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Bulmer Family

 Family

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

 Fonds

Bulmer: The Papers of Edward Frederick Bulmer and the Bulmer Family

Reference Code: GBR/0272/EFB
Scope and Contents The collection documents social aspects of the Bulmer family, rather than its business enterprise, and relates principally to Edward Frederick Bulmer and his wife Sophie Friederike Bulmer. The papers include correspondence between members of the Bulmer family and letters received by them, a range of personal papers, photographs, texts of speeches made by E.F. Bulmer and others, and printed material. Many of the biographical and genealogical sources were compiled by Robert Harold Bulmer,...
Dates: 1838 - 2006
 Item — Container: LPW/3/25

'Bulmers of Hereford: A Centenary History 1987', 1970 - 1985

Reference Code: GBR/0272/LPW/3/25
Scope and Contents

Typescript draft of a history of the cider making family.

Dates: 1970 - 1985
 File

Correspondence from Bertram Bulmer to Nathaniel Wedd, 1919-01-15 - 1929-05-12

Reference Code: GBR/0272/NW/2/7
Scope and Contents

19 autograph letters, signed, and 1 autograph postcard, signed.

Dates: 1919-01-15 - 1929-05-12
 File

Correspondence from Harold Bulmer to Nathaniel Wedd, 1925-10 - 1935-05-11

Reference Code: GBR/0272/NW/2/10
Scope and Contents

18 autograph letters, signed, and 1 autograph postcard, signed.

Dates: 1925-10 - 1935-05-11
 Item

Letter from Dorothy Bulmer to Nathaniel Wedd, 1919

Reference Code: GBR/0272/NW/2/8
Scope and Contents

1 autograph letter, signed.

Dates: 1919
 File

Letters from Mildred S. Bulmer to Nathaniel Wedd, 1927-06-25 - 1928-03-15

Reference Code: GBR/0272/NW/2/12
Scope and Contents

2 autograph letters, signed.

Dates: 1927-06-25 - 1928-03-15

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