Includes notes and letters from recent research on some of these manuscripts.
A collection formerly at Eton College, and, in part, originally from the Huth Library. The Common-place books and Notes for English history are in 8 v. bound in red morocco. Another copy of the first 320 entries in v. 1 is in older binding. The letters and other materials have been annotated and grouped in 7 folders as follows: . Letters of Buckle, to 1861 (80 a.l.s., and four photocopies) . Buckle's eastern journey, 1861-62 (36 a.l.s. principally correspondence between Mrs. Huth and her two sons; 4 maps) . Correspondence about the death of Buckle (13 a.l.s., telegram and statements from Sandwith, acting consul of Damascus, and others) . Letters and statements, 1858-76 (20 a.l.s. and 5 photocopies) . Notes from or about 40-50 books or topics. . Buckle's tombstone (20 letters, drawings, photographs, etc.) . Seven offprints of posthumous articles from Fraser's magazine and negative of a port. of Buckle.
Library has (Volumes): v.1, v.2, v.3, v.4, v.5, v.6, v.7, v.8, v.9
Title: Correspondence to and from Henry Thomas Buckle.
Some letters are undated.
Each letter is designated either "From copy" or "From Orig.". University of Illinois collection also contains many of the original correspondence from which this book is composed.
Library has (Volumes): v.10