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Armstrong Browning Library

Categories: Museums / Libraries

Countries: USA

The library is located on the campus of Baylor University in Waco, Texas. It houses one of the largest collections of letters and manuscripts by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, which was donated by Doctor Andrew Armstrong. It also houses what is thought to be the largest collection of secular stained glass in the world. 

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Armstrong Browning Library

Creations Information

Robert Browning - SE5

{Beneath a silhouette:}  Robert Browning poet, born Camberwell 1812, lived on...

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Robert Browning - W2 Westminster plaque

He lived at what was number 19 Warwick Crescent.

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Other Subjects

Joseph William Comyns Carr

Joseph William Comyns Carr

Born 47 Devonshire Street. Author, gallery director and theatre manager. In 1877 he became co-director of the Grosvenor Gallery in Bond Street, which promoted the work of the Pre-Raphaelite Brother...

Person, Art, Literature, Museums / Libraries, Theatre

1 memorial
Thomas Park F.S.A.

Thomas Park F.S.A.

"The poetical antiquary", bibliographer and engraver. He published his own verse but mainly he edited historical and literary works. Father of John James Park.

Person, History, Literature, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial
Sir Ashton Lever

Sir Ashton Lever

Natural history collector. Born at the family seat near Manchester where he also died. His museum was at Leicester House on the northern side of Leicester Square and called the Holophusikon, or Hol...

Person, Museums / Libraries, Science

1 memorial
Alfred Cotgreave

Alfred Cotgreave

Alfred Cotgreave was born on 7 June 1846 in Eccleston, Cheshire, the son of Robert and Mary Cotgreave and was baptised as Alfred Robert Cotgreave on 4 April 1847 in St Catherine's Church, Tranmere,...

Person, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Henry E. Poole

Henry E. Poole

Secretary to the Commissioners for the 1892 Westminster Public Library. Became librarian in Great Smith Street in March 1881 and went on to be employed by Westminster City Council as a branch libra...

Person, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration

1 memorial