By Finding Aid Authors: Tara Lyons, UIUC RBML Staff.
Primary Creator: Heron, Flodden W.
Other Creators: Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898
Extent: 27.0 Cubic Feet
Arrangement: Items are numbered sequentially (1-149) in the following categories: Articles contained in C.D.'s Deed Box (1-27); Miscellaneous Items and Realia (28-76); Correspondence (77-94); Magazines and Clippings (95-125); Typescripts of Flodden Heron (126-128); and Dealers' Catalogs (129-149).These items are located in boxes 1-31.
Access Restrictions: Open to researchers.
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Note: Photos in album and dimensions (in mm) are as follows:
1. Dr. Charles Carr Clerke (1799-1877), Archdeacon of Oxford, Sub-Dean of Christ Church: 12.7 X 10
2. Rev. Jacob Ley (1803-1881), Tutor at Christ Church: 12.6 X 9.5
3.Prof. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1815-1881), later Dean of Westminster: 12.7 X 10
4. Rev. Thomas Chamberlain (1810-1892), Vicar of St. Thomasâ??s, Oxford: 12.5 X 9.9
5. Rev. Charles Ranken Conybeare (1821-1885), Vicar of Itchin Stoke, Hampshire: 12.8 X 10.1
6. Prof. Walter Waddington Shirley (1829-1866), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History: 12.7 X 10
7. Prof. Friedrich Max MÃ¼ller (1823-1900), Professor of Comparative Philology: 12.6 X 9.5
8. Rev. Osborne Gordon (1813-1883), Tutor at Christ Church: 12.7 X 10
9. Rt. Rev. Charles Thomas Longley (1794-1868), Bishop of Ripon, later Archbishop of Canterbury: 12.7 X 10
10. Dr. William Jacobson (1804-1884), Regius Professor of Divinity at Christ Church: 12.7 X 9.4
11. Rev. George William Kitchin (1827-1912) and his wife, Alice Maud nÃ©e Taylor (1844?-1930): 12.6 X 9.4
12. Rev. George William Kitchin (1827-1912), Tutor at Christ Church, later Dean of Durham: 12.4 X 9.9
13. Augustus George Vernon Harcourt (1834-1919), Leeâ??s Reader in Chemistry: 12.6 X 10
14. Rev. Henry Parry Liddon (1829-1890), later Canon of St. Paulâ??s, London: 12.5 X 9.5
15. Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898), â??Lewis Carrollâ?: 12.3 X 10.4
16. Rev. Robert Godfrey Faussett (1827-1908), Steward and Treasurer of Christ Church: 12.7 X 10
17. Rev. Thomas Jones Prout (1823-1909), Vicar of Binsey: 12.6 X 10.1
18. Prof. Henry Wall (1810-1873), Wykeham Professor of Logic: 12.5 X 9.5
Arrangement: Oversize printmaterials will be stored in either oversize print shelving in UL6 South or will be stored in map cases in LL6 North. Oversize manuscriptmaterials will, by and large, be stored in oversize boxes in UL 6 North. Collections are arranged in oversize locations by collection ID number.
These materials are filed in manuscript shelving, as indicated below.