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Record NGA27/24/3

Archive reference number NGA27/24/3

Information on Clients Correspondence, A-Z

Date 1828-1975

A file containing correspondence, research notes and articles relating to significant clients and their collections, as follows in the order they appear:

- Hugh Brocklebank (1967)

- Sir Francis Cook (1940-1955) - including copies of letters (for example, from Bernard Berenson in 1955), lists of famous works of art within the Cook collection which had been handled by Agnew's, telegrams and letters re sales, suggested prices from Dutch dealer D. Katz for pictures at the Sir Herbert Cook in 1940.

- George Holt (1964)

- Henry John Roby (1891)

- E.H. Rouse Boughton (1937)

- Victor Rothschild (1936-1937)

- Sir Charles Tennant (1895-1901)

- J. Ruskin (c1989, and a copy of a letter 1875)

- John Tenniel, nicknamed Jackides (c1873)

- Howard Young (1958)

- Thomas Humphry Ward (1908)

- Duke and Duchess of Leeds (1950) - including a Valuation Report of their collection, and proposed sale of Goya's 'Duke of Wellington' to the National Portrait Gallery, which was later purchased by the National Gallery (inventory number NG6322).

- Audrey D. Meald (1937)

- Sam Mendel of Manley Hall (1974-5)

- J.P. Morgan (1938-1939)

- John Naylor (1884, 1974-5)

- Francis Dukinfield Astley (1828)

- Arnold Bennett (1913)

- National Gallery (1958)

- Baron Glenconner (1937)

- Sir Gervase Beckett (1967)

- Henry S. Francis (1881)

- Lord Balcarres, Earl of Crawford (1897)

- Thomas Baron Ashton of Hyde (1891, 1931, 1967) - containing a copy of a letter written by John Constable to Miss Inglis.

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