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Notes and papers
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Two boxes, the first containing the items described in Scope and Content; the second unsorted notes and correspondence.
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Rievaulx abbey, letter and photograph relating to the discovery of a roundel (?of Abbot John of Ingheley), 1953;- 'The Right Road for the Study of Heraldry', typescript by London (published by the Soc. of Heraldic Antiquaries, 1950), and correspondence;- Rooting rings, notes (on versos of London's review of Lamborn's Armorial Glass (1949));- Roundels, notes and correspondence, 1950 (a fuller study was published in Notes and Queries, 195 (1950)); 'Senois - A Heraldic Tincture?', typescripts by London and French translation (Coat of Arms, 4 (1957), 206-7);- Notes, made 1957, on A. Soloviev, 'Les Emblèmes Héraldiques de Byzance', Seminarium Kondakovianum (1935), 119-64;- 'A Square Fret', typescript by London, 1952;- Trubleville pendants, notes and correspondence, 1948-9 (see A.J., 29 (1949), 204-6);- Uckfield RDC, correspondence, etc., relating to the coat of arms designed by London, 1947;- Winchester College, correspondence with John Harvey, 1953, relating to arms in Thurbern's Chantry, etc.;- Yale, correspondence and photographs, 1953.
London, Hugh Stanford (1884-1959), antiquary
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