The William Hone manuscript collection, 1792-1953, bulk 1815-1842.

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Hone, William, 1780-1842. The William Hone manuscript collection, 1792-1953, bulk 1815-1842.

The William Hone manuscript collection, 1792-1953, bulk 1815-1842.

Correspondence, notebooks, manuscripts, miscellaneous items, a scrap album, ephemera and visual materials by or relating to William Hone. Included are several original drawings by the artist George Cruikshank.

2.75 linear ft. (8 boxes)

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