Document ReferenceCF 2/4/7
TitleResearch correspondence; 1980-1994
Extent26 bundles
Content DescriptionIncludes correspondence with P. Hewlett regarding Aleen Cust's retirement in Hampshire, and correspondence with P. Filer regarding the Dazelwood property with plans.

Consists of correspondence with:
Part 1: Professor L.E. Lanyon, RVC, 1990
Part 2: D.J. Williams, Trojan Owners Club, 1985
Part 3: D.M. Cannell and Lord Bradford, 1985-1994
Part 4: P. Hewlett regarding Hampshire, 1980-1989
Part 5: P. Filer regarding Dazelwood, New Forest, 1984-1985
Part 6: B.M. Horder, RCVS Library, 1986-1987
Part 7: G. Garbe regarding Maids Moreton House, Buckinghamshire, 1985-1986
Part 8: J. and L. Dawson, 1985
Part 9: A.J. Youll, National Trust, regarding portrait of Sir Charles Cust, 1984
Part 10: M.V. Curtis, QMAAC, 1984-1985
Part 11: G.M. Lloyd, Mr Turner and Lady Cowdray, 1981-1986
Part 12: D. Auchterloniem and R. Swaby, 1983-1984
Part 13: J. Baker-Cresswell, 1980s
Part 14: Sally S., 1983-1984
Part 15: M. Dawson regarding Jamaica, 1982-1984
Part 16: M. Bowen, 1982
Part 17: J. Palmer regarding miniatures at Weston Park, Shifnal, 1982
Part 18: Arnolds Veterinary Products Ltd regarding 'The "Cust" Rope Release Hobble', 1982
Part 19: Dr H. Tomlinson, Archivist, 1982-1983
Part 20: Correspondence and notes regarding Shropshire, including correspondence with Lady Cowdray, D.R.B. Thompson and D. Randall, Archivist, 1981-1983
Part 21: A. Cox, Assistant Librarian, Food Research Institute, and A.V. Morey, Reading University, regarding Miss Edith Gertrude Knight aka Teddy Taylor, 1985
Part 22: Correspondence and notes regarding Miss Edith Gertrude Knight aka Teddy Taylor, 1981-1986
Part 23: Lord Brownlow regarding Belton House, 1981
Part 24: S. Bull, SWVS Charitable Trust, 1981
Part 25: Miscellaneous correspondence, including with R. Ewbank, R. Catton, I. Pattison, Professor E. Cotchin, and P. Horder, 1980-1986
Part 26: 'Other corr 1980-1981', correspondence regarding Windsor Castle and the Cust family, including with J. Langton, Registrar, Lord Bradford, and A. Cust, 1980-1981.
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