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|Archive reference number||NGA27/32/1/116|
Letter from William Locket Agnew to D.H. Ogden
|Date||nd [c 1900-1914]|
Letter (nd [c 1900-1914]) from William Locket Agnew to D.H. Ogden written from Danby Lodge, Grosmont. Agnew notes quotations for the sale of works by E.G. Cundall (salesman in the firm of Agnew's) and notes that he should have aimed to achive higher prices but "I cannot trust him" as he "is played out and incapable of any fighting." Agnew directs Ogden to make arrangements for [ ] Holder to take over the sale of the (unnamed) picture.
Named persons featured:
Agnew, William Lockett 1858-1918
Odgen, Daniel Herbert 1865-1927
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