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|Archive reference number||NGA27/23/6/8|
Letter from Gerald Agnew to Charles Morland Agnew
|Date||13 Feb 1929|
A letter written by Gerald Agnew to his father in which he discusses the year's profit and the interest on partner's capital. Despite being less than the previous year, a meeting with a representative at Lloyds concludes that the firm is a good position, and the bank are willing to provide additional service if needed. He concludes by providing details of profits made by Bond Street, New York and Manchester, as well as the contributions of Colin Agnew, and Tim (a.k.a. Hugh Agnew).
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