Papers of Anna Maria Bunn, 1826-1889 [manuscript]
- Bib ID:
- Bunn, Anna Maria, 1808-1889
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- 2 cm. (1 folder)
A collection of letters, press cuttings, recipes etc. Correspondents include J. G. Murray, T. A. Murray, H. M. Rudd, J. Richards, S. M. Mowle, C. Ryrie, Agnes Murray and C. Nichalson. Also included is a copy of the will of George Bunn, 10th August 1829.
- Manuscript reference no. : MS 2853.
- Originals in private ownership.
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- Literary Dramatic Musical
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