Archive Collection icon Archive Collection: SLINGSBY FAMILY OF SCRIVEN COLLECTIONS

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Title: SLINGSBY FAMILY OF SCRIVEN COLLECTIONS

Level: Collection 

Classmark: YAS/DD188

Date: 1869-1973

Size and medium: 6 boxes

Persistent link: https://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/444783 

Collection group(s): Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society

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Description

Further papers of the Slingsby family of Scriven, including estate and personal material 1869-1973, but mainly relating to the case of C E E Slingsby v H M Attorney General 1913-1916

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