Correspondence of Frederick James Furnivall, 1843-1910 (bulk 1848-1895).

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Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910. Correspondence of Frederick James Furnivall, 1843-1910 (bulk 1848-1895).

Correspondence of Frederick James Furnivall, 1843-1910 (bulk 1848-1895).

The collection consists of correspondence, and the subjects discussed in the collection include education (in particular Eton College and Working Men's College), studies in English language and literature, and the work and interests of Frederick James Furnivall.

982 pieces.16 boxes.

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