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Henry Mayhew Letter

A description of the item at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887.
Title: Henry Mayhew Letter
Inclusive Dates: 1853
Quantity: 1 folder (SC)
Abstract: One letter from the English author and reformer, seeking information regarding "the amount of the London traffic," presumably as research for one of his books.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Henry Mayhew (1812-1887) was an English journalist, playwright and social reformer. He was one of the two founders of the well-known magazine Punch and published several sociological studies of London's poor.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Henry Mayhew Letter consists of a single letter from Mayhew to an unidentified recipient, seeking information regarding "the amount of the London traffic," presumably as research for one of his books.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

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Use Restrictions

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Subject Headings

Persons

Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887.

Subjects

Authors, English -- 19th century.

Genres and Forms

Correspondence.

Occupations

Authors.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Henry Mayhew Letter,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Transfer from Rare Books, found laid in a copy of Mayhew's 1851, or, The adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Sandboys, their son and daughter, who came up to London to enjoy themselves and to see the Great Exhibition (1851).

Finding Aid Information

Created by: MRC
Date: 28 Jun 2010
Revision history:

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Inventory

Correspondence
SC 517 Miscellanous 1853

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