Albinia Lucy Cust Wherry Correspondence
Scope and Content
Letters from prominent scholars regarding Wherry's research, especially relating to her article "The Dancing Tower Processions of Italy" (Folklore, 16:1905), and in two instances to an article by her daughter, Beatrix A. Wherry, "Wizardry on the Welsh Border" (Folklore, 15:1904). Correspondents include Sidney Hartland, Charlotte S. Burne, J.G. Frazer, A.B. Cook. A.C. Haddon, and E. Dart.
- Wherry, Albinia, 1857-1929. (Person)
The collection is open for research.
Albinia Lucy Cust Wherry was the author of numerous books, including works on Daniel DeFoe, the artist Turner, Greek sculpture, and Tuscan artists, etc.
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Letters from scholars regarding Wherry's research, especially relating to her article "The Dancing Tower Processions of Italy."
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- A Guide to the Albinia Lucy Cust Wherry Correspondence
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- November 2004
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