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|Archive reference number||NGA27/23/6/4|
Letter from Charles Morland Agnew to Thomas Chester Ansdell
|Date||30 Mar 1922|
A photocopied letter from Charles Morland Agnew to Tom [Thomas Chester Ansdell, son of artist Richard Ansdell and married to Constance Mary Agnew] (30 Mar 1922) concerning the financial circumstances of the firm's business, mistakes made in the past, and opportunities to "take money out in pictures" to cover their debts. He stresses that any loss should be at his own expense.
"I got this out of [T] Ansdell's son" - Thomas Chester
Thomas Agnew Ansdell (1891-1966) was an actor and producer, connected with the editor of 'Punch' magazine which was owned by the Bradbury Agnew family. He was the son of Thomas Chester Ansdell (son of Richard Ansdell) and Constance Mary Ansdell (née Agnew, sister of Morland).
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