Correspondence and papers of Harry Evershed

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Consists of correspondence and papers of Harry Evershed relating to his work as engineer demonstrating steam ploughing and draining equipment in the Middle East 1883-1890; catalogues of agricultural machinery including for steam engines, traction engines and road rollers acquired by Harry Evershed and John William Evershed, working for Bomford and Evershed 1900-1905

Administrative / Biographical History

The papers were inherited from a fourth cousin, John William Evershed, who was the son of Harry Evershed, co-founder of Bomford and Evershed, and a nephew of Henry Evershed, a farmer in Surrey and contributor to the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England during the mid-nineteenth century

Conditions Governing Access

Available for consultation

Acquisition Information

Deposited in 1990

Note

Compiled by Zoe Watson, March 2004

Other Finding Aids

A detailed catalogue is available at the Museum of English Rural Life

Conditions Governing Use

Please contact the Archivist

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