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Crowquill (Alfred) Papers
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Alfred Crowquill was a pseudonym used by Alfred Henry Forrester (1804-1872), an English author and artist. This collection consists primarily of letters addressed to Forrester from 1824 through 1905.
Alfred Henry Forrester (1804-1872) was an English author and artist, who used the pseudonym of Alfred Crowquill. Forrester was born on September 10, 1804. Forrester frequently collaborated with his brother Charles Robert Forrester, who was a lawyer and writer. Crowquill's works included "Memorial of the Great Exhibition of 1851," a statuette of Wellington Bear, and Phantasmagoria of Fun. Forrester died on May 26, 1872.
6 Linear Feet (5 boxes, 2 oversize folders, 1 volume)
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