Manuscript diary entitled "a short account of an eleven days tour in Dorset, Devon && Cornwall. August-Sept. 1877", taken by the Maybury family, that is Mother, William, Horace (the writer) and Gertrude, who were known as the Touring Party. In 1881 a tour by the same party was recorded in "Some account of a thirteen days tour in Wales 1881". These tours were entered in the volume by Horace Maybury in October 1877 and June 24 1882.
Manuscript Diary of the Touring Party
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The diary was transcribed by Horace Maybury. Biographical details about the family are not known.
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This diary was deposited in the Centre by the National Cycle Archive, by whom it had been purchased in June 1997.
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An authority record exists for Horace Maybury (GB 152 AAR2220).
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