Collection: MS 1700: Miscellaneous papers collected by W. T. Freemantle

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Title: Miscellaneous papers collected by W. T. Freemantle

Level: Collection 

Classmark: MS 1700

Creator(s): Freemantle, W T

Date: c.1775-c.1925

Main language: English

Size and medium: 1 folder, 1 envelope; typescript papers, manuscript notes, envelope

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/7622 

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Description

Includes papers on local history and music compiled and written by W. T. Freemantle. There are many music scores.

Administrative or biographical history

William Thomas Freemantle (1849-1931), of Barbot Hall, Rotherham, was a bibliographer and book collector whose Yorkshire collections came into the possession of Lord Brotherton. He published, by subscription, the very detailed A Bibliography of Sheffield and Vicinity: Section 1, To the end of 1700 (Sheffield, 1911).

Provenance

The collection was compiled by William Thomas Freemantle.

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