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|Archive reference number||NG14/46/1|
|Date||31 Jul 1922-3 Nov 1924|
Correspondence re NACF's contributions towards the acquisition of a French Primitive picture of 'the Trinity' from Messrs Cassirer and the Tintoretto portrait of Morosini; correspondence re Sir Philip Sassoon's intention to present a Dutch School picture through the Fund, the credit line for a picture presented by Sir Henry Howorth through the Fund, particulars of the portrait of Lord Melville by Raeburn presented by Mr C. Morland Agnew through the Fund and the attribution of the 'Anthony of Padua' given by Lycett Green; lists of pictures presented by or through the Fund to the Gallery, 1904-1924.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG3663, NG3811, NG3817, NG3662, NG4004, NG3880|
Receipts of payments towards the cost of NG3662 may be found in S36 and S67; some correspondence with Howorth family may be found in NG16/290/18
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