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  • Letter from John Walter Cross to Helen Allingham, February 1, 1885
    Multi-Page Item | 6 pages | 1885 | William Allingham papers, 1846-1920One letter from English author, and husband of George Eliot, John Walter Cross to Helen Allingham writing in regards to the illustration he commissioned. Cross mentions that Helen's artistic work for the third volume was beautiful, and that he had not seen the illustration till a week before the book came out. He apologizes for not writing to Helen sooner to thank her.
  • Letter from John Walter Cross to Helen Allingham, July 11, 1884
    Multi-Page Item | 7 pages | 1884 | William Allingham papers, 1846-1920One letter from English author, and husband of George Eliot, John Walter Cross to Helen Allingham asking for assistance regarding illustrations for a book about his wife's life. Cross writes that Eliot had written to Mr. Blackwood mentioning "she knows someone who would do them charmingly - Mrs. Allingham." Cross asks that Helen create illustrations of Eliot's childhood home...