Letters: 'Mich' to 'St. C.'

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Comprises five letters from 'Mich' to 'St C'. The La Touche's governess, Miss Bunnett, was known as Bun which lead to the family adopting 'Crumpet' as a nickname for John Ruskin. His work with the homeless lead to 'Saint' being added to this. It is unclear who 'Mich' is. One letter is from Harristown, County Kildare whjich was the estate of the La Touche family.

Administrative / Biographical History

See U DP/7

Conditions Governing Access

Access will be granted to any accredited reader

Custodial History

Purchased from T Thorp, 149 High St., Guildford, 12 October 1936

Related Material

Part of an original bundle covering U DP/7-15

Hull University Archives: DX/2

Other repositories:

Ruskin Galleries, Bembridge, Isle of Wight

John Rylands Library, Manchester

Cumbria Record Office

British Library

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Ruskin Gallery Collection of the Guild of St George, Sheffield

Bodleian Library

Trinity College, Cambridge

Ruskin Library, University of Lancaster