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us: Stevens, Henry, Jr., 1819-1886

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    • found: His Catalogue of my English library, 1853.
    • found: University of Vermont Libraries Special Collections for the Henry Stevens papers, 1757-1870 (Henry Stevens, Jr.; born 1819; died 1886; London bookseller and collector; instrumental in building the libraries of John Carter Brown, James Lenox and Peter Force)
    • found: The New England historical and genealogical register 1886: p.347 (Henry Stevens, F.S.A., of London, England, died in London, 28 Feb. 1886; born 24 Aug. 1819 at Barnet, Vt.; graduate at Yale College in 1843; in 1845 he went to London and commenced business as a dealer in rare historical and antiquarian books)
    • found: The Vermont encyclopedia, 2003: p.280 (Stevens, Henry, Jr., 1819-1887 [as printed], of Barnet; with his bookselling firm established by 1843, he left for Europe in 1845; his firm still operates in the United States as Henry Stevens, Son & Stiles; son of Henry, Stevens, Sr., born 1791)
    • found: William L. Clements Library, Manuscripts Division, University of Michigan website, viewed 17 Nov. 2015: under Henry Stevens Papers, 1812-1935 (Henry Stevens, born 1819, established himself in London in 1845 as a dealer of rare books and manuscripts; in 1885, his son Henry Newton Stevens became a partner in his father's firm, then called Henry Stevens & Son; in 1895 Robert E. Stiles joined the firm, which then became Henry Stevens, Son and Stiles)
    • found: Henry Stevens, Son and Stiles. Catalogue, new series 105, [undated]: t.p. verso (American & antiquarian booksellers; established 1839 by Henry Stevens of Vermont, b1819-d1886)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 12 Jan. 2016 (Henry Stevens, bibliographer, 24 August 1819- 28 February 1886; born in Barnet, Vermont; died at South Hampstead, England; in 1845 he went to London, where he was employed during most of the remainder of his life as a collector of Americana for the British Museum and for various public and private American libraries)
    • found: British Library general catalogue of printed books to 1975, 1979-1987 (heading: Stevens (Henry) F.S.A., of Vermont)
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