Papers of Brooke Lambert, 1860-1901.


Papers of Brooke Lambert, 1860-1901.

The papers of Brooke Lambert consist entirely of letters written to him over a period of forty years. The topics range from pulpit freedom to women's suffrage and colonialism to the welfare of orphans and the poor. Correspondents include: William Boyd Carpenter, Edward Denison, Richard Holt Hutton, Mark Pattison, William Stubbs, Archibald Campbell Tait, and Anthony Wilson Thorold.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7103541

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