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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 88 Collections and/or Records:

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

Bernard Rackham letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 1

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 64
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Rackham agrees to present a prize of one guinea.
Dates: 1937 October 1

B.L. Leary (secretary to Walter Nugent Monck) letter to unidentified recipient (probably J. Anthony Denney), 1935 August 16

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 56
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Leary says that Monck would be glad to attend the judging and opening of the exhibition if he is in London.
Dates: 1935 August 16

Campbell Dodgson letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 28

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 20
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Dodgson says he will do what Hunt asked; he only needs to know "just what I have to do, and when."
Dates: 1937 November 28

Clive Bell letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 3
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Bell responds to an apparent invitation to give a speech, noting: "A few not particularly well chosen paragraphs is the limit of my capacity. Will you let me know how you feel about it?" Bell includes a Parisian address where he may be reached for the next 10 days.
Dates: 1937?

E. McKnight Kauffer letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 23

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 37
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Kauffer accepts the invitation to act as adjudicator for the exhibition and asks for details regarding time.
Dates: 1937 October 23

E. McKnight Kauffer letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 6

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 38
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Kauffer confirms intention to see exhibit on Friday 19 in the afternoon.
Dates: 1937 November 6

E. McKnight Kauffer letter to Frank B. Mason, 1934 December 4

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 36
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Kauffer informs Mason he has gotten [E.C.] Gregory's consent to donate a prize for the exhibition, and will himself present the prize. He also mentions the probable willingness of Denis Cohen to offer a prize as well. Marginalia at bottom of page in pencil, signed FBM, notes that he verified Gregory's intent to provide a prize.
Dates: 1934 December 4

Edward Robinson letter to Margaret Kaye (?), 1936 August 20

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 70
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Robinson's secretary, in a cover letter, apologizes for a letter which "went astray in the post." A copy of that letter is enclosed--in it, Robison regrets he will be back in America at the time of the exhibition.
Dates: 1936 August 20

Eleanor Robertson (secretary to Raymond Mortimer) letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 September 17

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 57
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Robertson says that Mortimer is on holiday, but she will bring Hunt's letter to his attention when he returns.
Dates: 1937 September 17

Elizabeth Arnold letter to J. Anthony Denney, 1935 October 24

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 1
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Arnold, secretary to Kenneth Clark, asks about the ceremony time for the "Exhibition which Mr. Kenneth Clark is opening for the Royal College of Art Students' Group on November 16th."
Dates: 1935 October 24

Eric C. Gregory letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 4

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 28
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory agrees to present a prize, though asks about the exact conditions, noting past response has been small. He says he is open to modifications, and suggests Hunt speak to Mr. Bawden [i.e., Edward Bawden?]. Written at the bottom, in pencil: "Gave general, book jackets."
Dates: 1937 October 4

Eric C. Gregory letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 October 12

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 29
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory agrees to Hunt's (unspecified) suggestion, and says she should carry out whatever is left to be done.
Dates: 1937 October 12

Eric C. Gregory letter to Evelyn Hunt, 1937 November 11

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 30
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory discusses times when he will be in London, and says he will call Hunt.
Dates: 1937 November 11

Eric C. Gregory letter to J. Anthony Denney, 1935 October 15

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 26
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory thanks Denney for the invitation to attend the exhibition, and expresses his sympathy for the work, though regrets he cannot make any definite commitment to attending the show.
Dates: 1935 October 15

Eric C. Gregory letter to Margaret Kaye, 1936 August 13

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 27
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Gregory remembers his last prize--"a booklet had to be prepared, with cover and inside, suitable in layout for the boot trade or for travel (or was it for cameras and photography?)"--and thinks about ways to broaden the conditions.
Dates: 1936 August 13

Eric Maclagan letter to Frank B. Mason, 1934 December 19

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 45
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Maclagan thanks Mason for his letter, and says the museum is always glad to assist the students of the RCA.
Dates: 1934 December 19

Eric Maclagan letter to J. Anthony Denney, 1935 June 28

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 46
Call Number: MSS 54
Scope and Contents: Maclagan gives details of when the Students' Group may use space in the Victoria and Albert Museum, and provides conditions for the use of the space, namely that no work or responsibilities fall on museum staff; that work and showings happen during museum hours; and that sale of art is not permitted. He asks for the exact dates of the exhibition.
Dates: 1935 June 28