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Crease family fonds
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[Engraving of British botanist, Dr. John Lindley, father of Sarah Crease]

Item consists of one portrait (engraving) of Dr. John Lindley, British botanist and father of Sarah Crease (Lindley). The portrait was inspired by a similar portrait of Lindley by Charles Fox (PDP00045). A postcard of an older Dr. John Lindley was found when the portrait was removed from its frame and is kept in the PDP file.

Crease, Sarah (Lindley)

Crease family fonds

  • PR-1344
  • Fonds
  • 1753-1965

The fonds consists of diaries, correspondence, journals, notebooks, sketchbooks and account books of Henry Pering Pellew Crease; diaries, correspondence, sketchbooks, notebooks, and letter index of Sarah (Lindley) Crease; diaries, correspondence, notebooks, sketchbooks and commonplace book of Lindley Crease; diaries, sketchbooks, library catalogue and correspondence of Susan Crease; diaries, sketchbooks and notebooks of Josephine Crease, including records relating to Island Arts and Crafts Society; and diaries, correspondence and account books of Arthur Crease. Includes diaries of Emily Howard Crease, correspondence of Barbara Crease, correspondence of other family members, diaries and sketchbooks of Mary Crease, and minutes of the Colonial Securities Company. Fonds includes maps of the Crimea, Toronto, and various locations in B.C. Also includes a scrapbook regarding the Bishop Hills, Dean Cridge dispute.

Crease (family)

[Album - Red And Gold Covers Separated From Insides]

File consists of an album of sketches and watercolour artworks. Also included in the album is one print (not described at item level) of Ritratto di Elizabetta le Brun (Uffizi Gallery, Florence) and 5 photographs of Cambridge University and the grave stone of Nathaniel Baron Lindley.

The Dockyard

Item consists of one watercolour painting on paper depicting the Esquimalt Harbour, and entitled "The Dockyard." The painting is unsigned and the artist is not known, but thought to be either Sarah, Susan, or Mary Crease. The painting is in two pieces and hinged down the centre.

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