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Coleridge family
Literary File, Photography Collection

32 items

Acquisition: Internal transfers
Access: Open for research
Processed by: Susan McClellan and Mary Foster, 2006
RLIN Record ID: None


Table of Contents

Scope and Contents
Item List
Index of Photographers

Scope and Contents

The Coleridge family Literary File consists of 32 photographs, including portraits of various members of the Coleridge family. An index at the end of this guide lists photographers whose work is featured in this file. Further descriptions of some items are available in a card catalog in the repository.

This file forms a part of the Literary File Collection, which is comprised of photographs and albums withdrawn from the libraries and/or papers of literary figures, and generally include portraits and images collected by or of those figures.

*Items are located at PH:LF:Coleridge family, unless otherwise indicated.


Item List

Container Accession / P No.           Description
*P1 Photographic reproduction of a drawing of an unidentified middle-aged man (Derwent Coleridge?).
* P2Photographic reproduction of a drawing of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 1772-1834.
* P3Hand-tinted cabinet card portrait of Derwent Moultrie Coleridge and his wife.
* P4-P5Variant cabinet card portraits of Mrs. Derwent Coleridge.
* P6, P7A-P7B, P8A-P8BPortraits of Ernest Hartley Coleridge.
* P9Portraits of Arthur Coleridge, an unidentified man, and an unidentified woman (3 individual portraits mounted together on one leaf).
*P10 Cabinet card portrait of Ernest H. Coleridge and T. R. Buchanan.
*P11 Reproduction of an unpublished early drawing of William Wordsworth.
*P12 Carte-de-visite portrait of Dorothy Wordsworth.
*P13 Portrait of an unidentified man (an actor?) in a velvet suit with a cape, seated in a carved chair.
*P14 Photographic postcard of an exterior view of Galley(?) Hill Church.
*P15 Group portrait of 7 unidentified young men and boys with bicycles.
*P16A-P16B Exterior views of a vicarage which is the supposed birthplace of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
* P17View of the chimney piece from the same vicarage.
*P18 View of Ellen Lovett's place of business as a "licensed retailer of spirits & beer & dealer in tobacco."
* P19Photographic reproduction of a drawing of Old Market Cross.
* P20View of William and Mary Wordsworth's grave.
* P21View of Hartley Coleridge's grave.
*P22 Interior view of "Christabel's" sitting room at Cheyne, Torquay.
*P24 Photographic postcard of an interior view of an unidentified church.
*P25 Exterior view of an unidentified church (same one as in P24?).
*P26 Group portrait of 7 unidentified people (1 man, 3 women, 2 boys, and 1 girl) and a dog.
*P27 Group portrait of 9 unidentified people (6 women and 3 men).
*P29 Portrait of the Rev. Gerard Hartley Buchanan Coleridge (Alwyne Coleridge's father); signed on image recto.
* 980:0058:0001Portrait of an unidentified woman.
PH:LF:OV Box, Small P28Photographic reproduction of a drawing of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 1772-1834.


Index of Photographers

Elliott & Fry--P28
Emberson, photographer--P15
J. Russell & Sons--P4, P8A
Moffat, J.--P10
Rose K. Durrant & Son--P7A-P7B, 980:0058:0001
Scott, Benjamin, photographer--P12
Scott, David, fl. ca. 1857-1891--P3
W. & E. Saveall--P14


Coleridge family Literary File Finding Aid
(Last modified: 10 July 2007)

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