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|Archive reference number||NGA27/11/1/276|
Letter from Charles Gerald Agnew to A. Brémont
|Date||1 Jul 1927|
Copy record of a letter from Charles Gerald Agnew to A. Bremont, [probably Count Maurice de Bosdari], marked 'Private.' Agnew details his suggestions for the terms, salary and commission for Brémont to work, "not at all as a salesman" for the firm of Agnew's. Agnew terms leave Brémont free to take on other offers "such as the Laughlin catalogue," whatever holidays he requires, no obligation to appear at the firm more than he wishes and the services of a clerk.
Named persons featured:
Agnew, Charles Gerald 1882-1954
Brémont, A. [de Bosdari, Count Maurice c 1857-1943]
Laughlin, Irwin Boyle 1871-1941
See also NGA27/11/1/146 (letter from Charles Gerald Agnew to A. Brémont) and NGA27/32/5/5 - (letters between Brémont and Sir Henry White in 1913)
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