Scope and arrangement
Original sepia ink-wash portrait of Queen Caroline : [ca. 1820] : (MISC 4113) : signed "By Geo. Cruikshank" : 11 x 7 cm. : mounted on decoratively printed paper mount; within mylar sleeve.|||Original pencil sketch for his Table-Book : [ca. 1845] : (MISC 4031) : signed "Geo Cruikshank" : 22.5 x 17 cm : depicts a bonneted woman seated at a table with a drink ; a profile of a man holding a soup spoon to his lips ; and a hand. Partially light damaged, not affecting most of the penciling.|||To Sir John Bowring, politician, diplomat, and writer : 1 autograph letter signed : 10 Jul 1843 : (MISC 4023) 05a : accepting a dinner invitation. Mounted in the Mary Ann Humble autograph album. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.|||To F. Moore, representing Henry Morley : 1 letter signed : 23 May 1855 : (MISC 2534) : probably in the hand on an amanuensis ; regarding a money dispute with J. Hogarth over a subscription to Finden's Gallery. Housed with the letter from Mr. Moore to Cruikshank which precipitated this response (MISC 2533) ; and a draft of a letter on the same subject in Cruikshank's hand (MISC 2535).|||To John Murray [?], publisher : 2 autograph letters signed : 25 Jan - 26 Mar 1841 : (MISC 1346-1347) : relating to Songs of the Late Charles Dibdin, which Cruikshank illustrated.|||Annotations ink on broadside print, "The Last Shilling" : PFVM (FF 0009) : "Not any of it by me. GCk" ; the printed illustration is signed "Cruikshank," George Cruikshank has added the initials "I. R." in ink, to indicate the work of his brother, Isaac Robert.