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|Archive reference number||NGA27/11/1/205|
Letter from D. Herbert Ogden to Colin Agnew
|Date||26 Nov 1925|
Copy record of a letter from D. Herbert Ogden to Colin Agnew, outlining American expenses for 1924-1925 in Pounds Sterling, including passage money, cash advances, insurance, packing, freight, money advanced by the firm of Duveen and other expenses. Ogden raises the fact that £6,000 spent on one trip remains unaccounted for, blaming J. Dunn-Yarker for a lack of accounting. He hopes that Agnew "will be able to pull something big off by the end of the year" and refers to recent illness Ogden has apparently suffered.
Named persons featured:
Odgen, D. Herbert
Agnew, Colin George 1882-1975