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|Archive reference number||NGA27/32/1/70|
Letters from the Exchange Art Gallery, Liverpool to William Lockett Agnew
|Date||23-28 Sep 1905|
Three letters from the Exchange Art Gallery, Liverpool to William Lockett Agnew, as follows:
 Letter (23 Sept 1905) from Norman Fowlie of the Exchange Art Gallery, Liverpool to William Lockett Agnew regarding the sale of three paintings and one drawing to Mr Beecham and the potential for further sales, requesting Agnew's assistance.
 Letter (28 Sept 1905) from Charles Klindworth of the Exchange Art Gallery, Liverpool to [William Lockett Agnew] expressing astonishment at the contents of a telegram regarding Norman Fowlie from Agnew to Klindworth. Klindworth assures Agnew that "every assistance has been give by me to Mr Fowlie" but that Fowlie [since his transaction with Mr Beecham] "has been so excited and strange that I hardly think he knows quite what he is doing and saying."
 Letter (29 Sept 1905) from Charles Klindworth of the Exchange Art Gallery, Liverpool to William Lockett Agnew providing further details of conversations with Norman Fowlie referred to in his previous letter (28 Sept 1905), refuting allegations made by Fowlie to William Lockett Agnew that he is thwarting his activities andstating "I will not feel satisfied until cleared from this charge and Mr Fowlie apologizes to me for the unfounded libel upon my loyalty to you."
Named persons featured:
Agnew, William Lockett 1858-1918
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