Corbould
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Correspondence between
Robert Rutter Corbould and Edward Henry Corbould RI
1884-1896

Robert Rutter Corbould corresponded for twelve years with Edward Henry Corbould RI. Unfortunately, we have only the letters from Edward Henry.

These letters, some of which were illustrated by Edward Henry, are listed below. Click the appropriate link to read the pdf version.

In many case, the envelope containing the letter is included in the pdf file. The stamps on the envelopes may be of interest to stamp collectors. Edward Henry often illustrated the envelope.

From and to, comment
Date
 
EHC to RRC written in pencil on the theatre program for the play Two Gentlemen of Verona. EHC's son Victor Albert Louis Edward Corbould appeared in this 1884 production as Launce.
FJC to EHC and then EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
George Haywood to EHC and then EHC to RRC
Maria Corbould to EHC and then EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC writing (assumed to RRC) about the deaths of two of his children: Julia in 1861 in London, and Arthur in 1878 in Melbourne; and correspondence from Queen Victoria and her daughter Princess Alice. PDF includes letter about Arthur's grave in St Kilda Cemetery.
Unknown - after 1878, and probably written late 1889
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
E Edwards to EHC and then EHC to RRC
James Bean to EHC and then EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC returning RRC's envelope to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC
EHC to RRC (at this point EHC was 80 years old, and was preparing for the wedding of his youngest daughter Rosina, who was 25 at the time.)
Enclosure sent to RRC by EHC

 

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EHC to RRC envelope