Edmund Crosby Quiggin: Correspondence and Papers
Scope and Contents
The collection comprises correspondence, articles and similar items. The bulk of it consists of approximately 40 letters to Quiggin and to his wife Alison (née Hingston, m.1907), approximately 110 sheets of notes relating to publications, 19 offprints of articles by Quiggin and others, and 10 reviews of his work.
- 1902-1994 (Circa)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Some of the papers were purchased from a Belfast bookseller in April 1970; the remainder were represented to Cambridge University Library by Paul Quiggin, E.C. Quiggin's son, 1994.
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