Sidney Herbert Burchell, an English born novelist, used 17th century England as a backdrop for most of his novels. The collection
contains manuscripts, typescripts, clippings, and photographs related to Burchell's life and work including manuscripts and
drafts for several of his books.
Burchell, an English born novelist, used 17th century England as a backdrop for most of his novels; he came to California
and used Redlands in the early days of the automobile as a locale for his book, Jacob Peek, Orange Grower (1915); his other books include: In the Days of King James (1898), The Duke's Servants (1899), Daniel Herrick (1900), My Lady of the Bass (1903), The Prisoner of Carisbrooke (1904), The Mistress of the Robes (1905), The Grip of Fear (1906), Clods and Clover (1908), and Shepherd of the People (1924).
15 boxes (7.5 linear ft.)
Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library,
Department of Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright,
are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of
the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the
copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC
Regents do not hold the copyright.
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