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Stephens family of Ashfield, Budock
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Lease, Ashfield, Budock
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Abstract of lease, Ashfield, Budock
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Agreeement, ropewalk at Ashfield, Budock
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Lease, Ashfield, Budock
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Underlease, part of Ashfield, Budock
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Assignment of share in lease, Ashfield, Budock
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Assignment of leasehold, Ashfield, Budock
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Copy draft, proposed lease, Ashfield, Budock
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Award, dispute over payment, Ashfield, Budock
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Lease, Ashfield, Budock
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Lease, Basset Arms, Falmouth
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Lease, Basset Arms, Falmouth
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Lease and release, Malt house tenement, St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Abstract of title, house and garden, St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Receipt for purchase of house and garden, St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Conveyance, Malt house tenement, St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Agreement to pay rent, property in St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Agreement to pay rent, property in St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Copy will of William Welch, innkeeper, of Penryn
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Succession duty account, property of William Welch of Penryn
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Mortgage, premises in St Thomas Street, Penryn
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List of deeds, premises in St Thomas Street, Penryn
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Ledger, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Receipt and payments, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Waste book, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Accounts and inventories, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Improvements and accounts, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Accounts, John Stephens, of Ashfield, Budock
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Apprenticeship indentures, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Plan of overhead machine for twisting cable, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Copy of tithe map and apportionment, Ashfield area, Budock
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Copy correspondence, rope business, John Stephens
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Letter, wire orders, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Letter of recommendation, ropewalk, Ashfield, Budock
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Agreement, sale of engine
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Agreement, dissolution of partnership, Ashfield ropewalk, Budock
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Copy affidavits, wire rope, John Stephens & Son ropeworks, Ashfield
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'Views and Reviews', with article on rope works, Ashfield, Budock
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Trade catalogue, John Stephens and Son Ltd, hemp & wire rope manufacturers, Ashfield
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Invitation, opening of dining hall and recreation ground, ropeworks, Ashfield, Budock
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Newspaper cutting, production of wire rope in Falmouth
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Newspaper cutting, photograph of Ashfield ropeworks, Budock
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Newspaper cutting, photograph of workmen at Ashfield ropeworks, Budock
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'The Fables of Aesop, paraphras'd in verse and adorn'd with Sculpture'
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Notebook, extracts of Quaker documents
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Extracts of minutes, Falmouth Monthly Meeting, Society of Friends
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'Lines written on the abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies'
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Extracts from diary of Samuel Stephens of New Zealand
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Album commemorating visit, given to Ellen Stephens
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Miscellaneous book, Stephens family and others
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Articles on William Stephens of Bridport
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Correspondence, Mrs Amy Stephens to daugher Eleanor
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Extract from minutes, expulsion of Walter Stephens from Society of Friends in 1835
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Copy of diary of Rebecca Stephens of Bridport
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Correspondence, William Stephens of Bridport
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Copy of 'Poems for Children' by William and Amy Stephens of Bridport
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Diary of Elsie Mary Stephens
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Copy of 'Poems for Children' by William and Amy Stephens of Bridport
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Bill for funeral expenses, owed by Rebecca Stephens
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Letter to Agatha Tregelles
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Correspondence, Stephens family at Bridport
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Official guide, Bridport
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Extract, registration of birth of Grace Nancarrow of Marazion
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Notebook, Grace Nancarrow of Marazion
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Letter, from John Nancarrow junior of Philadelphia
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Extracts from diary of 1774, time at Marazion and departure for America
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Letter to Grace Nancarrow of Marazion
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Discharge from Navy, John Gilbert
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Letter of attorney, John Gilbert of St Hilary
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Birth certificate, Ann Richards of Marazion
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Receipt, share of settlement by Eleanor Richards
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Accounts and rent receipts, garden
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Account of last illness and death, Rebecca Richards of Marazion
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Account of last illness and death of Mary Allen Richards of Marazion
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'Memorandum of a few expressions dropped by Mary Richards during her last illness'
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Marriage certificate, Thomas Roberts and Grace Nancarrow
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Letter from Susanna Nancarrow, in America
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Correspondence, James Hingston of Bristol to Grace Roberts
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Diaries of Grace Nancarrow Roberts of Portreath
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Extracts from diaries of Grace Nancarrow Roberts of Portreath
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Will of Thomas Roberts of Portreath
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Birth certificate, John Stephens of Phillack
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Birth certificate, Sarah Stephens of Phillack
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Parts of correspondence of John Stephens of Hayle
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Letter, death of John Stephens senior in Guernsey
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Extract from diary, death of John Stephens senior in Guernsey
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Certificate of training, Nathaniel Stephens
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Accounts, Rebecca Stephens
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Correspondence, Rebecca Stephens
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Letter, marriage of Ann and John Stephens
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Birth certificate, Ann Stephens of Penzance
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Birth certificate, John Stephens of Penzance
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Letter to John Stephens, death of Mary Nastel
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Letter to John Stephens, poems of Mary Nastel
= 96
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Memorandum by Mary Nastel on her return from America
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Diary and accounts, Ann Stephens of Penzance
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Promissory note, John Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Correspondence, family news to John Stephens
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Bill of sale, property of John Stephens of Budock
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Correspondence, Ann to John Stephens
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Correspondence, Ann Stephens to John Stephens
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Letter, recipe for artificial asses milk
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Letter, Mrs Stephens' rheumatism
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Notes, last illness and death of Ann Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Letter, death of Ann Richards Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Letter, death of Rebecca Stephens
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Obituary notice, John Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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In Memoriam card, John Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Testimony, death of John Stephens, former minister
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Will of John Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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"The Paths of Learning Strewed with Flowers; or English Grammar Illustrated"
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Letter to Ann Stephens at Sladesbridge
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Letter to Ann Stephens, Ashfield, warning against unsuitable books
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Letter to Ann Stephens at Malvern
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Letter to Ann Hooper, nee Stephens
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Phrenological report on Eleanor Stephens
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Letter from Anne Stephens, describing wedding
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Marriage certificate, Robert Watson and Eleanor Stephens
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Agreement for annuity, Eleanor Watson nee Stephens
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Letter to Eleanor Watson, meeting Friends
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Letter to Eleanot Watson, visit to Penzance
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Promissory note, money owed to John Stephens of Ashfield
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Will of Robert Watson of Ashfield Cottage
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Will of Eleanor Watson nee Stephens
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Letter from John Stephens to daughter Mary
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Correspondence, John Stephens
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Letter to Mary Stephens
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'Jottings, 1890', compiled by Mary Stephens
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'Jottings', compiled by Mary Stephens
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Diary of Mary Stephens
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Memorandum for will, Mary Stephens
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In Memoriam card, Mary Stephens, deceased
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Notebook, John Stephens junior of Ashfield, Budock
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Copies of poems, John Stephens junior of Ashfield, Budock
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'The Adventures of Telemachus' by John Stephens
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Correspondence, John Stephens, Sidcot School
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Correspondence, John Stephens, Stoke Newington
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Letter from Lovell Squire, Falmouth, to John Stephens junior
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Marriage certificate, John Stephens and Elizabeth Jones
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens nee Jones
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Letter, John Stephens, meeting with Mr and Mrs Jones
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, family news
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, family news
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Letter to John and Elizabeth Stephens on their marriage
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Letter from John Stephens, Society of Friends meetings
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Letter to John and Elizabeth Stephens, death of son
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Letter from Sophie Jones, visit to Ashfield
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, family news
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from husband John
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Correspondence from Elizabeth [Lizzie] Stephens to sister Annie
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Letter from John Stephens to son John
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Letter, wreck at Gyllyngvase, Falmouth
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Letter from Elizabeth Stephens, death of mother
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Passport, John and Elizabeth Stephens
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Correspondence, John and Elizabeth Stephens, in Switzerland
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, boots for baby
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Letter from Charlotte Fox, London Yearly Meeting of Friends
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from sister Anne Hooper
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from sister Anne Jones
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Letter from Mary Stephens, on cruise
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from sister Anne Jones
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from Eleanor Watson
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Letter to John and Elizabeth Stephens from Richards family
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Letter to John Stephens from Isaac Sharp of Stratford
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, death of John Barclay
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from sister Mary Hughes
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Correspondence to Elizabeth Stephens from sister Anne Jones
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Correspondence, Elizabeth Stephens to family members
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Correspondence to Elizabeth Stephens from Friends
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, concerning Alfred Hodgkin
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Correspondence from John Stephens to his wife Elizabeth
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Letter from Elizabeth Stephens to widow of Thomas Hodgkin
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Farm book, Ashfield, Budock
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Diary of Elizabeth Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Diary of Elizabeth Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Diary of Elizabeth Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Diary of Elizabeth Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Housekeeping account, Ashfield, Budock
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Election notice, Elizabeth Stephens for Budock parish
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Sketch of 'Ruby', Stephens family dog and poem on her death
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Letter to John Stephens, visit to doctor
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List of members of Devon and Cornwall Quarterly Meeting, Society of Friends
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Pencil drawing of John Stephens after death
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Correspondence to Elizabeth Stephens, after death of husband
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, from sister Anne Jones
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Correspondence from Elizabeth Stephens to sister Annie
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Letter from Elizabeth Stephens to sister Annie
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In Memoriam cards, Elizabeth Stephens, deceased
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Copy of will of Elizabeth Stephens
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Essay, 'Friends in North Wales'
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Letter from John Stephens to daughter Elsie Stephens
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Letter to John Stephens, Elsie's progress at school
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Letter from Elsie Stephens, visits in Penzance
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Sketch book, probably belonging to Elsie Stephens
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Sketch book, Elsie Stephens
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Album of poetry and watercolours, Stephens family
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Letter to Elsie Stephens, visit of Caroline Veale
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Correspondence from Elsie Stephens to family
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Diary of Elsie Mary Stephens, Plymouth Hospital
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Diary of Elsie Mary Stephens
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Poems and sketches, by Elsie Mary Stephens
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Watercolour of Ashfield Common, by Elsie Stephens
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Letter to Elsie Stephens, family genealogy
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Testimonials as nurse, Elsie Stephens
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Letter to Elsie Stephens, on 90th birthday
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Settlement of estate, Elsie Mary Stephens, deceased
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Letter to John Stephens, death of son
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'A Short History of the Stephens Family now settled at Ashfield'
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Letter to John Gilbert Stephens, history of Friends in Falmouth
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Article, 'Records of West Cornwall Monthly Meeting, 1679-1714'
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Article, 'Ancient Mining Districts of Cornwall'
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Obituary for Francis Joseph Stephens
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Watercolours of Himalayas, by Francis Joseph Stephens
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Notebook and diary of Anne Leonora Stephens
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Newspaper cutting, marriage of Anne Leonora Stephens and George Barrow
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Newspaper cuttings, death of George Barrow
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Correspondence to Anne Leonora Barrow
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Newspaper cuttings, marriage of George Erskine Barrow
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Portrait of Sophia Mabel Stephens, aged 10
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Correspondence from John Gilbert Stephens, visit to London
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Letter from Sophie Stephens, holiday abroad
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Letter from John Stephens, in Nice, France
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Correspondence to Annie and Sophie Stephens, Nimes, France
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Correspondence from John Gilbert Stephens to sister Sophie
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Correspondence to Sophie Stephens
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In Memoriam card, Sophia Mabel Stephens, deceased
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Obituary, Sophia Mabel Stephens
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens from son Charles
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Certificates, Captain C R Stephens mentioned in dispatches
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Invitation to wedding of Mildred Sturge and Arthur Stephens
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Map of 'Tokenbury and District', Liskeard
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Letter from Walter Stephens, York
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Letter to Walter Stephens, on training ship
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Letter to John Stephens, death of son Walter and sister Ann
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Report of first voyage, Walter Stephens
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Letter from Walter Stephens, on board ship
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Photograph, possibly training ship 'Hesperus'
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Letter from Walter Stephens to sisters
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Letter from Walter Stephens to sister Elsie Stephens
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Letter from Walter Stephens, in York
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Letter from Walter Stephens to parents
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Letter from Gilbert Stephens to brother Walter
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Letter from Walter Stephens, in Brazil
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Letter, death of Walter Stephens in Brazil
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Correspondence sent to Walter Stephens
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In Memoriam cards, Walter Stephens
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Midshipman's badge, Walter Stephens
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Copy letter to 'The Times' concerning yellow fever in Brazil
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Draft family tree showing descendants of Arthur and Philip Stephens
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Diary of Theodore Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Letter from Philip Stephens, Tokenbury, Liskeard
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Election poster, 'fowl election
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Diary of Eliott Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Diary of Eliott Stephens of Ashfield, Budock
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Correspondence to John Gilbert Stephens in York
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Correspondence from John Gilbert Stephens to parents
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Account of John Stephens with York School
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List of scholars at York School
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Note from headmaster, John Gilbert Stephens' education
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Letter from John Stephens to son Gilbert
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Letter to John Gilbert Stephens, from sisters
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Lloyd's registration certificate, yacht 'Shadow'
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Yacht 'Shadow's table of time allowances in race
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Newspaper cutting, Falmouth and Flushing regattas
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Valuation of yacht 'Shadow', including sails, lamps and anchors
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Correspondence, John Gilbert Stephens to Isabel Sturge
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Letter to Elizabeth Stephens, marriage of son Gilbert
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Correspondence, marriage of John Gilbert Stephens and Isabel Sturge
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Correspondence, Isabel Sturge, wedding plans
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Invitations and menu, wedding of Isabel Sturge and Gilbert Stephens
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Letter to John Stephens, marriage of son Gilbert
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Correspondence, Isabel Stephens to sister Fanny
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Letter to Isabel Stephens, birth of baby
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Letter to Isabel Stephens, Sturge family news
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Correspondence to Isabel Stephens on birthday
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Correspondence to Isabel Stephens from aunts
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Letter to Isabel Stephens from sibling
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Letter to Isabel Stephens, offering spiritual encouragement
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Notes on own character, by Isabel Stephens
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Sketch book, Isabel Stephens
= 282
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Letter to Isabel Stephens, death of Uncle Isaac
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Correspondence to Isabel Stephens, death of sister Lucy
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Draft letter, Socialist bias of 'The Friend'
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In Memoriam cards, Isabel Stephens, deceased
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Obituary, Isabel Stephens
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Will and probate of Isabel Stephens
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Copy minutes, Cornwall Monthly Meeting, Society of Friends
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Annoucement of wedding, Gilbert Stephens and Luisa zu Inn-und-Knyphausen
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'The Cottage Diary', compiled by John Gilbert Stephens
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Diary of John Gilbert Stephens
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Diary of John Gilbert Stephens
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Diary of John Gilbert Stephens
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Diary of John Gilbert Stephens
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Post Office savings book, John Gilbert Stephens
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Correpondence to John Gilbert Stephens, spiritual matters
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Correspondence from John Gilbert Stephens, visit to London
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Letter to John Gilbert Stephens, holiday plans
= 299
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Correspondence to John Gilbert Stephens, on death of father
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Letter, use of Wesleyan Sunday School by Society of Friends, Redruth
= 301
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Papers, pacifist movement
= 302
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Account of Friends' deputation to King George V
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Souvenir, presentation of address to King George V
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Letter, family relationship, Taylor and Stephens families
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Ration book, Isabel and John Gilbert Stephens, of Ashfield, Budock
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Correspondence to John Gilbert Stephens, on death of mother
= 307
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Correspondence to John Gilbert Stephens
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Correspondence to John Gilbert Stephens, family news
= 309
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Correspondence from John Gilbert Stephens, Passion Play, Oberammergau, Germany
= 310
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Letter to John Gilbert Stephens, system of Anglican church
= 311
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Correspondence from Gilbert Stephens from abroad
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Diary, journey to Palestine, John Gilbert and Isabel Stephens
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'A Little Journey to the Pyrenees', by John Gilbert Stephens
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Articles by John Gilbert Stephens, published in 'Friends' Quarterly Examiner'
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Correspondence on pacifist John Gill of Penryn
= 316
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Obituary, John Gilbert Stephens
= 317
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Statement of income and annuities, estate of John Gilbert Stephens, deceased
= 318
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'Annals of the Stephens Family' by John Gilbert Stephens
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Draft copy, 'Annals of the Stephens Family'
= 320
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Hair of children of John Gilbert Stephens
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School report, Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 322
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Exercise book, Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 323
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Examination papers, John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 324
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Latin exercise book, John Sturge Stephens
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Essay book, John Sturge Stephens
= 326
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Essay, 'Bird Life in Cornwall'
= 327
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Diary of John Sturge Stephens
= 328
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School reports, John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 329
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Ornithology diary, John Sturge Stephens
= 330
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Examination certificates, John Sturge Stephens
= 331
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Programmes, Falmouth Grammar School Prize Day
= 332
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School reports, John Sturge Stephens
= 333
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School records, John Sturge Stephens
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School reports, John Sturge Stephens
= 335
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Oxford and Cambridge Higher Certificates, John Sturge Stephens
= 336
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'Peace Pages for the People', coronation of Kiing Edward VII
= 337
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Ticket, Society of Friends lecture school at Falmouth
= 338
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List of Leighton Park School Old Boys
= 339
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Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 340
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Correspondence, John Sturge Stephens, Reading
= 341
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Correspondence to parents, John Sturge Stephens
= 342
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Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 343
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Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 344
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Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 345
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Letter to John Sturge Stephens, 21st birthday
= 346
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Certificate for course, Lausanne University, Switzerland
= 347
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Prospectus, Lausanne University, Switzerland
= 348
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Statutes of the 'English Conversation Club', Frankfurt-on-Maine, Germany
= 349
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Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to mother
= 350
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Letter to John Sturge Stephens, Cambridge
= 351
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Notice of debate, St John's Debating Society, Cambridge
= 352
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Invitation to 400th anniversary dinner, St John's College, Cambridge
= 353
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Programme of 'The Littéraire', St John's College French Society, Cambridge
= 354
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Dinner menus, dinners attended by John Sturge Stephens
= 355
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Programmes, boat races, Cambridge University
= 356
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Essays, written by John Sturge Stephens
= 357
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Bachelor of Arts degree certificate, John Sturge Stephens
= 358
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Telegram with degree result, John Sturge Stephens
= 359
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Newspaper cuttings, degree results, University of Cambridge
= 360
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Newspaper cutting, list of studentships for study in Germany
= 361
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Papers, study grant awarded to John Sturge Stephens
= 362
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Master of Arts degree certificate, John Sturge Stephens
= 363
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Letter, departure to France, John Sturge Stephens
= 364
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Correspondence, Robert Tregelles Stephens, India
= 365
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Letter on birthday, Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 366
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Letter, Robert Fowler Sturge to John Sturge Stephens
= 367
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St John's Ambulance First Aid certificate, John Sturge Stephens
= 368
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Identity card, Mission de la Société des Amis
= 369
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Passes and safe conduct, travel through France
= 370
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Papers, tribunal, John Sturge Stephens
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Newspaper cuttings, trials of conscientious objectors, Devon and Cornwall
= 372
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Summary of activities, Oxford Committee, conscientious objectors
= 373
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Papers, conscription during First World War
= 374
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Friends Ambulance Unit magazine
= 375
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Papers, activities of Society of Friends during First World War
= 376
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Papers and photographs, Society of Friends' War Victims Relief Mission
= 377
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Packet of German papers, from the Marne battlefield, France
= 378
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Correspondence sent to John Sturge Stephens, Tregarne, Mawnan
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Correspondence sent to John Sturge Stephens during war
= 380
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Service certificate, Friends' Ambulance Unit
= 381
ST/381
Service certificate, Red Cross
= 382
ST/382
Letter from John Sturge Stephens, plans after war
= 383
ST/383
Report of Conference of Young Friends at Swanwick, Derbyshire
= 384
ST/384
List of names and addresses, International Conference of Young Friends
= 385
ST/385
Programme, International Conference of Young Friends
= 386
ST/386
Account of visit to South Wales, Mary Lloyd
= 387
ST/387
Poster, lecture by John Sturge Stephens, Ystrad, Wales
= 388
ST/388
Directory of delegates to Friends' Conference, London
= 389
ST/389
Article, 'A Quaker Ambassador', by John Sturge Stephens
= 390
ST/390
Appeal for revision of Treaty of Versailles, Society of Friends
= 391
ST/391
Programme, Devon and Cornwall Quarterly Meeting of Society of Friends
= 392
ST/392
Notes on teachings against war, Society of Friends
= 393
ST/393
Papers, Service Council, Society of Friends
= 394
ST/394
Draft recommendation for membership, William Knott of Dudley
= 395
ST/395
Pamphlets, European conditions and Christian fundamentals
= 396
ST/396
Papers, admission of Wilhelm Viola to Society of Friends
= 397
ST/397
Book review of 'Unfinished Business' by Colonel Bonsal
= 398
ST/398
Notes, yearly meeting of Society of Friends
= 399
ST/399
Correspondence, resignation of Keith Spalding from Society of Friends
= 400
ST/400
Agenda, yearly meeting of Society of Friends, Edinburgh
= 401
ST/401
Letter, attendance at meetings, Alfred Searle
= 402
ST/402
Notes, lecture on William Penn
= 403
ST/403
Correspondence, Paul Honigman's education, Saffron Walden
= 404
ST/404
Lecture notes, John Sturge Stephens
= 405
ST/405
Article, 'Faith and Words', John Sturge Stephens
= 406
ST/406
Notes, address on horse racing, for Queen Elizabeth II
= 407
ST/407
Letter from Mary Braithwaite, visit to Woodbrooke, Birmingham
= 408
ST/408
Papers, Woodbrooke Settlement, Birmingham
= 409
ST/409
Booklet, notes on lectures at Woodbrooke
= 410
ST/410
Notebook, Woodbrooke International Conference and other subjects
= 411
ST/411
Obituaries, Olive Graham Alexander and John Henry Lloyds
= 412
ST/412
Letter, last illness and death of Olive Alexander of Woodbrooke, Birmingham
= 413
ST/413
Notes on Woodbrooke Summer School
= 414
ST/414
Papers, biography of Corder Catchpool (1883-1952)
= 415
ST/415
Minutes, Peace Congress Committee, Birmingham
= 416
ST/416
Letter from H Ramelle, Paris, concerning Society of Friends meetings
= 417
ST/417
Article, 'Une Toussaint de Quaker' by John Sturge Stephens
= 418
ST/418
Article, 'Tourism and White Coal in Dauphine', by John Sturge Stephens
= 419
ST/419
Article, 'Spring Day in France', by John Sturge Stephens
= 420
ST/420
Transcript of letters from Russian refugee camp
= 421
ST/421
Membership card, Independent Labour Party
= 422
ST/422
Notes, conferences on Quaker Outposts in Europe
= 423
ST/423
Newspaper cutting, address on 'Church, Patriotism and War'
= 424
ST/424
Appeal for good Anglo-French relations, Society of Friends
= 425
ST/425
Circulars on Christian and socialist living, published by 'The Servants of the Church'
= 426
ST/426
Notes, lectures on peace, by John Sturge Stephens
= 427
ST/427
Notes on lectures on international affairs
= 428
ST/428
Notes on international history
= 429
ST/429
Correspondence, Vera Humbert Droz's denounciation, Austria
= 430
ST/430
'The New Leader', Independent Labour Party newspaper.
= 431
ST/431
Letters of appreciation, lecture on 'Danger Zones of Europe'
= 432
ST/432
Papers, Society of Friends Peace Committee
= 433
ST/433
Lecture notes and articles on disarmament
= 434
ST/434
Published correspondence, League of Nations Union and conscientious objectors
= 435
ST/435
Correspondence on disarmament, John Sturge Stephens
= 436
ST/436
Obituary of Dick Sheppard, founder of Peace Pledge Union
= 437
ST/437
Papers, work of Society of Friends in Vienna, Austria
= 438
ST/438
Notes on lectures given at Peace Aims Conference, Oxford
= 439
ST/439
Notes on Peace Committee meetings
= 440
ST/440
Newspaper cutting, charter of United Nations
= 441
ST/441
Handbook, 'Friends in Europe'
= 442
ST/442
Papers, Society of Brothers' communities, Paraguay
= 443
ST/443
Correspondence from Henry (Heinz) Paul, concerning St Mary's School
= 444
ST/444
Draft correspondence, situation between United Nations and China
= 445
ST/445
Correspondence concerning Dr Marek Waysblum
= 446
ST/446
Correspondence on Central African Federation and other topics
= 447
ST/447
Notes and newspaper cuttings, genealogy of European royalty
= 448
ST/448
Correspondence, post-war events in Germany
= 449
ST/449
Envelope with Russian, Polish and German money
= 450
ST/450
Notebook, lecture notes, family history
= 451
ST/451
Notes, various subjects
= 452
ST/452
Papers, sufferings in South Tyrol
= 453
ST/453
Article on Sokols of Czechoslovakia
= 454
ST/454
Article on Czechoslovakia, by John Sturge Stephens
= 455
ST/455
Article, 'The National Being in Czechoslovakia'
= 456
ST/456
Newspaper cuttings, conditions in Italy
= 457
ST/457
Papers, visit to Italy, John Sturge Stephens
= 458
ST/458
Record of journey to Poland and Czechoslovakia
= 459
ST/459
Record of visit to Poland
= 460
ST/460
Articles on Christian community or Halevansky in Poland
= 461
ST/461
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens, in Poland
= 462
ST/462
Correspondence, military trial of Dr Walter Maas, in France
= 463
ST/463
Article, 'Poland and her National Minorities'
= 464
ST/464
Correspondence relating to Poland
= 465
ST/465
Article, 'Quakeriana from the papers of a Prussian diplomatist'
= 466
ST/466
Street plans and guide books, places in Poland
= 467
ST/467
'Frankreich an der Saar', by Friedrich Grimm
= 468
ST/468
'The Saar at First Hand', by Theodor Balk
= 469
ST/469
Papers on the Saar, by the Royal Institute of International Affairs
= 470
ST/470
Papers, Franco-German dispute over Saar territory
= 471
ST/471
Articles on events in the Saar, published in German newspapers
= 472
ST/472
Articles on the Saar, by John Sturge Stephens
= 473
ST/473
Pamphlet, 'Der Kampt um die Saar'
= 474
ST/474
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens while in the Saar
= 475
ST/475
Newspaper cuttings, First World War
= 476
ST/476
Reports on Germany, from Friends
= 477
ST/477
Correspondence and reports, visit to Holland and Germany
= 478
ST/478
Articles on general strike and Labour Day, Germany
= 479
ST/479
Newspaper cuttings and articles, situation in Ruhr, Germany
= 480
ST/480
Correspondence and papers, peace work of John Sturge Stephens
= 481
ST/481
History of Giessen University, Germany
= 482
ST/482
Notes on German Youth Movement
= 483
ST/483
Articles and newspaper cuttings on German Youth Movement
= 484
ST/484
Newspapers, labelled 'German Youth Movement'
= 485
ST/485
Typescript article on Eastern Germany, by Horace Alexander
= 486
ST/486
'Hitlers Deutsche Sendung' by Friedrich Grimm
= 487
ST/487
'Deutschland vom Feinde besetzt'
= 488
ST/488
Notes and reports on Germany
= 489
ST/489
Correspondence and papers on situation in Germany
= 490
ST/490
Notes on work in Germany and Poland, 1919-1939
= 491
ST/491
Programmes and circulars, Birmingham branch of The Link
= 492
ST/492
German newspaper cuttings
= 493
ST/493
Draft articles and correspondence on Germany and Poland
= 494
ST/494
Notes and correspondence concerning German Quakerism
= 495
ST/495
Papers, German yearly meeting of Friends Service Council
= 496
ST/496
Papers, lecture tour in Germany
= 497
ST/497
Correspondence, Professor Walter Ehrenstein, Germany
= 498
ST/498
Papers, visit to Wurzburg, Germany
= 499
ST/499
Notes for lectures on 17th century English history
= 500
ST/500
Notice of Quaker meetings in Germany
= 501
ST/501
Lecture notes on Prisoners of War
= 502
ST/502
Papers relating to Prisoner of War camps
= 503
ST/503
Camp magazine, Eynsham Park Prisoner of War camp, Oxfordshire
= 504
ST/504
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens, from Germany
= 505
ST/505
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 506
ST/506
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 507
ST/507
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 508
ST/508
Correspondence from Professor Theo Spira, Germany
= 509
ST/509
Correspondence from Professor J Vernay, Wurzburg
= 510
ST/510
Correspondence from Heinz Paul of Darmstadt
= 511
ST/511
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 512
ST/512
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 513
ST/513
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 514
ST/514
Correspondence from Wilhelm Schwaner, Berlin
= 515
ST/515
Correspondence concerning visit to Saar territory
= 516
ST/516
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 517
ST/517
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 518
ST/518
Letter to John Sturge Stephens from America
= 519
ST/519
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 520
ST/520
Correspondence from German prisoners of war
= 521
ST/521
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 522
ST/522
Correspondence, appeal for assistance for school pupils
= 523
ST/523
Correspondence from Professor Theo Spira, Wiesbaden
= 524
ST/524
Correspondence from Andreas Spira
= 525
ST/525
Correspondence concerning Carl Spira's work in Germany
= 526
ST/526
Letter from M Heinhausen, Darmstadt
= 527
ST/527
Letter from Heinz Paul
= 528
ST/528
Letter concerning D Reybekiel's mortgage
= 529
ST/529
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 530
ST/530
Letter to John Sturge Stephens, from Switzerland
= 531
ST/531
In Memoriam card, Theo Spira
= 532
ST/532
University of Birmingham Calendar
= 533
ST/533
Regulations and syllabus, Faculty of Arts, University of Birmingham
= 534
ST/534
Examination papers, history, Birmingham University
= 535
ST/535
Examination papers, history, Birmingham University
= 536
ST/536
Replies to invitation to social evening in Birmingham
= 537
ST/537
Programme and papers, Historical Association tour in Lincolnshire
= 538
ST/538
Programme of Jubilee celebrations, Birmingham University
= 539
ST/539
Papers and programme, Conference of British and German Historians at Oxford
= 540
ST/540
Testimonials written by John Sturge Stephens for his students
= 541
ST/541
University of Birmingham Historical Journal
= 542
ST/542
University of Birmingham Historical Journal
= 543
ST/543
Letter from Baron Christian von Bunsen to Francis Lieber
= 544
ST/544
University of Birmingham Historical Journal
= 545
ST/545
University of Birmingham Historical Journal
= 546
ST/546
University of Birmingham Historical Journal
= 547
ST/547
Article on Sir Raymond Beazeley by H P Adams
= 548
ST/548
Correspondence, Sir Raymond Beazeley
= 549
ST/549
Lecture notes on John Tombes
= 550
ST/550
Notes on the Age of Mazarin
= 551
ST/551
Lecture notes, mostly on international history
= 552
ST/552
Lecture notes, various subjects
= 553
ST/553
Correspondence, 'Dunkelgraf' dispute
= 554
ST/554
Notes and correspondence, disputed paternity of Prince Albert
= 555
ST/555
Correspondence, possible descendants of Charles Edward Stuart
= 556
ST/556
Notes on Cecil Peace Prize essays
= 557
ST/557
Notes on Cecil Peace Prize essays
= 558
ST/558
Correspondence on retirement, John Sturge Stephens
= 559
ST/559
Correspondence, engagement of John Sturge Stephens
= 560
ST/560
Letter to John Sturge Stephens from father, on marriage
= 561
ST/561
Letter from Maisie Rowat to John Sturge Stephens
= 562
ST/562
Invitation card, marriage of Helen Mary Rowat and John Sturge Stephens
= 563
ST/563
List of wedding presents, Maisie and John Sturge Stephens
= 564
ST/564
Newspaper cutting, report of wedding of John Sturge Stephens
= 565
ST/565
Newspaper cuttings, birth of children
= 566
ST/566
Letters of congratulation on marriage, John Sturge Stephens
= 567
ST/567
Correspondence from John and Mary Stephens to Ashfield
= 568
ST/568
Article on visit to Corsica
= 569
ST/569
Correspondence to Rachel Stephens, Sidcot School, Somerset
= 570
ST/570
School reports, Nicholas Stephens, Court House School, Ledbury
= 571
ST/571
Correspondence, education of children
= 572
ST/572
School reports, Christopher Stephens, Leighton Park School, Reading
= 573
ST/573
School reports, Nicholas Stephens, The Downs School
= 574
ST/574
School reports, Nicholas Stephens, Leighton Park School, Reading
= 575
ST/575
School reports, Nicholas Stephens, Leighton Park School, Reading
= 576
ST/576
School reports, Nicholas Stephens, Leighton Park School, Reading
= 577
ST/577
Programme and critical review of 'King Lear', performed by Reading University
= 578
ST/578
Correspondence from Stephens children
= 579
ST/579
Correspondence from Christopher Stephens in France
= 580
ST/580
Correspondence, postcards and souvenirs of Stephens family holiday in France
= 581
ST/581
Correspondence from Nicholas Stephens from camp in Holland
= 582
ST/582
Correspondence from Alice Kendon
= 583
ST/583
Correspondence, marriage of Christopher Stephens and Alice Kendon
= 584
ST/584
List of wedding invitations, marriage of Christopher Stephens and Alice Kendon
= 585
ST/585
Wedding invitations, marriage of Christopher Stephens and Alice Kendon
= 586
ST/586
Correspondence from Frank Kendon
= 587
ST/587
Newspaper cutting, birth of son, Alice and Christopher Stephens
= 588
ST/588
Letter from Christopher Stephens to father
= 589
ST/589
Letter from Aunt Leonora Barrow to John Sturge Stephens
= 590
ST/590
Family correspondence, to John Sturge Stephens
= 591
ST/591
Letter from Elizabeth Stephens, family news
= 592
ST/592
Letter from Willie Fox, death of father
= 593
ST/593
Poem written in Egypt by Sylvia Frith
= 594
ST/594
Correspondence from Sylvia Frith
= 595
ST/595
Letter from Rachel Graham, marriage to Paul Sturge
= 596
ST/596
Correspondence, engagement of Kathleen Lodge and John Sturge Stephens
= 597
ST/597
Letter from Margaret Leigh, concerning engagement
= 598
ST/598
Correspondence from Henry Gillett
= 599
ST/599
Letter from Uncle Frank Newbery, in Dorset
= 600
ST/600
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens, from France and Germany
+ 601
ST/601
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to parents
= 602
ST/602
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to parents
= 603
ST/603
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to parents
= 604
ST/604
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to wife
= 605
ST/605
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to parents
= 606
ST/606
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to father
= 607
ST/607
Letter from 'Will', on tea estate in India
= 608
ST/608
Letter from Elizabeth Sturge, university courses
= 609
ST/609
Correspondence, death of Isabel Stephens
= 610
ST/610
Personal correspondence to John Sturge Stephens
= 611
ST/611
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens to aunts
= 612
ST/612
Correspondence from Sylvia Frith
= 613
ST/613
Correspondence from Aunt Anne, family news
= 614
ST/614
Correspondence from Aunt Elsie Stephens
= 615
ST/615
Letter from Oliver Morland
= 616
ST/616
Correspondence from friends
= 617
ST/617
Personal correspondence, John Sturge Stephens
= 618
ST/618
Letter, silver goblet
= 619
ST/619
Letter from Arthur John Stephens, silver goblet
= 620
ST/620
Letter from Aunt Elsie Stephens
= 621
ST/621
Letter from Aunt Elsie Stephens, death of Gilbert Stephens
= 622
ST/622
Letter from W Fox
= 623
ST/623
Letter from Lucy Vincent, personal news
= 624
ST/624
Personal correspondence
= 625
ST/625
Letter from John Galleymore
= 626
ST/626
Letter from Aunt Elsie Stephens, death of Kathleen Eliott
= 627
ST/627
Letter, photographs of Czechoslovakia
= 628
ST/628
Letter from Aunt Elsie Stephens, new home
= 629
ST/629
Letter from Aunt Elsie Stephens, death of brother Philip
= 630
ST/630
Letter from Aunt Anne, holidays in France
= 631
ST/631
Correspondence from Aunt Elsie and Aunt Anne
= 632
ST/632
Personal correspondence, John Sturge Stephens
= 633
ST/633
Letter from Sylvia Frith, retirement of John Sturge Stephens
= 634
ST/634
Correspondence from Sylvia Frith, family news
= 635
ST/635
Letter from 'John', academic pursuits
= 636
ST/636
Correspondence from Gertrude, relationship with W E Henley
= 637
ST/637
Letter from Aunt Mary Tanner, concerning Queen Mary
= 638
ST/638
Letter from 'Cousin Eleanor', family silver
= 639
ST/639
Correspondence, Elizabeth Morgan Stephens
= 640
ST/640
Correspondence from Aunt Anne, family news
= 641
ST/641
Correspondence from Aunt Elsie Stephens, house at Ashfield
= 642
ST/642
Correspondence from Aunt Elsie Stephens
= 643
ST/643
Correspondence, edible snails
= 644
ST/644
Personal correspondence, John Sturge Stephens
= 645
ST/645
Correspondence to Helen Mary Rowat from family
= 646
ST/646
Correspondence to Helen Mary Stephens
= 647
ST/647
Letter to Mrs Mary Stephens, family records
= 648
ST/648
Letter, list of members, Quarterly Meeting of 1877
= 649
ST/649
Correspondence
= 650
ST/650
Correspondence, proposed holiday in Normandy and Brittany
= 651
ST/651
Correspondence, Gilbert and Isabel Stephens, Austria
= 652
ST/652
Notes on a pilgrimage to St David's, Pembrokeshire
= 653
ST/653
Journal of travels in Greece and Italy
= 654
ST/654
Mementos of journey in Greece and Turkey
= 655
ST/655
Journal of travels in Greece and Italy
= 656
ST/656
Correspondence from J Gilbert Stephens, Isles of Scilly
= 657
ST/657
Correspondence to John Sturge Stephens from Germany
= 658
ST/658
Mementos, trip to Switzerland
= 659
ST/659
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens, Shetland Isles
= 660
ST/660
Letter, holiday accommodation in Norfolk
= 661
ST/661
Letters, postcards and mementos of French tour
= 662
ST/662
Letters, postcards and souvenirs of holidays in Southern Ireland, Stephens family
= 663
ST/663
Guidebook, postcards and souvenirs of holiday in Whitby
= 664
ST/664
Correspondence from Philip Stephens, sale of Ashfield
= 665
ST/665
Correspondence, purchase of 'The Quarry', Northleigh, Oxfordshire
= 666
ST/666
Papers, sale of 270 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
= 667
ST/667
Correspondence from Peter Stephens, sale of The Cottage, Ashfield
= 668
ST/668
Plans of Miss Tuke's house, St Mawes
= 669
ST/669
Correspondence, sale of South Cottage, St Mawes
= 670
ST/670
Newspaper cuttings, fire at Ashfield House, Budock
= 671
ST/671
Papers, stocks and shares
= 672
ST/672
Financial papers, John Sturge Stephens
= 673
ST/673
Correspondence, financial matters
= 674
ST/674
Papers, sale of property and financial matters
= 675
ST/675
Will of John Sturge Stephens
= 676
ST/676
Papers, insurance policies
= 677
ST/677
Papers, family settlement and insurance policies
= 678
ST/678
Correspondence, income tax on settlement
= 679
ST/679
Reminiscences of John Sturge Stephens
= 680
ST/680
Correspondence from Hubert and Margaret Fox
= 681
ST/681
Correspondence, Fox family pedigree
= 682
ST/682
Notes on relationship between Richards family and Stephens family
= 683
ST/683
Pencil drawing of crest and arms of Stephens family of Tregenna, St Ives
= 684
ST/684
Notes on genealogy of Pike family
= 685
ST/685
Draft family tree, Stephens family
= 686
ST/686
Notes on Stephens genealogy
= 687
ST/687
Notes on Stephens family
= 688
ST/688
Letter from Society of Friends, Cork
= 689
ST/689
Correspondence from Wilfred and Cyril Stephens, family history
= 690
ST/690
Correspondence, Wagstaff-Sturge relationship
= 691
ST/691
Pedigree of Stephens family, showing Pike connection
= 692
ST/692
Pedigree of Stephens family, 1600-1900
= 693
ST/693
Pedigree of Clark family of Yeovil, Somerset
= 694
ST/694
Composite pedigree of Clark, Metford, Sturge, Tregelles and Stephens families
= 695
ST/695
Pedigree of Tregelles-Fox family
= 696
ST/696
'Genealogical Chart of the Fox family'
= 697
ST/697
Prescription for glasses for John Sturge Stephens
= 698
ST/698
Tickets and conference cards, John Sturge Stephens
= 699
ST/699
Membership cards and permits, John Sturge Stephens
= 700
ST/700
Papers relating to fruit trees
= 701
ST/701
Draft testimonial for C Berryman, gardener at Ashfield, Budock
= 702
ST/702
Correspondence, use of Adult School premises, Penryn
= 703
ST/703
Correspondence, rare plants
= 704
ST/704
Lists of papers and documents, John Sturge Stephens
= 705
ST/705
Correspondence to Mrs Mary Stephens, death of husband
= 706
ST/706
Newspaper cutting, obituary of John Sturge Stephens
= 707
ST/707
Copy of article on John Sturge Stephens
= 708
ST/708
Article on John Sturge Stephens, by Philip Styles
= 709
ST/709
Articles on John Sturge Stephens, from 'The Friend'
= 710
ST/710
Letter of recommendation, Hannah Cowles
= 711
ST/711
Birth certificate, Samuel Morgan of Ross
= 712
ST/712
Copy minutes, Quarterly Meeting of Women Friends for Hereford and Worcester
= 713
ST/713
Envelope, fragment of sheet
= 714
ST/714
Certificate of recommendation, Martha Morgan of Manchester
= 715
ST/715
Notes and correspondence, Taylor family
= 716
ST/716
Photographs of Ruxton Court, Hereford
= 717
ST/717
Surrender and admission, land in Little Ash Field, Ross Foreign manor, Herefordshire
= 718
ST/718
Surrender and admisison, Chevinghall, Ross Foreign manor, Herefordshire
= 719
ST/719
Account of charities, Ross, Herefordshire
= 720
ST/720
Extracts from journal of Nathaniel Morgan of Ross, Herefordshire
= 721
ST/721
Extracts from journal of Nathaniel Morgan of Ross, Herefordshire
= 722
ST/722
Extracts from journal of Nathaniel Morgan of Ross, Herefordshire
= 723
ST/723
Typed copy of extracts, journal of Nathaniel Morgan of Ross, Herefordshire
= 724
ST/724
Notes on Nathaniel Morgan's memorandum book
= 725
ST/725
Notes on Morgan genealogy
= 726
ST/726
Notes on Nathaniel Morgan of Ross
= 727
ST/727
Article, 'Nathaniel Morgan, Quaker Radical and Herefordshire Reformer'
= 728
ST/728
Article on Nathaniel Morgan of Ross, Herefordshire
= 729
ST/729
Engraving of Joseph Hume, esquire, MP
= 730
ST/730
Watercolour of Wilton Castle
= 731
ST/731
Engravings, given to Rachel Jones
= 732
ST/732
Letter from D Darby of Coalbrookdale, Shropshire
= 733
ST/733
Verses on death of Deborah Darby of Coalbrookdale
= 734
ST/734
Letter from Nathaniel Morgan to his father
= 735
ST/735
Letter from James Montgomery, concerning visit
= 736
ST/736
Letter from Elizabeth Roberts of Falmouth
= 737
ST/737
Correspondence from Joseph Hume, on Reform Bill
= 738
ST/738
Letter from Samuel Meyrick, on Mutiny Act
= 739
ST/739
Letter from Bishop of Hereford, Ross charities
= 740
ST/740
Letter from Samuel Meyrick, arranging meeting
= 741
ST/741
Letter from Bishop of York to Hoskins, Morgan and Co., bankers
= 742
ST/742
Printed notices, Ross and Archenfield Bank
= 743
ST/743
Letter from Joseph Morgan, failure of bank
= 744
ST/744
In Memoriam cards, Joseph Morgan and Ann Morgan
= 745
ST/745
In Memoriam card and obituary of Miss Ann Morgan of Chevenhall, Ross, Herefordshire
= 746
ST/746
Inventory of personal estate of Miss Anne Morgan of Chevenhall, Ross, Herefordshire
= 747
ST/747
In Memoriam cards, William Hughes and Henry Southall
= 748
ST/748
Notes on the Morgan family of Ross, Herefordshire
= 749
ST/749
Plan of burial ground, Ross on Wye
= 750
ST/750
Letter from Margaret Sefton-Jones, Morgan family
= 751
ST/751
Correspondence from Edith Hughes of Chevenhall, Ross, Herefordshire
= 752
ST/752
Correspondence from Cousin Eleanor, family history
= 753
ST/753
Apprenticeship indenture, Joseph Jones
= 754
ST/754
Marriage certificate, Joseph Jones and Mary Morgan
= 755
ST/755
Birth certificate, Sarah Jones
= 756
ST/756
Notebook, notes on gardening
= 757
ST/757
Journal of Mary Morgan Jones of Hereford
= 758
ST/758
Part of diary, Mary Morgan Jones of Hereford?
= 759
ST/759
Part of diary, gardening notes
= 760
ST/760
Account of death of Mary Morgan Jones
= 761
ST/761
Visiting card of Joseph Jones, St Ethelbert Street, Hereford
= 762
ST/762
In Memoriam cards, Joseph Jones, Ethelbert Street, Hereford
= 763
ST/763
Will and probate of Joseph Jones, printer, bookseller, stationer and dealer in fancy articles, Hereford
= 764
ST/764
Exercise book of Mary Jones of Hereford
= 765
ST/765
Visiting card, Mary Joseph Jones of Ethelbert Street, Hereford
= 766
ST/766
Sketch book of Mary Jones of Hereford
= 767
ST/767
Arithmetic exercise book of Anne Jones, Croydon School
= 768
ST/768
Exercise book of Anne Jones, Worcester
= 769
ST/769
Exercise book of Anne Jones, Worcester
= 770
ST/770
Exercise book, poetry, of Anne Jones, Hereford
= 771
ST/771
Stereograph cards, picture of 1862 exhibition
= 772
ST/772
Letter from Joseph Jones to daughter Annie
= 773
ST/773
Copy will of Miss Anne Jones of Hereford
= 774
ST/774
Letter of sympathy from Hereford Friends at death of Anne Jones
= 775
ST/775
Correspondence, death of Anne Jones
= 776
ST/776
Family keepsakes, Anne Jones
= 777
ST/777
List of Anne Jones's silver
= 778
ST/778
Exercise book, geometery, Elizabeth Jones, York School
= 779
ST/779
Exercise book, Elizabeth Jones, York School
= 780
ST/780
Reminiscences of Elizabeth Jones
= 781
ST/781
Letter from Rachel Tregelles at York School
= 782
ST/782
Correspondence from John Stephens to Elizabeth Jones
= 783
ST/783
In Memoriam card, Joseph Jones, Hereford
= 784
ST/784
Newspaper cutting, obituary of Joseph Jones of Hereford
= 785
ST/785
In Memoriam card, Sophia Bowell
= 786
ST/786
In Memoriam card, Caleb Jones
= 787
ST/787
In Memoriam card, William Jones of Sunderland
= 788
ST/788
Description of funeral of Edward Jones
= 789
ST/789
Newspaper announcement, death of Mary Trusted of Ross
= 790
ST/790
'Friends of The Near East', by Margaret Sefton-Jones
= 791
ST/791
Correspondence from Margaret Sefton-Jones
= 792
ST/792
Wedding invitation, marriage of Rowena Manning
= 793
ST/793
Wedding invitation, marriage of Barbara Manning
= 794
ST/794
Notebook entitled 'Hereford Preparative Meeting Account'
= 795
ST/795
Letter from Mary Wake Bowell, history of Jones family
= 796
ST/796
Correspondence from Gertrude Margry
= 797
ST/797
Correspondence from Eleanor Grace John, family history
= 798
ST/798
Correspondence from Olga Manning, family history
= 799
ST/799
Poem by John Alfred Wright
= 800
ST/800
Letter from Mary Morgan Jones
= 801
ST/801
Letter from Jane Dziewicka in Austria
= 802
ST/802
Letter from Jane Dziewicka, Hereford
= 803
ST/803
In Memoriam card, Jane Dziewicka
= 804
ST/804
In Memoriam card, Aleksander Oksza-Dziewicki
= 805
ST/805
Sketch of Oksza coat of arms
= 806
ST/806
Birth certificate of Gertrude Elizabeth Dziewicka
= 807
ST/807
List of birth dates of Dziewicki children
= 808
ST/808
'Spring' by Ladislas St Ramont
= 809
ST/809
'Summer' by Ladislas St Ramont
= 810
ST/810
'Entombed in Flesh', by Michael H Dziewicki
= 811
ST/811
Correspondence from Michael H Dziewicki in Austria
= 812
ST/812
Correspondence from Mary Dziewicka
= 813
ST/813
Letter from Jane Dziewicka to daughter Mary
= 814
ST/814
Copy of 'When I am Dead' by Christina Rosetti
= 815
ST/815
Correspondence from Mary Dziewicka in Warsaw, Poland
= 816
ST/816
Certified copy of death certificate of Mary Dziewicka
= 817
ST/817
Part of manuscript song book, Gertrude Dziewicka
= 818
ST/818
Letter from Aunt Anne Jones, family and Quaker news
= 819
ST/819
Letter from Anne Jones, Gertrude Dziewicka's visit
= 820
ST/820
Fragments of letters from Gertrude Dziewicka, in Russia
= 821
ST/821
Copy letters, Dziewicki family members
= 822
ST/822
Correspondence from Gertrude Dziewicka in Poland
= 823
ST/823
Correspondence from Gertrude Dziewicka, Poland and Russia
= 824
ST/824
Correspondence from Gertrude Dziewicka, Poland and Russia
= 825
ST/825
Diary of Gertrude Dziewicka in Bavaria
= 826
ST/826
Correspondence from Gertrude Dziewicka, Paris and Warsaw
= 827
ST/827
Letter from Aunt Jones, death of George Barrow
= 828
ST/828
Correspondence from Gertrude Dziewicka, Venice and Rome
= 829
ST/829
Letter from Elizabeth Stephens of Ashfield, family news
= 830
ST/830
Correspondence from Elizabeth Stephens of Ashfield, family news
= 831
ST/831
Letter from Mary Dziewicka to sister Gertrude Dziewicka
= 832
ST/832
Passport, Gertrude Dziewicka
= 833
ST/833
Notes, disposition of property, Gertrude Dziewicka
= 834
ST/834
Pencil sketches by Gertrude Dziewicka of Aunt Anne
= 835
ST/835
Watercolours of Danzig, Poland, by Gertrude Dziewicka
= 836
ST/836
Watercolours of Ashfield and surrounding area by Gertrude Dziewicka
= 837
ST/837
Watercolours and sketches, by Gertrude Dziewicka
= 838
ST/838
Letter to Gertrude Dziewicka concerning her paintings
= 839
ST/839
Letter from Gertrude Dziewicka, annuity
= 840
ST/840
Correspondence from Henry Dziewicki
= 841
ST/841
Correspondence from Alexander Dziewicki to Gertrude Dziewicka
= 842
ST/842
Part of letter from Elsie Mary Stephens
= 843
ST/843
Notebook, Gertrude Dziewicka's last wishes
= 844
ST/844
Letter to Gertrude Dziewicka, death of Isabel Stephens
= 845
ST/845
Correspondence from Elsie Stephens, family news
= 846
ST/846
Correspondence from John Sturge Stephens, family news
= 847
ST/847
Copy extracts from Gertrude Dziewicka's reminiscences of Hereford
= 848
ST/848
Rough notebook recording events in Poland
= 849
ST/849
'Glimpses of Polish Life in Town and Country, pre-war to 1914', by Gertrude Dziewicka
= 850
ST/850
'Glimpses of Polish Life in Town and Country, pre-war to 1914', by Gertrude Dziewicka
= 851
ST/851
'Glimpses of Polish Life in Town and Country, pre-war to 1914', by Gertrude Dziewicka
= 852
ST/852
Papers, Gertrude Dziewicka
= 853
ST/853
Obituary of Gertrude Dziewicka
= 854
ST/854
Correspondence, burial of Gertrude Dziewicka
= 855
ST/855
Correspondence, death of Roman Dziewicki
= 856
ST/856
In Memoriam card, Adela Dziewicki
= 857
ST/857
Correspondence, detention of Tadeusz Dziewicki
= 858
ST/858
Correspondence concerning Dziewicki family
= 859
ST/859
Correspondence, Wanda Dziewicka to John Sturge Stephens
= 860
ST/860
Correspondence, Wanda Dziewicka to John Sturge Stephens
= 861
ST/861
Letter from Aunt Elsie Stephens, Dziewicki family history
= 862
ST/862
Letter from Gertrude Margry, Dziewicki family
= 863
ST/863
Correspondence from Gertrude Margry, Dziewicki family
= 864
ST/864
Incomplete letter from Aunt Anne Barrow, Dziewicki family
= 865
ST/865
Letter from Eleanor Margry, Jones and Dziewicki families
= 866
ST/866
Correspondence from Reginald Reynolds, Dziewicki family
= 867
ST/867
Correspondence, Dziewicki family history
= 868
ST/868
Correspondence from Arthur Johnstone, Dziewicki family
= 869
ST/869
Correspondence, Norman Franklin on Gertrude Dziewicka
= 870
ST/870
'Catholic Boys at Ackworth', by R Reynolds and J S Stephens
= 871
ST/871
Draft family tree, Morgan and Jones families
= 872
ST/872
Notes by John Sturge Stephens on Dziewicki brothers
= 873
ST/873
Notes for articles on Dziewicki family
= 874
ST/874
Copy marriage certificate, John Tregelles and Honor Jose, 1676
= 875
ST/875
Letter from Rebecca Tregelles of Falmouth
= 876
ST/876
List of children of Samuel and Rebecca Tregelles
= 877
ST/877
Copy letter, Sarah Tregelles to Dykes Alexander of Ipswich
= 878
ST/878
Extracts from minutes, West Cornwall Monthly Meeting, Tregelles family
= 879
ST/879
Copies of letters written by Rebecca Tregelles to her children
= 880
ST/880
Silhouette of Thomas Smith Tregelles (1798-1831)
= 881
ST/881
Acknowledgement of loan, Samuel Tregelles deceased
= 882
ST/882
List of debts, Samuel Tregelles deceased
= 883
ST/883
Order for payment of estate duty, Samuel Tregelles deceased
= 884
ST/884
'The Ashfield Budget'
= 885
ST/885
Notes on 'The Ashfield Budget' by John Sturge Stephens
= 886
ST/886
Pencil sketch of Ashfield, Budock
= 887
ST/887
Account of funeral of Samuel Tregelles
= 888
ST/888
Extracts relating to Thomas Smith Tregelles
= 889
ST/889
Flyleaf of book recording gift to Mary Tregelles from her mother
= 890
ST/890
Letter from Rachel Tregelles to 'beloved cousin', family news
= 891
ST/891
Letter from M E Tregelles to Elizabeth, family news
= 892
ST/892
Visiting cards of Elizabeth Tregelles and Thomas Smith Tregelles
= 893
ST/893
Letter from Nathaniel Tregelles to 'dear cousin', family matters
= 894
ST/894
Drawing portfolio, Mary Elisabeth Tregelles (born 1829)
= 895
ST/895
Engravings, prints and sketches, by Mary Elisabeth Tregelles
= 896
ST/896
Drawing portfolio, Agatha Tregelles (born 1831)
= 897
ST/897
Exercise book, Margaret Tregelles, Trenehay School
= 898
ST/898
Memorandum of marriage of Allen Tregelles in new Falmouth meeting house
= 899
ST/899
Pamphlet, notes on Charles Fox of Trebah
= 900
ST/900
Correspondence from Anna Rebecca Tregelles, visit to St Maurice
= 901
ST/901
'Recollections of our old home' by Charlotte Fox
= 902
ST/902
Correspondence from Margaret Tregelles, Paris and Lucerne
= 903
ST/903
Extract from diary, describing Lydia Tregelles
= 904
ST/904
Poems by Jane M Tregelles of Perranporth, Perranzabuloe
= 905
ST/905
Newspaper cuttings on Dr Samuel Prideaux Tregelles
= 906
ST/906
Newspaper cutting, death of George Fox Tregelles
= 907
ST/907
Seal, possibly property of Joseph Tregelles
= 908
ST/908
Notes and correspondence relating to Tregelles genealogy
= 909
ST/909
Newspaper cutting, death of Catherine Tregelles at Harrow
= 910
ST/910
Letter to John Sturge Stephens concerning Tregelles family
= 911
ST/911
Correspondence from Mary Tregelles Deacon, family history
= 912
ST/912
Letter to John Sturge Stephens concerning Tregelles family
= 913
ST/913
Letter from Aunt Mary Tanner, memories of Aunts Lydia and Rachel Tregelles
= 914
ST/914
Letter from Roger concerning Tregelles family
= 915
ST/915
Correspondence from S I Gibbins, on Tregelles family
= 916
ST/916
Correspondence to to John Sturge Stephens, on Tregelles family history
= 917
ST/917
Notes on Tregelles genealogy
= 918
ST/918
List of places called Tregelles, taken from Symons, 'Gazetteer of the County of Cornwall'
= 919
ST/919
Notes on Tregellas in Probus
= 920
ST/920
Notes on Hingston pedigree
= 921
ST/921
Biographical sketches of N Jose, J Tregelles and S Tregelles
= 922
ST/922
Notes compiled from 'Notes on the Tregelles Family'
= 923
ST/923
List of children of Jacob Sturge and Mary Young
= 924
ST/924
'Sketches from Nature, or Hints to Juvenile Naturalists'
= 925
ST/925
Correspondence, Robert Fowler Sturge at school to sisters
= 926
ST/926
Translations from Horace, by Robert Fowler Sturge
= 927
ST/927
Letter from Robert Fowler Sturge, honeymoon in Lake District
= 928
ST/928
Letter from Robert Fowler Sturge, describing Lake District
= 929
ST/929
Correspondence from Margaret Sturge, family news
= 930
ST/930
Diary of Robert Fowler Sturge
= 931
ST/931
Album of Christmas cards sent to Sturge children
= 932
ST/932
Scrapbook given to Isabel Sturge by Aunt Matilda
= 933
ST/933
Copy-book of Isabel Sturge
= 934
ST/934
Letter from Ann Thompson, describing Isabel Sturge as a child
= 935
ST/935
Letter to Isabel Sturge, in France
= 936
ST/936
Letter from Edward James to Isabel Sturge
= 937
ST/937
Letter from Margaret Sturge to husband Robert Fowler Sturge
= 938
ST/938
Letter from Margaret Tregelles Sturge to Isabel Sturge on her 6th birthday
= 939
ST/939
Letter from Mary Tregelles to granddaughter Isabel Sturge
= 940
ST/940
Letter from Aunt Matilda Sturge, describing Queen Victoria's visit to St Paul's Cathedral, London
= 941
ST/941
Correspondence from Mary Tregelles to grandchildren
= 942
ST/942
Letter from Margaret Sturge, travels in Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.
= 943
ST/943
Letter from Robert Fowler Sturge, Lyndhurst, to sister Kate
= 944
ST/944
Letter from Robert Fowler Sturge, Florence, to sisters Kate and Matilda
= 945
ST/945
Letter from Isabel Sturge, visit to Malvern
= 946
ST/946
'A Brief Sketch of the Life and Character of the late Jacob Player Sturge of Bristol'
= 947
ST/947
Poetry written by Isabel Sturge
= 948
ST/948
French dictation exercises, Isabel Sturge
= 949
ST/949
Paintings and sketches by Isabel Sturge
= 950
ST/950
Letter from Aunt Martha Tregelles to Isabel Sturge on her 18th birthday
= 951
ST/951
Letter from Uncle Edwin Tregelles to Isabel Sturge, family news
= 952
ST/952
Birthday book of Fanny Player Sturge
= 953
ST/953
Account of Quaker meeting in Bristol and address given by Vigurs Harris
= 954
ST/954
Letter from Robert Fowler Sturge, Llandrindod Wells, to sisters
= 955
ST/955
Letter to Isabel Sturge, concerning proposal of marriage
= 956
ST/956
Correspondence to Isabel Sturge, engagement to Gilbert Stephens
= 957
ST/957
Letter from John and Elizabeth Stephens to Isabel Sturge
= 958
ST/958
Letter from Lucy Sturge, on voyage to Australia, to Isabel Sturge
= 959
ST/959
Letter from Lucy Sturge, on Isabel Sturge's new bustle
= 960
ST/960
Correspondence written to Isabel Sturge
= 961
ST/961
Letter from Aunt Rebecca Thompson, forthcoming marriage
= 962
ST/962
'Tribute to the memory of Charlotte Sturge'
= 963
ST/963
Correspondence, Aunt Matilda Sturge to Isabel Stephens
= 964
ST/964
Letter, Aunt Matilda Sturge to Isabel Stephens
= 965
ST/965
Correspondence from Lucy Sturge, on world tour
= 966
ST/966
In Memoriam cards, M Tanner, W Sturge and J Clark
= 967
ST/967
Letter from Margaret Tregelles Sturge, history of ring
= 968
ST/968
Correspondence from Margaret Tregelles Sturge, family news
= 969
ST/969
In Memoriam cards, L Sturge, R Sturge and M Sturge
= 970
ST/970
Invitation to wedding of Lucy Thompson and Paul Dudley Sturge
= 971
ST/971
Papers, Sturge family gathering and tour
= 972
ST/972
Letter from Gertrude Southall, Sturge family history
= 973
ST/973
In Memoriam card, Louis Appia, Lutheran pastor in Paris
= 974
ST/974
List of 'Aunt Alice's Chattels' with names of legatees
= 975
ST/975
'The Sturges of Bristol', by Walter Sturge
= 976
ST/976
'Joseph Sturge, 1793-1859'
= 977
ST/977
'Annals of the Sturge Family', by Walter Sturge
= 978
ST/978
'Memories and Echoes of Byegone Days', by Margaret Thompson Sturge
= 979
ST/979
'In Loving Memory, M T 1904'
= 980
ST/980
'A Brief Account of the professional life of William Sturge of Bristol, by his brother Walter Sturge'
= 981
ST/981
Article, 'The Belches of Hertfordshire'
= 982
ST/982
'Types of Quaker Womanhood', by Matilda Sturge
= 983
ST/983
'Annals of Somerset Street, Kingsdown, Bristol'
= 984
ST/984
'The Monasteries of Bristol'
= 985
ST/985
Pamphlet on Marshall N Fox's work in Near East
= 986
ST/986
Notes for lecture on Joseph Sturge, Quaker, 1793-1859
= 987
ST/987
Photograph, John Stephens (1786-1875)
= 988
ST/988
Photograph, John Stephens (1786-1875) with granddaughter Elsie (b1861)
= 989
ST/989
Photograph, Mary Tregenna Stephens
= 990
ST/990
Photograph, descendants of William Stephens
= 991
ST/991
Photograph, James Clark and daughter Sophie and Edith
= 992
ST/992
Photograph of drawing of Elizabeth Stephens
= 993
ST/993
Photograph, Robert Watson and wife Eleanor Watson
= 994
ST/994
Photograph, Robert and Eleanor Watson
= 995
ST/995
Photograph, John Stephens (1819-1903)
= 996
ST/996
Photograph, marriage of Elizabeth Morgan Jones and John Stephens
= 997
ST/997
Photograph, Elizabeth Stephens and Erskine Barrow
= 998
ST/998
Photograph, Elizabeth Stephens
= 999
ST/999
Photograph, John and Elizabeth Stephens and family, Ashfield
= 1000
ST/1000
Photograph, John and Elizabeth Stephens and family
= 1001
ST/1001
Photograph, Elizabeth Stephens with grandchildren
= 1002
ST/1002
Photograph, Elizabeth Stephens and daughter Elsie Stephens
= 1003
ST/1003
Photograph, Elsie Mary Stephens
= 1004
ST/1004
Photograph, Elsie Stephens as a teacher
= 1005
ST/1005
Photograph, Elsie Mary Stephens with school group, York
= 1006
ST/1006
Photograph, Elsie Stephens, on her 92nd birthday
= 1007
ST/1007
Photograph, Francis Joseph Stephens
= 1008
ST/1008
Photograph, marriage of Anne Leonora Stephens and George Barrow
= 1009
ST/1009
Photograph, Anne Leonora Stephens
= 1010
ST/1010
Photograph, Anne Leonora Stephens
= 1011
ST/1011
Photograph, Erskine Barrow
= 1012
ST/1012
Photographs, Sophia Stephens
= 1013
ST/1013
Photograph, Sophia Stephens, Elizabeth Stephens and Fanny Sturge
= 1014
ST/1014
Photographs, Sophia Stephens in Rachel Baker's wedding dress
= 1015
ST/1015
Photograph, Walter Morgan Stephens
= 1016
ST/1016
Photograph, marriage of Helen Elizabeth Stephens and Cyril Frith
= 1017
ST/1017
Photograph, Sylvia Frith
= 1018
ST/1018
Photograph, Mary Denise Arnold and Helen Felicity Arnold
= 1019
ST/1019
Photograph, Stephens family
= 1020
ST/1020
Photograph, Philip and Arthur Stephens
= 1021
ST/1021
Photograph, Philip Stephens
= 1022
ST/1022
Photograph, family of Arthur and Mildred Stephens
= 1023
ST/1023
Photograph, family of Philip and Winifred Stephens
= 1024
ST/1024
Photograph, Theodore Stephens
= 1025
ST/1025
Photograph, Theodore Stephens
= 1026
ST/1026
Photograph, Theodore Stephens with school group in York
= 1027
ST/1027
Photograph, Eliott, Philip and Theodore Stephens
= 1028
ST/1028
Photograph, school group including John Gilbert Stephens
= 1029
ST/1029
Photographs, John Gilbert Stephens and wife Isabel Stephens
= 1030
ST/1030
Photographs, Isabel Sturge and Sophie Stephens
= 1031
ST/1031
Photographs, Isabel Stephens with sons Robert Tregelles Stephens and John Sturge Stephens
= 1032
ST/1032
Photograph, John Gilbert Stephens with second wife Luisa Stephens
= 1033
ST/1033
Photograph, John Sturge Stephens aged 8 months
= 1034
ST/1034
Photograph, John Sturge Stephens aged 4 and 5
= 1035
ST/1035
Photograph, John Sturge Stephens aged 14
= 1036
ST/1036
Photographs, John Sturge Stephens
= 1037
ST/1037
Photograph, John Sturge Stephens on graduation day
= 1038
ST/1038
Photograph, Woodbrooke gathering, summer term
= 1039
ST/1039
Photograph, marriage of John Sturge Stephens and Helen Mary Rowat
= 1040
ST/1040
Photograph, Birmingham University International Society meeting at Dudley
= 1041
ST/1041
Photograph, John Sturge Stephens and Paul Sturge
= 1042
ST/1042
Photograph, Robert Tregelles Stephens
= 1043
ST/1043
Photographs, John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
+ 1044
ST/1044
Family photograph album, John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
+ 1045
ST/1045
Family photograph album, John Sturge Stephens and Robert Tregelles Stephens
+ 1046
ST/1046
Family photograph album, Stephens family
+ 1047
ST/1047
Family photograph album, Stephens family
= 1048
ST/1048
Photographs, Stephens family groups
= 1049
ST/1049
Photographs, Stephens family and sailing yachts
= 1050
ST/1050
Photograph of portrait of James Morgan, died 1824
= 1051
ST/1051
Photograph of portrait of Sarah Morgan (formerly Taylor)
= 1052
ST/1052
Photograph of portrait of Nathaniel Morgan of Ross
= 1053
ST/1053
Portrait of John Powell of Ross
= 1054
ST/1054
Photograph, Joseph Jones(1801-1873)
= 1055
ST/1055
Photograph, Ann Morgan
= 1056
ST/1056
Photograph, 'Aunt Annie Jones'
= 1057
ST/1057
Photograph, probably Mary (Morgan) Jones
= 1058
ST/1058
Photograph, Joseph and Mary Jones with children
= 1059
ST/1059
Photograph, Joseph Jones junior and wife Elizabeth Wheeler
= 1060
ST/1060
Photograph, Joseph Jones junior
= 1061
ST/1061
Photograph, Elizabeth Taylor
= 1062
ST/1062
Photograph, Jones daughters
= 1063
ST/1063
Photograph, marriage of Sophie Jones to Mr Bowell
= 1064
ST/1064
Photographs, Sophie Bowell and family
= 1065
ST/1065
Photograph, Robert Pember
= 1066
ST/1066
Photograph, Mary Bowell
= 1067
ST/1067
Photograph, Isabel Jones
= 1068
ST/1068
Photographs, Eleanor Grace Jones
= 1069
ST/1069
Photograph, 'Aunt Hughes', mother of Margaret Sefton-Jones
= 1070
ST/1070
Photograph, Herbert Sefton-Jones
= 1071
ST/1071
Photograph, Margaret Sefton-Jones (formerly Hughes)
= 1072
ST/1072
Photograph, Olga Sefton-Jones
= 1073
ST/1073
Photograph, marriage of Barbara Sefton-Jones
= 1074
ST/1074
Photographs, Dziewicki family
= 1075
ST/1075
Photograph, Joseph Sturge
= 1076
ST/1076
Photograph, Jacob Player Sturge (1793-1857)
= 1077
ST/1077
Photograph, Sarah Sturge
= 1078
ST/1078
Photograph, Catherine Sturge
= 1079
ST/1079
Photograph, Matilda Sturge (1829-1903)
= 1080
ST/1080
Photograph, Walter Sturge (born c1830)
= 1081
ST/1081
Photograph, Ann Sturge
= 1082
ST/1082
Photograph, Sarah Jane Tanner (born 1853)
= 1083
ST/1083
Photograph, Edith Tanner (born 1854)
= 1084
ST/1084
Photograph, Mary Elizabeth Tregelles (1829-1901)
= 1086
ST/1086
Photograph, Margaret Tregelles
= 1087
ST/1087
Photograph, Margaret Tregelles
= 1088
ST/1088
Photographs, Margaret Tregelles Sturge
= 1089
ST/1089
Photograph, family group including Margaret Tregelles Sturge
= 1090
ST/1090
Photograph, Robert Fowler Sturge
= 1091
ST/1091
Photographs, Sturge family groups
= 1092
ST/1092
Photograph, Mr Hancock, coachman to Sturge family, and horse 'Tommy'
= 1093
ST/1093
Photograph, Isabel, Mary, Lucy and Alice Sturge
= 1094
ST/1094
Photograph, Isabel and Mary Sturge
= 1095
ST/1095
Photograph, Robert Tregelles Sturge
= 1096
ST/1096
Photograph, Isabel Sturge
= 1097
ST/1097
Photograph, Isabel and Fanny Sturge
= 1098
ST/1098
Photograph, Lucy and Alice Sturge
= 1099
ST/1099
Photograph, Mary Tregelles Sturge
= 1100
ST/1100
Photograph, Rosamond Sturge
= 1101
ST/1101
Photograph, Rosamond Sturge's poodle
= 1102
ST/1102
Photograph, Mildred Sturge
= 1103
ST/1103
Photograph, Theodore Sturge and son Paul Sturge
= 1104
ST/1104
Photograph, Helen Maria Sturge (b1858)
= 1105
ST/1105
Photograph, School group, including P Sturge
= 1106
ST/1106
Photograph, wedding group, Sturge and Stephens
= 1107
ST/1107
Photograph, marriage of Fanny Player Sturge and Charles Stephens
= 1108
ST/1108
Photograph, Sturge family groups
= 1109
ST/1109
Photographs, Golden wedding of Robert Fowler Sturge and Margaret Tregelles Sturge
= 1110
ST/1110
Photograph of silhouettes of Samuel and Rebecca Tregelles
= 1111
ST/1111
Photograph, Samuel Prideaux Tregelles
= 1112
ST/1112
Photograph, Lydia Tregelles
= 1113
ST/1113
Photograph, Rachel Tregelles
= 1114
ST/1114
Photograph, Mrs Allen Tregelles
= 1115
ST/1115
Photograph, Marian Tregelles of Penarth
= 1116
ST/1116
Photograph, Geoffrey Philip Tregelles
= 1117
ST/1117
Photograph, 'Uncle and Aunt Hooper', Falmouth
= 1118
ST/1118
Photograph, Fred Burley
= 1119
ST/1119
Photograph, Cousin Alice and Christina
= 1120
ST/1120
Photograph, Roger and George
= 1121
ST/1121
Photograph and letter, Ethel Kenway
= 1122
ST/1122
Photograph, rim of quarry at Northleigh, Oxford
= 1123
ST/1123
Photograph, Joseph and Alice Eliott of Tokenbury, Liskeard
= 1124
ST/1124
Postcard views, Tokenbury
= 1125
ST/1125
Photograph of drawing of Caroline Fox
= 1126
ST/1126
Photograph, Anna Maria Fox
= 1127
ST/1127
Photograph, Rachel Juliet Fox
= 1128
ST/1128
Photograph, E Morsdell
= 1129
ST/1129
Photograph, Lovell Squire
= 1130
ST/1130
Photograph, The Misses Starling, The Crag, Falmouth
= 1131
ST/1131
Photograph, James Tangye in his workshop at Aviary Cottage, Illogan
= 1132
ST/1132
Photograph, Elizabeth Tweedy, Truro
= 1133
ST/1133
Photograph, Caroline Tweedy, Truro
= 1134
ST/1134
Photograph, Ann Tweedy
= 1135
ST/1135
Photograph, James Veale
= 1136
ST/1136
Photograph, Sennen meeting house, Society of Friends
= 1137
ST/1137
Photograph, Society of Friends' burial ground, Sennen
= 1138
ST/1138
Photograph, Falmouth Board of Guardians
= 1139
ST/1139
Photographs, friends of Stephens family
+ 1140
ST/1140
Family photographs, Stephens family and others
= 1141
ST/1141
Postcard, Gweek river, Constantine
= 1142
ST/1142
Postcard, Falmouth from Flushing
= 1143
ST/1143
Postcards, Falmouth from Trefusis
= 1144
ST/1144
Postcard, Falmouth bay and Marine Drive, Falmouth
= 1145
ST/1145
Postcard, Greenbank gardens, Falmouth
= 1146
ST/1146
Postcard, Gyllyngdune gardens, Falmouth
= 1147
ST/1147
Postcards, Pendennis, Falmouth
= 1148
ST/1148
Postcard, Penjerrick House, Falmouth
= 1149
ST/1149
Postcard, views of River Fal
= 1150
ST/1150
Postcards, sailing ships at Falmouth
= 1151
ST/1151
Postcards, views of Falmouth
= 1152
ST/1152
Postcard, memorial organ in Seaman's Mission, Falmouth
= 1153
ST/1153
Postcard, Portscatho, Gerrans
= 1154
ST/1154
Postcards, St Mawes, St Just in Roseland
= 1155
ST/1155
Postcard, 'An old Street in St Mawes', St Just in Roseland
= 1156
ST/1156
Postcard, Coverack Mill, St Keverne
= 1157
ST/1157
Postcard, The Manacles, St Keverne
= 1158
ST/1158
Postcards, Kynance, Landewednack
= 1159
ST/1159
Postcard, The Lizard, Landewednack
= 1160
ST/1160
Postcard, Helford village, Manaccan
= 1161
ST/1161
Postcard, Durgan, Mawnan
= 1162
ST/1162
Postcard, Tregothnan, St Michael Penkivel
= 1163
ST/1163
Postcard, interior of Mullion Church
= 1164
ST/1164
Postcard, Great Western Beach, Newquay
= 1165
ST/1165
Postcard, view of harbour, Penryn
= 1166
ST/1166
Postcard, swing bridge, Penryn
= 1167
ST/1167
Postcard, Perranarworthal
= 1168
ST/1168
Postcard, Sennen village
= 1169
ST/1169
Postcards, Lands End, Sennen
= 1170
ST/1170
Postcard, possibly Pentire in Wendron
= 1171
ST/1171
Postcard, coffin stone, Zennor
= 1172
ST/1172
Postcards, St Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol
= 1173
ST/1173
Postcard, St John's Library, Cambridge
= 1174
ST/1174
Postcard, Jersey
= 1175
ST/1175
Postcard, Scafell Pike, Cumberland
= 1176
ST/1176
Postcard, Clovelly, Devon
= 1177
ST/1177
Postcard, Torquay, Devon
= 1178
ST/1178
Postcard, Lulworth Cove, Dorset
= 1179
ST/1179
Postcards, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
= 1180
ST/1180
Postcard, Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire
= 1181
ST/1181
Postcards, Herefordshire
= 1182
ST/1182
Postcard, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent
= 1183
ST/1183
Postcard, 'Kentish Harrowing Team'
= 1184
ST/1184
Postcard, views of London
= 1185
ST/1185
Postcard, Pool of London
= 1186
ST/1186
Postcards, Queen's doll's house, London
= 1187
ST/1187
Postcard, Hunstanton cliffs, Norfolk
= 1188
ST/1188
Postcards, Holy Island, Northumberland
= 1189
ST/1189
Postcard, Sibford school hall, Oxford
= 1190
ST/1190
Postcards, Stokesay Castle, Shropshire
= 1191
ST/1191
Postcard, Polstead, Suffolk
= 1192
ST/1192
Postcard, Walberswick, Suffolk
= 1193
ST/1193
Postcard, Avebury, Wiltshire
= 1194
ST/1194
Postcard, Coxwold, Yorkshire
= 1195
ST/1195
Postcard, Filey Brigg, Yorkshire
= 1196
ST/1196
Postcards, Stamford, Yorkshire
= 1197
ST/1197
Postcards, views of York
= 1198
ST/1198
Postcards, views of Scotland
= 1199
ST/1199
Postcards, views of Wales
= 1200
ST/1200
Postcard, Tramore, Waterford, Ireland
= 1201
ST/1201
Postcards, ships and other views
= 1202
ST/1202
Postcards, Austria
= 1203
ST/1203
Postcard, Ostend, Belgium
= 1204
ST/1204
Postcards, places in Czechoslovakia
= 1205
ST/1205
Postcards, Sophie Stephens' tour in Czechoslovakia and Hungary
= 1206
ST/1206
Postcard, statue of Buddha, Sri Lanka
= 1207
ST/1207
Postcard, pyramids of Giza, Egypt
= 1208
ST/1208
Postcards of France
= 1209
ST/1209
Postcards, places in Germany and Austria
= 1210
ST/1210
Prints of Darmstadt, Germany
= 1211
ST/1211
Postcards, hiking holiday in the Black Forest, Germany
= 1212
ST/1212
Postcards, Greece and Corfu
= 1213
ST/1213
Postcards of Holland
= 1214
ST/1214
Postcards of Italy
= 1215
ST/1215
Postcard, Otori of Miyajama, Japan
= 1216
ST/1216
Postcard, Riga, Latvia
= 1217
ST/1217
Postcard, Sea of Galilee, Palestine
= 1218
ST/1218
Postcards of Russia
= 1219
ST/1219
Postcard, San Marino
= 1220
ST/1220
Postcards of Scandinavia
= 1221
ST/1221
Postcards, Spain and Portugal
= 1222
ST/1222
Postcards of Switzerland
= 1223
ST/1223
Postcards of Poland
= 1224
ST/1224
Postcards, Istanbul and the Bosphorous, Turkey
= 1225
ST/1225
Postcards, various scenes
= 1226
ST/1226
Postcards, various non-British sites
= 1227
ST/1227
Print of engraving of Land's End, Sennen
= 1228
ST/1228
Print of engraving of Logan Rock
= 1229
ST/1229
Picture of Society of Friends' burial ground, Budock
= 1230
ST/1230
Prints, various views
= 1231
ST/1231
Photographs of academic staff, Cambridge University
= 1232
ST/1232
Sketch book, local views
= 1233
ST/1233
Pencil sketch of Falmouth harbour from the Bank
= 1234
ST/1234
Scrapbook with sketches and watercolours
= 1235
ST/1235
Sketch book, exercises in perspective
= 1236
ST/1236
Sketch pad
= 1237
ST/1237
Various drawings, paintings and sketches
= 1238
ST/1238
Christmas cards
= 1239
ST/1239
Confession of drunkenness by Samuel Cabell of Witney?
= 1240
ST/1240
Edicts against Quakers, published in Germany
= 1241
ST/1241
Pamphlets, Society of Friends
= 1242
ST/1242
Papers from Witney Monthly Meeting, Society of Friends
= 1243
ST/1243
Extract from lease for Come to Good meeting house, Feock
= 1244
ST/1244
Copies of Quaker records, poetry, etc
= 1245
ST/1245
Account of rebellion in Wenford
= 1246
ST/1246
Extract from journal of Samuel Neale reporting meeting at Kendal
= 1247
ST/1247
Account of work and character of Stephen Gullet
= 1248
ST/1248
Extract from minutes, formation of Honiton branch of Society of Friends
= 1249
ST/1249
Album of poetry, quotations and extracts
= 1250
ST/1250
Notebook with poetry and extracts from philosophical works
= 1251
ST/1251
'War Song', written by Robert Barclay Fox of Falmouth
= 1252
ST/1252
Obituary of Joseph Pease of Southend
= 1253
ST/1253
Account of building fund for Falmouth Society of Friends Meeting House
= 1254
ST/1254
Poem on Come to Good meeting house, Feock
= 1255
ST/1255
Letter from John Gill of Penryn applying for membership of Society of Friends
= 1256
ST/1256
Article on John Croker and his voyage to America, 1673-1727
= 1257
ST/1257
Poster inviting members of public to Falmouth meeting house
= 1258
ST/1258
Correspondence, matters of Society of Friends
= 1259
ST/1259
Portrait of Maria Fox
= 1260
ST/1260
Scrapbook of poetry, Quaker letters, anecdotes of various Quaker families
= 1261
ST/1261
Newspaper cutting, verses in memory of Miss Caroline Fox
= 1262
ST/1262
Epistle from London Yearly Meeting of Friends
= 1263
ST/1263
Obituary of Dr Thomas Hodgkin
= 1264
ST/1264
Obituary of Lucy Anna Hodgkin, widow of Thomas Hodgkin
= 1265
ST/1265
Articles on George Henry Fox (1845-1920) and Samuel Fox
= 1266
ST/1266
'A Fable of the Centenary Year' by Brian Sparkes
= 1267
ST/1267
Notes of paper on history of Cornish Friends
= 1268
ST/1268
Article, 'East Cornwall Monthly Meeting 100 Years Ago'
= 1269
ST/1269
Articles written by John Gilbert Stephens
= 1270
ST/1270
Details of records, Cornwall Monthly Meeting
= 1271
ST/1271
Newspaper cuttings, Society of Friends in the West of England
= 1272
ST/1272
Testimony to the life of Frederick Sanger
= 1273
ST/1273
Testimony to Charles Roden Buxton, died 1942
= 1274
ST/1274
Testimony to Joseph Edward Southall, died 1944
= 1275
ST/1275
Printed message of goodwill from Society of Friends 'to all men'
= 1276
ST/1276
Obituaries of Robert Howard Hodgkin, died 1951
= 1277
ST/1277
Pamphlet on Come to Good meeting house, Feock
= 1278
ST/1278
Poems written about Come to Good, Feock
= 1279
ST/1279
Notes on Camelford Meeting House and Walter Stephens
= 1280
ST/1280
Notes on Society of Friends, by John Gilbert Stephens
= 1281
ST/1281
Photograph of tablet, imprisonment of George Fox at Launceston
= 1282
ST/1282
Pamphlet, 'Interpreting Quaker Experience'
= 1283
ST/1283
Typed lecture on 'Speaking the Truth in Love'
= 1284
ST/1284
Newspaper cutting, Queen Victoria's coronation
= 1285
ST/1285
Newspaper cutting on 'The English Riveria'
= 1286
ST/1286
Newspaper celebrating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee
= 1287
ST/1287
Newspaper cuttings, murder of Tsar Nicholas, Russia
= 1288
ST/1288
Newspaper cutting, visit of President Wilson
= 1289
ST/1289
'The Nation', Irish Supplement
= 1290
ST/1290
'Manchester Guardian', centenary section
= 1291
ST/1291
Newspaper cutting, marriage of Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
= 1292
ST/1292
Newspaper supplement, marriage of Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
= 1293
ST/1293
Newspaper supplement, centenary of Great Western Railways
= 1294
ST/1294
Memorial edition of 'Manchester Guardian', tribute to CP Scott, former editor
= 1295
ST/1295
Newspaper cutting, death of King George V
= 1296
ST/1296
'The Times' weekly, King Edward VIII
= 1297
ST/1297
Article on T R Glover, by Harold Laski
= 1298
ST/1298
Obituary of Archbishop William Temple.
= 1299
ST/1299
Article on William Gladstone
= 1300
ST/1300
Article on on Roman snails in the Cotswolds, by Edmund Vale
= 1301
ST/1301
Newspaper cuttings on Abominable Snowman
= 1302
ST/1302
Newspaper supplement, Everest expedition
= 1303
ST/1303
Newspaper cutting, discovery of Roman Villa in Sicily
= 1304
ST/1304
Newspaper cutting, death of King George VI
= 1305
ST/1305
Newspaper cutting, funeral of King George VI
= 1306
ST/1306
Article on Falmouth Packet service
= 1307
ST/1307
Article on broad gauge railway
= 1308
ST/1308
Article, 'Prime Minister Surveys World Scene: Striving for Generation of Peace'
= 1309
ST/1309
Newspaper supplement, coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
= 1310
ST/1310
Newspaper cutting, news on coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
= 1311
ST/1311
'Illustrated London News' special supplement
= 1312
ST/1312
Newspaper supplements, ascent of Everest
= 1313
ST/1313
'Daily Mail' special coronation edition
= 1314
ST/1314
Newspaper cuttings, funeral of Winston Churchill
= 1315
ST/1315
Newspaper supplement, landing on moon
= 1316
ST/1316
Article on moon dust
= 1317
ST/1317
Newspaper cutting on bird life in the Camargue, France
= 1318
ST/1318
Newspaper cuttings on Archbishop William Temple
= 1319
ST/1319
Syllabus, Mr Myers' lectures on English history at Falmouth
= 1320
ST/1320
'St Feock' by Canon Doble
= 1321
ST/1321
Pamphlet by T F G Dexter on Cornish Names
= 1322
ST/1322
'Episodes in the History of Penryn'
= 1323
ST/1323
Article, 'The Opening of the Railway Line to Falmouth'
= 1324
ST/1324
Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society Report
= 1325
ST/1325
Pamphlet on history of Penwerris church
= 1326
ST/1326
'Old Cornwall'
= 1327
ST/1327
'Ancient Grammar Schools of Penryn', by R. Roddis
= 1328
ST/1328
Facsimile reprint of Domesday Book for Cornwall, 1861
= 1329
ST/1329
Pamphlet, 'Christ and our Enemies'
= 1330
ST/1330
Miscellaneous poetry