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Photocopy from Hampshire Studies vol 54.
- 1853 - [ca. 2000]
Collection consists of historical material regarding the Pre-Raphaelite artist and illustrator Arthur Hughes collected by Leonard Roberts and Maj. Greville Chester. The collection includes a large body of correspondence from Arthur Hughes to Susan Lushington, a variety of letters to other correspondents, 9 photographs of Hughes and his wife and daughters, examples of Hughes' illustrations and research materials such as family notes and reminiscences and copied articles.
- 1853-1919, [ca. 2000]
Series consists of 10 letters written by Hughes to various correspondents, including Frederic Stephens, William Holman Hunt, Henry Mogford, and Ellis Wells. Series also includes a DVD of transcriptions of all known extant Arthur Hughes letters in both private and public collections made by Leonard Roberts.
- [ca. 194-?]
Includes a Hughes family tree, a reminiscence of Jack and Agnes Hale-White (Agnes was the second daughter of Arthur Hughes) written by Hughes' granddaughter Cecily Hale-White, and notes on family history taken from conversations and letters with Cecily.
- 1868-1874, 1912
Series consists of a scrapbook of illustrations by Hughes clipped from various publications, and a Christmas poem ("The Shepherd's Gifts") illustrated by Hughes; as well as a print on linen illustrated by Hughes ("Cotton Famine Relief Committee").