This collection consists of papers of British politician, historian, and diplomat Viscount James
Bryce (1838-1922) including correspondence dealing with personal, political and business/publishing matters from Bryce to
in the political, social, and literary worlds of England and America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
James Bryce, Viscount Bryce (1838-1922), British politician, historian and diplomat, was born in Belfast, on May 10, 1838;
he was educated at the University of Glasgow and Trinity College, Oxford. He was called to the Bar in 1867, and first elected
to Parliament as a Liberal in 1880, where he remained until 1907. Throughout his life, Bryce travelled and wrote extensively,
and was active in the intellectual and literary communities of England, America and Europe.
120 pieces + ephemera in 2 boxes
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