Papers of Edward Hawke Locker, 1804-1896.

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Locker, Edward Hawke, 1777-1849. Papers of Edward Hawke Locker, 1804-1896.

Papers of Edward Hawke Locker, 1804-1896.

The collection consists of the papers of Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1849) and his son, Frederick Locker-Lampson (1821-1895). Subject matter includes: biographical information for Edward Hawke Locker and Frederick Locker-Lampson and their families, Edward Hawke Locker's writings, illustration of Frederick Locker-Lampson's books, literary contributions to early 19th century periodicals (especially the Quarterly review), politics and government (including the Reform Bill of 1832 and the slavery question), world travel and exploration (letters from Egypt, Ethiopia, the Arctic, Brazil, and India), education of children, formation of the Naval Gallery at Greenwich, and literary affairs.

395 pieces.7 boxes.

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