The Society of Noviomagus was founded in 1828 in England by a small circle of members of the Society of Antiquaries. The collection
consists of correspondence, invitations, minutes of meetings, holographs of both serious and humorous addresses, membership
rosters of the Society, and colored engravings and ink and wash drawings. Correspondence includes letters from Henry Stevens
and copies of letters from William Gladstone and Lord Randolph Churchill to Henry Stevens, Jr.
The Society of Noviomagus was founded in 1828 in England by a small circle of members of the Society of Antiquaries; meetings
featured dinner, drinking, and usually a “roasting” of one of the members, who included: Thomas Saunders, Samuel Carter Hall,
Joseph Durham, George R. Corner, William Henry Brooke, Thomas Crofton Croker, Alfred John Kempe, Robert Lemon, William Jerdan,
James Robinson Planche, George Godwin, Sir Francis Graham Moon, Henry Stevens, and John Noble.
2 boxes (1 linear ft.)
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