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|Archive reference number||NGA27/23/3/13|
Correspondence between Richard Ashdown and Julian Agnew
|Date||14 Feb-9 Mar 2007|
Three letters between Richard Ashdown and Julian Agnew detailing the former's offer to sell two paintings of one of Thomas Agnew's daughters (Jane Emily Agnew, born 1843), which he had inherited from the Hon. Angela Eggar whose grandmother was Laura Bradbury (née Agnew). One was painted by C. Parry, and two photographs of the paintings are attached. He also offers some early Agnew letters and photographs if they are of interest.
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