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Boy talking to grandma

Consists of a watercolour sketch of a boy talking to his grandma while she is knitting. Caption reads: "Always knitting Gran'ma." Grandma - "Yes dear - socks for the poor - you kow the Bible tells us 'Charity covers…'" "Oh yes! I remember - a multitude of shins!"

Clergyman consoling a widow

Consists of a watercolour sketch of a clergyman consoling a widow. Caption reads: Clergyman - "My Dear Mrs Smith - I wish most sincerely to console with you on the loss of your husband- he was…" Mrs S. - "Ah: but there's one thing - I know where he spends his evenings now!"


Consists of letters sent to and from Joseph Crawhall II. A large proportion of these letters are from Andrew Tuer, joint owner of The Leadenhall Press, and Charles Keene, an artist and good friend of Joseph Crawhall II.

Also consists of letters sent to Thomas Crawhall, Joseph Crawhall II's grandfather, and to Mrs. Crawhall, wife of Joseph Crawhall II.

The letters concern both personal and professional matters.

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