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Letter from Burton to Locke Eastlake
10 Nov 1889
M. Weale is welcome to have photographs of the National Gallery collection produced. The pictures currently held in the South Kensington Museum should ideally be moved to the National Gallery. Confirms having received W. Gregory's letter to H. Layard and Eastlake's estimate of how much space Henry Tate's collection will occupy.
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