Guide to the Ernest G. Lemcke Papers, Circa 1938
Collection number: MS 141
About Ernest G. Lemcke (1877-?)
Author and resident of New York City.
About the Ernest G. Lemcke Collection
Two letters and a map from Ernest G. Lemcke, which accompany handwritten manuscripts of his three works: Tribal Hidage, or the First English Census (ca. 1920s); The Early History of the Gervisse, later called West Saxons (494-597); and The Burghal Hidage and the County Hidage; or, the Military Organization of Wessex and of English Mercia against the Danes by about 916 A.D..
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[Identification of item], Ernest G. Lemcke Papers, circa 1938, MS 141, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Source unknown, date unknown
A typescript of Tribal Hidage is available through the Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Collection No. 11000