|Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)||HM/279|
|Title||Autograph letter, from [Charles Dickens] |
|Date||19 April 1858|
|Description||The signature has been cut from the letter but the address is Tavistock House, which was the London home of British author Charles Dickens and his family from 1851 to 1860. |
The letter discusses Household Words; Shuttleworth's scheme; Macready. Believes a paper called 'Home for homeless women' would be of interest to Harriet Martineau.
|Physical Description||Signature found to be cut from the letter|