Ref NoONM/5/8
TitleDartmouth; Craven; Walpole; Stowe House
DescriptionContains information on the following:
-Earl of Dartmouth
-Earl of Craven
-Sir Robert Walpole
-Stowe House, Buckinghamshire

Includes:

-letter from Francis Russell, Christie's, dated 1 June 2000, concerning the following document: C112/186, an inventory of 'property of Philip Earl of Chesterfield now at Bradby Hall'
-letter from Francis Russell, Christie's, dated 10 May 2000, concerning Gerald Dartmouth's inventory
-letter from William, Earl of Dartmouth, London, dated 24 August 2000, concerning paintings and a visit
-letter from Tim Groom, Archivist, Staffordshire Record Office, dated 15 December 1999, concerning inventory in the Dartmouth papers
-two inventories of Dartmouth pictures in London with annotations
-conservation report for the Earl of Dartmouth's paintings
-family tree tracing lineage of Sir William Washington of Packington
-colour photograph of a painting formerly in the Dartmouth collection
-notes on a visit to Staffordshire Record Office
-notes on The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire
-notes on the Earl of Craven's accounts
-notes on the Houghton manuscript at Cambridge University Library
-letter from Ann Pegrum, County Archivist, Hertfordshire, dated 25 July 1991, concerning a manuscript inventory of the Walpole pictures at Houghton, 1744 and a visit
-letter from William Le Hardy, County Archivist, Hertfordshire, dated 2 January 1957, concerning a manuscript inventory of the Walpole pictures at Houghton
-inventory of the Walpole pictures at Houghton, 1744 [photocopy]
-notes on a visit to Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, USA
-letter from P. Day, Keeper of Collections, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, dated 9 August 1994, concerning a group of three portraits
-copy of a letter from Colin Anson, London to Horst Vey, Karlsruhe, Germany dated 13 April 1998, concerning Stowe House
Date[1950s-2000s]
LevelFile
Extent1 file (8 letters; 3 inventories; 1 conservation report; 1 family tree; 1 image; 5 notes)
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