Address book Norfolk, England
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An address book possibly owned by Robert Fellowes of Shotesham Hall, Norfolk, England (Leo Cadogen). An alphabetical listing of names and addresses chiefly in and around London, England. Many of the people listed in the volume were of titled English families such as Countess Bruce, Lord Churchill, the Earl of Rosebery, Countess of Sheffield, and Lady Wodehouse. There are numerous members of the Fellowe's family listed in the volume. There are two alphabetical listings in the volume the first spans from circa 1836 with additions in 1837 and 1838. The second listing spans the years from 1847 to 1848. Some names are starred and some have been crossed out. A few names and addresses are listed inside the front cover.
Label pasted on inside front cover: John Stacy, printer, bookseller, binder, and stationer, No. 5 Gentleman's Walk, Old Haymarket Norwich ...
Former owner bookplate pasted on inside front cover: Ex libris R. C. Fiske, Nth. Walsham.
In pencil on inside front cover: Address book Fellowes Shotesham Hall.
Sold by Leo Cadogan Rare Books (London, England), 2018.
- University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
- Finding Aid Author
- Donna Brandolisio
- Finding Aid Date
- June 2018
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