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Record NGA4/1/48

Archive reference number NGA4/1/48
Title

England

Date 1936-1938
Description

Marquis of Lansdowne, Bowood, 24 November 1936; Sir Audley Neeld, Grittleton, 25 November 1936; Worcester Guildhall, 27 May 1937; Lord Methuen, Corsham Court, 25 November 1936; Marquess of Crewe, Crewe House (National Art Collections Fund visit), 15 January 1937; Belgian Suite, Buckingham Palace, 26 January 1937; Sassoon Exhibition, March 1937; Lionel de Rothschild, Exbury Park, 18 February 1937*; W I Whitaker, Pylewell Park, Lymington, 18 February 1937*; Fawkes Collection, Farnley Hall, 2 March 1937*; Lord Deramore, Heshington Hall York, 3 March 1937*; Earl of Harewood, Harewood House, 2 March 1937; Mrs Randall Smith, Hyde Park Square, 12 March 1937 (works belonging to her brother Lord Northbourne); Mrs Morris, South Kensington, 12 March 1937; Mrs Robbins, South Kensington, 12 March 1937 (bequeathed to her by C A Goldschmidt); Captain J R O Warde, Squerryes Court, 20 March 1937; Sir Hickman Bacon, Thornock, Gainsborough, 23 March 1937; Earl of Yarborough, Brocklesby, 26 March 1937* (includes newspaper cutting); Captain Monins, Kent, 30 March 1937; Edward Rice, Dane Court, 30 March 1937; Lord Northbourne, Northbourne Court, 30 March 1937; S Arthur Peto, Sandwich, Kent, 30 March 1937; Mrs Kenrick, Canterbury and Westgate-on-Sea, 30 March 1937; Lord Harris, Belmont, Faversham, 31 March 1937; A Faunce de Laune, Sharsted Court, 31 March 1937; Leigh-Pemberton, Torry Hill, 31 March 1937; Rev Best-Dalison, Park House Boxley, 31 March 1937; Lord Cornwallis, Linton House near Maidstone, 31 March 1937; Earl of Coventry, Croome Court, 27 May 1937. Indexed at front. 1 loose enclosure, p. 37, 1 loose press cutting p. 78. Numbered (46) on cover and (23) inside

Record type Item
Alternative reference numbers NG36/48

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