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Correspondents include Granville Clutterbuck, Francis Jenkinson, G. Bertram Kershaw and others. Also includes some correspondence of Francis Jenkinson.
Letters written by A.B. Farn, with a few photographs.
Correspondence, fragments and drawings and bibliographical notes.
List of autograph signatures found in books in Cambridge University Library, 168 folios. The names are arranged in alphabetical order. Most of the entries are in the hand of C.E. Sayle, with some in that of F.J.H. Jenkinson. The entries were first made in 1894. Probably few if any entries were made after 1929 and the book is not now in use.
Volumes transcribed by Francis Jenkinson, and letters, newscuttings, notes.
Photographic facsimiles of a folios of a number of CUL manuscripts, including Nn.2.41, Ii.6.32 and Kk.5.16
Notes and diagrams regarding field names in Great Leighs Parish, Essex, 1820-1838, compiled 1912-1913, 96 folios: (fo. 1) title page; (fo. 2) prefatorial note; (fo. 6v) text with diagrams, with the names arranged in alphabetical order. Inside the front cover is a letter from Andrew Clark to Francis Jenkinson, 4 July 1913.
Diary and notebook containing occasional entries of birds observed or killed, mostly in the Scilly Isles, later at Cambridge, 1867-1880. The notebook also contains a copy of ornithological notes made by Jenkinson's father, John Henry Jenkinson, when in the Scilly Isles, 1854 and 1857-1858.
The volumes contain chronological lists of books printed in Cambridge owned by Cambridge University Library or found in other libraries. MS.Add.8763: 1521-1698; compiled by F.J.H. Jenkinson, c. 1890-1918, and annotated at the front 'F. Jenkinson's MS. with some notes by C. Sayle'. There are occasional cuttings from dealers' lists. MS.Add.8764: 1699-1900; compiled by C.E. Sayle, c. 1896-1902.
Correspondence preserved on account of its philatelic interest, and comprising mainly postcards addressed to F.J.H. Jenkinson, Librarian, and other members of the Library staff, together with a few addressed to Alfred Newton, Professor of Zoology, and other members of the University. The senders were booksellers or private individuals. A few of the postcards are unsigned or signed only with initials.
Correspondence and miscellaneous papers concerning Cambridge University Library business.
Correspondence from family members, members of the University and others on a wide range of subjects.
General correspondence on a wide range of subjects.
Includes a bibliography of Scilly, drafts of speeches, papers on incunabula and manuscripts, correspondence concerning Cambridge University Library and other subjects and various booklists.
Francis John Henry Jenkinson (1853-1923), Librarian to the University of Cambridge 1889-1923: correspondence concerning the Sandars Readership in Bibliography
The diaries contain occasional notes of Library business, including notes of books that were offered for sale, bought, presented, recommended for the Library, missing, or mutilated; autographs in books; requests for, and receipt of, loans; complaints; engagements; binding practice; visitors; copyright claims; and library rearrangement. The diaries were continued in other hands during the absence or illness of Jenkinson.
'Catalogue of the Library at Southmead', 'Compiled by C.M. Ridding' (Southmead, Chaucer Road, Cambridge)
The volume contains chronological lists of books printed in Dublin owned by Cambridge University Library or found in other libraries; compiled from 1897. It covers 1572-1760, although the first entries appear from 1602.
Letters of Bradshaw transcribed by Alfred Rogers, Francis Jenkinson, E.G. Duff and others
11 letters from Henry Bradshaw to Stephen Willoughby Lawley, 21 August 1880 - 17 October 1882. There are accompanying letters from G.W. Prothero to Lawley, 2 February 1894, Francis Jenkinson to the same, 18 January 1896, and W.H. Macaulay to Jenkinson, 6 December 1908.
- Lectures 2
- Belgium 1
- Field names 1
- First World War (1914-1918) 1
- Grenoble 1
- English 27
- Latin 1
- Low German; Low Saxon; German, Low; Saxon, Low 1
- Cambridge University Library 10
- Bradshaw, Henry, 1831-1886 (scholar, antiquary and librarian) 4
- University of Cambridge 4
- Farn, Albert Brydges, 1841-1921 (entomologist) 2
- James, Montague Rhodes, 1862-1936 (biblical scholar, antiquary and palaeographer) 2
- Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg, 1834-1902 (1st Baron Acton and historian) 1
- Bridges, Elizabeth, 1887-1997 (English poet) 1
- Bridges, Robert Seymour, 1844-1930 (Poet Laureate) 1
- Cambridge University Press 1
- Chase, Frederic Henry, 1853-1925 (Bishop of Ely) 1
- Clark, Andrew, 1856-1922 (rector of Great Leighs, Essex) 1
- Daryush, Elizabeth, 1887-1977 (poet) 1
- Donne, John, 1572-1631 (poet and Church of England clergyman) 1
- Duff, Edward Gordon, 1863-1924 (bibliographer) 1
- Eton College 1
- Jackson, Henry, 1839-1921 (classicist) 1
- Jenkinson, Charles, 1858-1907 1
- Jessopp, Augustus, 1823-1914 (schoolmaster and historical writer) 1
- Madan, Falconer, 1851-1935 (librarian and bibliographer) 1
- Maitland, Frederic William, 1850-1906 (legal historian) 1
- Mayor, John Edward Bickersteth, 1825-1910 (classical scholar and divine) 1
- Murray, Alexander Gordon Wynch, 1884-1919 (bibliographer) 1
- Newton, Alfred, 1829-1907 (zoologist) 1
- Nicholson, Brinsley, 1824-1892 (military surgeon and literary scholar) 1
- Parry, Sir Charles Hubert Hastings, 1848-1918 (Knight, composer and musical writer) 1
- Pascal, Blaise, 1623-1662 (mathematician and physicist) 1
- Prothero, Sir George Walter, 1848-1922 (Knight, historian) 1
- Reid, James Smith, 1846-1926 (historian) 1
- Sandars, Samuel, 1837-1894 (bibliographer and barrister) 1
- Sargent, John Singer, 1856-1925 (painter) 1
- Sayle, Charles Edward, 1864-1924 (librarian) 1
- Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers, 1852-1924 (Knight, composer and conductor) 1
- Stewart, Hugh Fraser, 1863-1948 (academic, churchman and literary critic) 1
- Trinity College, Cambridge 1
- Ward, Sir Adolphus William, 1837-1924 (Knight, historian) 1 ∧ less
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