Reference numberMS/928/2/72
TitleLetter from Gustav Fritsch, Roonstrasse 10, Berlin, to Charles Vernon Boys, South Kensington College, London
Date10 August 1896
DescriptionWonders if Boys has read of the International Exhibition for amateur photography and hopes that Boys has received an invitation. Fritsch has heard nothing from him and therefore he takes the liberty of begging representative images from Boys. If this proved impossible, Fritsch asks pernmission to show the photographs of flying bullets that Boys has already sent.

With a pencil sketch verso, headed: 'Copper flange'.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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