Series 4 - Anthony Welch

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Anthony Welch

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  • 1994-2007 (Creation)

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62 cm of textual records, 161 photographs, 346 slides, 27 architectural drawings (Xeroxed)

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Series consists of records generated by Dr. S. Anthony Welch, former professor of fine art at the University of Victoria, from his research on Bayne. Contains student papers from classes he taught, SSHRC and other grant applications, notes and correspondence regarding Bayne, and information on the Maltwood exhibit on Bayne; 27 Xeroxed architectural drawings of the Railway Office in Kolkata. Also includes a printed copy of the book Travels and Journal through Part of Asia During About Four Years Undertaken by Me, Ambrosio Bembo, Venetian Noble, translated by Clara Bargellini with an introduction by Welch. This book was published in 2007 by the University of California Press. Finally, there is a folder of telegrams of and sketches by Edward Thornton (1869-1916).

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