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Red Book. Plans, sketches and scheme for the improvement of Tewin Water, by Humphrey Repton

Identifier: DZ/42/Z1 · Date: 1799 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Red Book by Humphrey Repton

Identifier: DE/P/P21 · Date: 1799 - 1800 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Neither the design for the house nor for the garden was executed. Panshanger

Bound photographic copy of Repton’s “Red Book

Identifier: DE/P/P21A · Date: (1799 - 1800) · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Copy made 2006

Copy: Repton Red book: Tewin Water: photographs and negatives

Identifier: PC242 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

[original: D/Z42/Z1]

Copy: Repton Red Book: Wall Hall (Photographs)

Identifier: PC163 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Letters from Humphrey Repton to Earl Cowper

Identifier: DE/P/E2 · Date: 9 Sep 1800 - 3 Jan 1802 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Concerning progress on laying out Panshanger Park and the planned boathouse, bridge and entrance cottage, including a reminder of monies owing to Repton for his visit in 1801. Dated 9 Sep 1800 and ...

Landscape

Identifier: DE/Gm/103 · Date: 1958 - 1960 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Articles, cuttings, and correspondence [including references to Humphrey Repton, Thomas Archer, gingko trees, Chiltern parks and landscape watercolours]; photograph of undated print of Goldings [th...

Bank pass-book

Identifier: DE/P/A83 · Date: Jul 1797 - Aug 1812 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

In account with Messrs Hoares: the Executors of General Spencer Cowper, July 1797-July 1799, transferred into the names of Henry Cowper and Charles Cowper, July 1799-July 1800, then into the name o...

Letter to Marianne concerning the visits of Roth and [Repton?] to Kent’s son Charlie

Identifier: DZ/118/C12/4 · Date: 16 May 1882 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

[Roth and [Repton?], doctors] [Knebworth]