Page 117 of E.A. Bowles’ scrap book relating to the garden at Myddelton House

Scope and Content

Page 117 is blank

Enclosure 13 (stored in folder EAB/1/1/4 (2 of 2)):

Press cutting, 1945

Eight letters:

R.P. Leonard, at Rolcut, 11 Lonsdale Road, Kilburn, London NW6, to Bowles, 3 Feb 1949

E.J. Salisbury, at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to Bowles, 10 Jun 1948

R. Wallace, at R. Wallace & Co, The Old Gardens, Tunbridge Wells, to Bowles, 14 Jul 1941

E.S. Britton, at Pond’s Close, Bolham, to Bowles, 28 Sep 1948

Aimee M. Dickson, at Woodhouse, Dunscore, Dumfriesshire, to Bowles, 9 Oct 1948

Aimee M. Dickson, at Woodhouse, Dunscore, Dumfriesshire, to Bowles, 27 Sep, no year

E.S. Britton, at Pond’s Close, Bolham, near Tiverton, Devon, to Bowles, 12 Aug 1948

Christine R. Falwasser, at Daphne Cottage, Muckairn, Taynuilt, Argyll, to Bowles, 25 Jan 1949

Envelope, postmarked 17 Dec 1947, containing a business card for Ada Everitt, glove maker

Five press cuttings and advertisements relating to rodent control, 1940s

Envelope addressed to Bowles, undated

Advertisement for Rolcut universal hoe, undated [c.1940s]

Four photographs:

E.A. Bowles sitting in the rock garden at Myddelton House. Caption, ‘Taken by Andrew 1950’. Maker, Andrew Parker Bowles. 1950

Three photographs and envelope addressed to G. Parker:

Prunus sargentii in Myddelton House garden, Caption, ‘Sargentii MH’. Maker, G. Parker. Undated [c.1940s]

Two photographs of Iris innominata. Caption, ‘Iris innominata MH’. Maker, G. Parker. Undated [c.1940s]

Two receipts from Rolcut, 1952

Empty envelope annotated, ‘Plants received in 1948 from Miss Britton and Miss Dickson’, undated