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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 1070 Collections and/or Records:

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1942 December 2

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 51
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1942 December 2

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1943 April 21

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 53
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1943 April 21

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1945 February 23

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 55
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1945 February 23

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1945 March 5

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 56
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1945 March 5

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1945? April 30

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 57
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1945? April 30

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1947 September 15

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 60
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1947 September 15

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1956 March 23

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 63
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1956 March 23

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1961 April 18

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 69
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1961 April 18

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1961 October 19

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 71
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1961 October 19

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, 1964 December 4

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 75
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1964 December 4

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 87
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 88
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 89
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 90
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 91
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 92
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 93
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant letter to Kenneth Clark, between 1930 and 1969

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 94
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: between 1930 and 1969

Duncan Grant postcard to Kenneth Clark, 1936

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 31
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1936

Duncan Grant postcard to Kenneth Clark, 1942 August 8

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 48
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1942 August 8