Carte de visite

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Letters to HLB

From: Lionel Moore, 2nd secretary at British Embassy, 1859-1864 (6; 3 copy letters from HLB, 1861, nd; some formerly in T/20, 35, 45, 60, 64, 80); Niven Moore, British Consul General, Beyrout, 1859-1860 (3, incl. 2 to William Brodie; 4 copy and dr...

Photographs and paper removed from album

Includes drawing of George Clayton Eaton [no.1]; cartes de visite of Katherine Ray Smee with hand colouring [nos. 2-3]; carte de visite of Frederick Smee [no. 4] and carte de visite of Frederick Smee with hand colouring [no.5].

Photograph album

Contains 16 cabinet prints and 37 cartes de visite, mainly of Eaton family members and close associates. Includes a photograph of Sir Peter Eade, Mayor of Norwich, 1883. Also contains a photograph of bears from a drawing. Includes annotations, pos...

Photograph album

Contains 36 cartes de visite mainly of Eaton family members and close associates. Also contains three cartes de visite of persons in national and regional dress including Scotland, North Wales and South Wales (possibly Gower). Includes annotations...

Photograph album

Contains 35 cartes de visite mainly of Eaton family members. Also includes photographs, mainly of architectural interest, including Lincoln and Ely Cathedral.

Photograph album

Contains 35 cartes de visite and other photographs, mainly of Eaton family members. Includes some annotations possibly by Frederic Eaton, with an incomplete list of contents at the front of the volume.

Photograph album

Contains 18 cartes de visite, mainly of Eaton family members. Includes some annotations possibly by Frederic Eaton, with an incomplete list of contents at the front of the volume.

Photograph album

Contains 18 cartes de visite, mainly of Eaton family members. Includes some annotations, possibly by Frederic Eaton, with incomplete list of contents at the front of the volume.