Papers relating to Edwin Swan Rickman
- 1841 - 1865
- Part of
- The Retreat Archive
- Archives and manuscripts
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Letters by him to Dr Kitching and to friend, letters to him from friends and from publishers Smith Elder and Co; notes on him by Dr Thurnham; 8 letters of introduction by the British Foreign Office to British representatives abroad in 1841 for his trip abroad to study education and the arts (these were procured by him while he was a patient at The Retreat, see details in case book) Patient no. 233, 497, 627, 713, in Retreat 1820, 1834 - 1835, 1841, 1845 - 1846 (discharged). Age 31 on first admission, Quaker, single, farmer, architect, accountant, from London, later Birmingham, later York. Mania
1841 - 1865
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