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Slide set: Works of the late Lord Tennyson (lecture: Newton & Co., 88-92 slides, 1892-1899)

Descriptive data for this set
Other related organisation

in stock of Newton & Co., 1899-1948 (item ref. DP)

Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (earliest possible 1892, latest possible 1899)
Related slide set

see also Enoch Arden (recitation: Newton & Co., 23 slides, in/before 1888)

People involved in slide production

DORÉ, Gustave  (1832-1883) – creator of source image(s), slides 11-47, 47a, 48, 48a, 48c

WATTS, G.F., R.A.  (1817-1904) – creator of source image(s), slide 48b


The four additional slides (47a, 48a-c) are not listed in the 1899 Newton catalogue, but are included in the 1909 and later editions.

Slides 66-88 (the section on 'Enoch Arden') appear to be the same as slides 1-23 of the separate set Enoch Arden (Lucerna 3005297).

Lucerna ID  3008339

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 28 January 2021

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