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Includes, inter alia, diaries and address books; personal documentation; correspondence files; papers relating to St Cross, 3 Albemarle Road, Norwich, papers relating to early photography with particular reference to Thomas Damant Eaton; and family photographs.

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Includes journal recording events, mainly in French language and containing loose papers, 1914-1989 [no. 1]; family record book, mainly written in the French language, c 1930s [no. 2]; volume containing notes about family and friends with newspaper cuttings and photographs, mainly written in French language, 1930-1970s [no. 3]; address books with papers loosely inserted, 1936-c 1980s [nos. 4-5]; volume containing notes about stocks and shares, with related papers loosely inserted, 1936-1991[no. 6]; exercise book containing notes, mainly in the French language, relating to hotels and places to stay in the United Kingdom, Europe and America, with related papers loosely inserted, c 1950s-1990s [no. 7]; birthday and anniversary record book with papers loosely inserted, undated [20th century] [no. 8]; bibliography mainly relating to flowers with lists of botanical plant names and includes some cuttings of pictures of flowers and plants at the end of the volume, probably compiled and used for Mrs de Carle Smith's study of 'Flowers in Painting', which was deposited with the Castle Museum, Norwich, in the 1980s, undated [1980s] [no. 9]; copy of 'Norfolk Country Churches and The Future', edited by Wilhelmine Harrod, 1972 [no. 10]; copy of a publication entitled 'Colourful Norwich', 1981 [no. 11]; pamphlet about General Dufour, in the French language, 1987 [no. 12]; and volume containing notes written in the French language with extracts from the Old Testament, 1990s [no. 13].

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Edmund Rolfe (1700-1774), 1710-1756; Edmund Rolfe (1738-1817), 1663-1829; Catherine Francis Rolfe (c 1771-1837), 1792-1829; Strickland Charles Edward Neville Rolfe (1789-1852), 1814-1889; Charles Fawcett Neville Rolfe. (1815-1869), 1834-1877; Henry Fawcett Neville Rolfe (1817-1842), 1834-1841; Martha Holt Neville Rolfe (1818-1863), 1837-1878; Eustace Neville Rolfe (1845-1908), Late 18th century-1962; Ernest Neville Rolfe (1847-1909), 1862; Charles William Neville Rolfe (1851-1932), 1877-1888; Amy Neville Rolfe (1868-1964), 1868-1900; Ivy Neville Rolfe (1869-1892), 1889-1891; Robert William Theodore Gunther (1869-1940), 1894-1920; A.E. Gunther, 1903-1985; Arthur Neville-Rolfe, 1915-1918; Books and Publications, 1599-1924; Photographs, 1840-1908; Miscellaneous family papers and genealogical notes, 16th century-1945.

Diaries.

1876 (visit to South Africa); 1877-1878 (with letters etc. stuck in and Continental diary of 1857); 1879-1883 (Sedgeford and Naples); 1884-1889 (Naples and Norfolk); 1890-1893 (Naples).

Vol. Ia. Letters mainly to and from Eustace Neville Rolfe

Including a number to Mrs Fanny and Miss Bessie Black. Also several to and from Amy Neville Rolfe and a couple from Holcombe Ingleby re the sale of Heacham Hall.

Holcombe Ingleby; 1854-1926; politician, historian, Mayor of King's Lynn; King's Lynn, Norfolk

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