Scope and Contents

Cooke has "longed" for Redgrave to visit his "new home" and apologizes for not sending a formal invitation due to the hot weather and then the Saturnalia, which "absorbed all [his] servants." Cooke states that it is now peaceful and the rain is "making everything look marvelously lovely - the autumnal tints have command & the effects are charming." Cooke describes the various trains Redgrave could take. Cooke writes " I cannot express my vexation that I am debarred from supplying the S.K. Mus: [South Kensington Museum] with the descriptions of the V. glass[?]"

Dates

  • 1868 September 24

Creator

Physical Description

1 sheet (4 pages) : autograph letter, signed ; 18 x 22.5 cm folded to 18 x 11.25 cm

Conditions Governing Access

From the Collection: The materials are open for research.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

General

Printed letterhead: Glen-Andred, Groombridge, Sussex.

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