Papers of Henry Clark Barlow, comprising papers relating to his Dante studies, both published and unpublished work, including manuscripts and notes for unfinished essays and lectures, printed matter, and papers relating to the festivals of Dante. Also includes papers relating to his other studies, including a few items on geology and theology, and many sketches relating to the history of art, to architecture and to topography. Personal papers, including Barlow's diaries and journals in which he wrote his observations on the architecture, art, geology, history and people of the places he visited, travel notes, and correspondence devoted almost entirely to Dante matters. There are also some acquired papers, including photographs, pictures, books, maps, plans, printed matter and ephemera.
Jacqueline Golden, A list of the papers and correspondence of Henry Clark Barlow, M.D. (1806-1876) (London, 1985).
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