Illustrated Diary

Scope and Content

Consists of 3 volumes of scrapbooks created by George Edward Crawhall, brother of Joseph Crawhall II. The volumes largely consists of art work, such as watercolour drawings and pencil sketches, which are often accompanied by annotations; particuarly hunting notes. Other material in the diaries include newspaper articles, poems and quotes.


The volumes remain in the order they were put into by George Edward Crawhall to create 'a very rough illustrated diary - of incidents - in sport and natural history'.

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