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Antiquarian Papers

H.L. Bradfer-Lawrence was a keen collector of antiquarian papers. This section includes material by Guybon Goddard, Anthony Norris, Benjamin Mackerell, Sir John Fenn, Revd G.H. Dashwood, and G.H. Anderson. There are separate sections for the papers of Edward Milligen Beloe (BL/BE), Revd George Hunt Holley (BL/HO), Revd George Munford (BL/MF) and for H.L. Bradfer-Lawrence's own papers (BL/LW). Most of the papers listed in this section relate to north-west Norfolk or to King's Lynn.

Sir John Fenn; 1739-1794; antiquary; East Dereham, Norfolk

Letters, some with draft replies

Joseph T. Clover, University College Hospital, London concerning chemistry and medical text books and hospital life, 1848; E.L. Blackburne, Russell Square re visit to Norwich, 1879; Francis J. Day, Ordnance Survey Office, re photozincography of Norwich Domesday Book, 1883-1885; Augustus Jessopp headmaster of Norwich Grammar School re L'Estrange's extracts from Diocesan records, 1883; William Hudson enclosing copy for Rye re article on stone bridge at Norwich, 1885, and Norwich place-names; John Burgon Dean of Chichester re 'editio princeps' of New Testament, 1885 and Mr Field's papers; W. Aldis Wright re Field's theological MSS, 1885; A.H. Mann re references to organists in Cathedral rolls, 1890; correspondence from Karl Breul, Alfred Taylor and Emma Taylor and notes etc. re William Taylor of Norwich, 1898; William Vincent, Hockering, offering copies of Norfolk inscriptions for sale, 1899; W.H. St John Hope re return of Norwich. Sacrist's Rolls, 1900 and loss of Thornham font cover; Cunningham Geike re his book 'The Vicar and his Friends', 1901; Charles Ganz re Crabbe pedigree, 1907.