Alfred Tennyson's Idylls of the King, photographically illustrated by Julia Margaret Cameron

Manuscript/Photographs and photogravures/Illustration/Image

Description

English

Full title
Illustrations by Julia Margaret Cameron of Alfred Tennyson's Idylls of the King and other poems. Miniature edition
Created
1875
Format
Manuscript / Photographs and photogravures / Illustration / Image
Creator
Julia Margaret Cameron [photographer] , Alfred Lord Tennyson
Held by
Tennyson Research Centre (Lincolnshire County Council)
Copyright: © 
Tennyson Research Centre (Lincolnshire County Council)
Usage Terms
Free from known copyright restrictions
Shelfmark
TRC/W/5445

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