Letter from Charles Romer Williams to Carll Tucker
7 Aug 1920
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Copy record of a letter from Charles Romer Williams to Carll Tucker, American client, detailing the difficulties the firm of Agnew's is having with financing, the need to reduce their overdraft and their inability to buy any new works. The letter asks if Mr Tucker might be able to pay any money owing on account from his purchase of a John Hoppner painting as the current rates of exchange are favourable.
Named persons featured:
Williams, Charles Romer 1884-1925
Tucker, Carll 1881-1956
Hoppner, John 1758-1810
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