Ref NoCROWE/PIC/F191854
AltRefNoF191854
CollectionCatherine Crowe Collection
TitleThe Crowe Album Volume 2
Date1970
Extent1 album
DescriptionAlbum with postcards and cuttings inserted. Each item is numbered and indexed. Includes copy of a portrait of Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe by Thomas Fraser; 5 photographs of Craigcrook Castle; photograph of 16 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh where Catherine Crowe lived in the early 1850's; photograph of Granton Pier; 4 photographs of Bowness; 2 postcards of Leamington; postcard of Clifton Down in 1906; facsimile of title page of the 3rd edition of 'The Night Side of Nature'; 2 photographs of Folkestone; 2 photographs of Crowe graves in Cheriton Road Cemetery; 8 postcards of Wiesbaden; photocopy of the heading from early issues of Chambers' Edinburgh Journal; sketch by Geoffrey Larken of Lieutenant General John Whitelocke; engraving of the Old Pier at Boulogne; dustjacket from A. Wallbank's 'Queens of the circulating libraries; facsimile of first page of 'Esther Hammonds wedding day' by Mrs Crowe; 5 postcards of Germany; postcard of Dieppe; reproduction of image of London; photocopy of letter by Samuel Brown to Joseph Repes mentioning Mrs Crowe, circa 1850; portrait by Rolinda Sharples; postcard of Rydal Lake, Cumbria; copy of a scene at the Tepid Swimming Bath, Bristol; engraving of Thomas de Quincey by Stocks. circa 1970. Label on front reads 'The Crowe Album - Vol. 2'
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/CROWE/PIC/F191854
Compiled by Geoffrey Larken
Related PersonCrowe, Catherine Ann (1790-1872), novelist and writer on the supernatural
Whitelocke, John (1757-1833), Lieutenant General
Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick (1781-1851), antiquary and artist
Fraser, Thomas, artist
Stocks, artist
Quincy, Thomas De 1785-1859, writer and author
Stocks, artist
Quincy, Thomas De 1785-1859, writer and author
Related PlaceEdinburgh
Craigcrook Castle, Edinburgh
Associated PersonBrown, Samuel (1817-1856)
Ropes, Joseph (1812-1885), artist
CategoryPhotographs
Postcards
Access conditionsThis material is available for consultation at the University of Kent's Special Collections & Archives reading room, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NU (specialcollections@kent.ac.uk).
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