This guide describes the papers of Ellen Terry and Edith Craig at the National Trust property, Smallhythe Place, Tenterden, Kent, UK. Smallhythe Place was the home of Ellen Terry, established as a memorial to Terry by her daughter Edith Craig and given to the National Trust in 1939.
The papers are available for consultation by researchers by appointment, either at Smallhythe Place or the British Library. Each record in the database is marked SMA (Smallhythe Place) or BL (British Library) to indicate the location of the document which it describes. If you wish to look at the papers, please contact the British Library Manuscripts Dept, London, UK or the National Trust at Smallhythe Place, Tenterden, Kent, UK. Please note that none of these documents is held at the University of Essex, UK.
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