Collection of Annie Holdsworth Lee-Hamilton Materials
Scope and Contents
The collection contains letters to Violet Paget, copies of letters from Paget, and one manuscript tipped into book by her husband, Eugene Lee-Hamilton.
- 1902 - 1908
- Holdsworth, Annie E., 1860-1917 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Materials to be used on site during regular Special Collections hours or by appointment. Photocopying or scanning may be possible at discretion of staff for nominal fee. Digital cameras are permitted. Materials may be protected by copyright.
Biographical / Historical
Annie E. Holdsworth was an Anglo-Caribbean novelist; born in Jamaica; daughter of the Reverend William Holdsworth; married Eugene Lee-Hamilton in 1898. She began writing as a girl; came to London on father's death; first worked on the staff of Review of Reviews; became co-editor with Lady Henry Somerset of The Woman's Signal.
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Language of Materials
The collection contains letters to Violet Paget, copies of letters from Paget, and one manuscript in book by her husband, Eugene Lee-Hamilton.
Materials arranged in three series: Correspondence from Annie Holdsworth Lee-Hamilton, Correspondence to Annie Holdsworth Lee-Hamilton, Manuscripts.
Materials acquired via gift or purchase.
- Finding Aid for the Collection of Annie Holdsworth Lee-Hamilton Materials
- Colby College Special Collections, Waterville, Maine
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Part of the Colby College Special Collections Repository