'A catalogue of a collection of British and American books on morals, etiquette, callisthenics, costume, pastimes, letter-writing, conversation, domestic economy and servants, the majority published between 1837 and 1914, in the possession of Mrs Sheila Munby at 24 Millington Road, Cambridge', typescript card entries stuck into a volume. There is an accompanying letter from Sheila Munby to David McKitterick, 2 February , regarding the catalogue, and another from James M. Wells, Associate Director, The Newberry Library, Chicago, to Mrs Munby, 23 October 1973, regarding the purchase of courtesy books from her, with an invitation card to their grand opening.
Sheila Munby: Catalogue of books
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Administrative / Biographical History
Sheila Rachel Munby, daughter of Vivian Francis Crowther-Smith, a London solicitor, married the historian and book collector A.N.L. Munby (1913-1974) in 1945. The couple had one son.
Open for consultation by holders of a Reader's Ticket valid for the Manuscripts Reading Room.
Presented by Mrs Sheila Munby, 1981.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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