Correspondence, ca. 1831-1885.

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Jones, George, 1786-1869. Correspondence, ca. 1831-1885.

Correspondence, ca. 1831-1885.

Collection includes 5 letters by Jones, ca. 1833-1868, and 13 letters received from British painters, ca. 1831-1864, together with 4 letters received by his wife Gertrude, ca. 1870-1885 (also from British painters), a letter from Gertrude to her mother, n.d., on the verso of a letter Jones received from William Etty, and a letter from Alfred Edward Chalon to a Miss Loscombe, 1860, pertaining to Jones.

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Elmore, Alfred, 1815-1881

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