TREVES

[Offprint from the 'Jewish Chronicle'] The Treves Family in England: A Genealogical Sketch. By Lucien Wolf, Past President of the Jewish Historical Society of England, etc., etc..

Author: 
Lucien Wolf (1857-1930), President of the Jewish Historical Society of England
The Treves Family in England
Publication details: 
London: "Jewish Chronicle" Office, 2, Finsbury Square, E.C. 1896.
£125.00
The Treves Family in England

8vo, 20 pp. In original grey printed wraps. Text clear and complete. A fair copy, on lightly-aged paper; wraps discoloured and chipped. Printed in small type, with 123 footnotes, and containing a mass of information. This separate printing is excessively scarce: no copy at the British Library, and the only copy on COPAC at Sheffield.

[Printed with MS. additions] Indenture of Declaration of Trust [The Radium Institute, London]

Author: 
[Sir Frederick Treves, Ernest Cassel, R.J. Strutt (Lord Rayleigh), Lord Iveagh, J.J. Thomson et al]
Indenture of Declaration of Trust [The Radium Institute, London]
Publication details: 
20 March 1914.
£950.00
Indenture of Declaration of Trust [The Radium Institute, London]

Vellum Deed, 11pp., 4to, sewn with green ribbon, formal and elaborate deed, fold mark, some staining, but text clear and complete. Lord Iveagh and Sir Ernest Cassel to The Honourable Walter Edward Guinness Felix Cassel Esq. K.C., M.P., Sir Frederick Treves, and Others re. trust premises, patronage of the King, investments, funds, brief, staff, appointments, administration, other clauses (total 14). With: Schedules giviing Particulars of the Leasehold Hereditaments, and the said Building Agreement above referred to ... Part II.

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