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NameHenry Edwards Huntington
Livedb. 1850-02-27 - d. 1927-05-23 (new)
Linked Manuscriptsmanuscript owner - A Funerall Sermon vpon the death of the Countesse: EL 6885 (35/B/21)manuscript owner - A Godlie and Profitable Sermon: HM 47865manuscript owner - An Elegiack Comemoration: EL 31/A/5manuscript owner - Anonymous sermon on Hebrews 12:3: EL 1171 (34/B/41)manuscript owner - A Seasonable Discourse to the Clergy & Laity in a Visitation Sermon: EL 8388 (35/B/38)manuscript owner - A Sermon at Whitehall: EL 6867 (34/A/18)manuscript owner - A Sermon by Mr Fowler: EL 34/B/1manuscript owner - A Sermon by M:r John Carter: EL 6880 (35/B/16)manuscript owner - A Sermon by Mr. John Carter: EL 6882 (35/B/18)manuscript owner - A Sermon, of Law, Nature, and Conscience: EL 8389 (35/B/39)manuscript owner - A Sermon preach'd at the Opening of the new Chapell: EL 8619 (35/B/42)manuscript owner - A Sermon Preached at Little Gaddesden: EL 6883 (35/B/19)manuscript owner - A Sermon Preached at Little Gadesden: EL 6881 (35/B/17)manuscript owner - A Sermon Preached before his Maiestie, vpon Innocentes daie: EL 6886 (35/B/22)manuscript owner - A Sermon preached in St Pauls Church: EL 6868 (35/B/3)manuscript owner - Certaine Collections of the Right hon:ble Elizabeth late Countesse of Huntingdon: EL 6871 (35/B/8)manuscript owner - Extract from a sermon by Calybute Downing, c. 1642: EL 6874manuscript owner - Mans Perdition & Salvation with their seuerall causes Displayed and opened: EL 8178 (35/B/28)manuscript owner - Miscellanea: EL 34/C/2manuscript owner - Miscellaneous Papers: EL 6162-6206manuscript owner - Mr. Heylin, at ye buriall of my sonne: EL 8373manuscript owner - M:r John Carter's Funerall Sermon, for Frances Countesse of Bridgewater: EL 6887 (35/B/23)manuscript owner - Mr Kinges Sermon before his Maty at Otelandes: EL 1151 (34/B/36)manuscript owner - Prayers and a sermon by John Carter: EL 6884 (35/B/20)manuscript owner - Sermon by John Rawlinson: EL 6866 (35/B/2)manuscript owner - Sermon by Mr Moore: EL 34/B/62manuscript owner - Sermon by Richard Hooker: EL 8178e (35/B/30)manuscript owner - Sermon by Samuel Danforth: HM 32477manuscript owner - Sermon on 2 Samuel 12:13-14: EL 11636 (35/B/57)manuscript owner - Sermon Preached at Ludlowe: EL 6873 (35/B/10)manuscript owner - Sermon Preached at Ludlowe: EL 6879 (35/B/15)manuscript owner - The Everlasting Covenant: EL 11635 (35/B/6)manuscript owner - The Pilgrims Staffe: EL 8178a (34/A/20)manuscript owner - The Rehearsall Sermon: EL 1172 (34/B/42)manuscript owner - The Thankfvll Leper or Samaritan: EL 8178c (35/B/29)manuscript owner - Three Sermons: EL 8178d (34/A/22)manuscript owner - Two sermons by Dr. Skynner: EL 6876 (35/B/12)
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Source of DataIan Chilvers, ed., The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists, 4th edn (online version, 2009); Hannah Yip.
Biographical Sources ConsultedIan Chilvers, ed., The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists, 4th edn (online version, 2009)
Other NoteHenry Edwards Huntington was born on 27 February 1850 in Oneonta, NY. He made his fortune primarily from the railway industry. Huntington began collecting books from 1903, and retired from his business interests to devote himself to collecting from 1910. Notable purchases included the E. Dwight Church Library of Americana and the Bridgewater House Library. His interests in art centred primarily on British paintings of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. In 1919, he established the Huntington Library in San Marino, CA. He died on 23 May 1927 in Philadelphia, PA. For more information about Huntington, see William B. Friedricks, Henry E. Huntington and the Creation of Southern California (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1992) and James Thorpe, Henry Edwards Huntington: A Biography (Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, 1994).
GEMMS record createdOctober 30, 2019
GEMMS record last editedOctober 30, 2019