I’m happy to report that the built-in bookshelves are done and painted and my library is back where it belongs. Although most books can now be found on the internet, I’m never parting with my core library, consisting primarily of books on London, Wellington, Brummell, period diaries and letters and Queen Victoria. For those of you who have expressed an interest in browsing my bookshelves, here’s a good representation of what they hold.
Early Rumblings of a Regency From the Pens of Creevey, General and Captain Moore - Thomas Creevey Mr. Creevey to Dr. Currie. 22nd Aug., 1803."... I saw a great deal of Sheridan. We dined Read More
ON THE SHELF – THE ROY STRONG DIARIES - In 1959, Roy Strong became an assistant keeper at London's National Portrait Gallery and was appointed as its Director in Read More