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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.

Found in 1207 Collections and/or Records:

Aaron Edwin Penley letter to Henry Mogford, 1857 September 11

 Item — Box 2, Folder: Penley 2
Call Number: MSS 84
Scope and Contents: Concerning Penley's paintings exhibited at the Crystal Palace: The Mountain Born, Thoughts of Home.
Dates: 1857 September 11

Albert Rutherston letter to Joseph Jago, 1934 October 10

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 73
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Rutherston encloses a check, and discusses seeing the show.
Dates: 1934 October 10

Albert Rutherston letter to unidentified recipient

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 74
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Rutherston encloses a check and discusses possible times to come judge his portion of the show. He further asks that he might no longer be included on the list of prize givers, as he feels he should devote any money to his own students.
Dates: 1934-1937

Alexander Korda letter to Margaret Kaye, 1936 September 8

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 39
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Korda expresses his gratitude for the offer to open the Students' Group exhibition but, as he will be away "for the purpose of making shots in a picture," he cannot accept.
Dates: 1936 September 8

Alice Goodall letter to Harry Quilter, March 24

 Item — Box 1, Folder: Goodall 1
Call Number: MSS 84
Scope and Contents: Concerning Frederick Goodall's painting The Old Kiln.
Dates: March 24

Alice Woolner letter to John Frederick Lewis, between 1874 and 1876, January 26

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 22
Call Number: MSS 53
Scope and Contents: Alice Woolner's hand is difficult to decipher. She appears to be writing on behalf of Thomas Woolner to arrange a meeting with J.F. Lewis on January 29th, at the Athenaeum.
Dates: between 1874 and 1876, January 26

Alice Woolner letter to Marian Lewis, between 1874 and 1876, March 22

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 23
Call Number: MSS 53
Scope and Contents: Woolner appears to inquire about the health of J.F. Lewis, noting "this severe weather I fear is very bad for your invalid."
Dates: between 1874 and 1876, March 22

Amy Woolner letter to D. Hewitt, 1914 March 29

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 26
Call Number: MSS 53
Scope and Contents: "March 29th, 1914. Dear Mr. Hewitt, Thank you very much for searching out the letters of my father and taking so much trouble about the matter. It will be very nice to see you again if you can manage to bring the letters but I should like to know when you mean to come as I might be out - we are leaving this place on Monday April 6th and tomorrow we are out all the afternoon - With our kind regards, I am Sincerely yours, Amy Woolner."
Dates: 1914 March 29

Andrew MacCallum letter to Richard Redgrave (?), 1851 October 18

 Item — Box 2, Folder: MacCallum 1
Call Number: MSS 84
Scope and Contents: Salutation reads "My dear Sir".
Dates: 1851 October 18

Anonymous letter to John Thomas Smith., undated

 Item — 3-35
Call Number: MSS 10
Scope and Contents: Saying that if he publishes a second edition of the book, he will find a more accurate and detailed account of the life of Thomas Banks in the Gentleman's Magazine for 1807 or 1808. With some anecdotes.
Dates: undated