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|Archive reference number||NGA27/32/2/123|
Letter from Edward Tennyson-Reed to Sir William Agnew
|Date||nd [c 1891-1900]|
Letter [undated, c 1891-1900] from Edward Tennyson Reed, (Punch cartoonist) signed E.T.R. to Sir William Agnew, written to accompany "the remains of a hat which was all you left last night." Reed relates that the hat Sir William has taken away by mistake is not his, "but left me by a stranger at a restaurant!" Reed writes humorously of his troubles with hats and includes a pen and ink cartoon of himself wearing Sir William's.
Named persons featured:
Reed, Edward Tennyson 1860-1933
Agnew, Sir William, 1st Baronet 1825-1910
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