Reference numberNLB/44/478
Alternative reference numberNLB/44 p288
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Miss M Messer, The Limes, Rye Hill Park
Date18 July 1911
Description'I have your letter of yesterday. By all means come here to-morrow and inspect the portrait of Sir William Huggins, and so far as I am concerned there is no reason why you should not begin your work of copying it on Thursday, if we can arrange about a suitable place for your to work in. If you will ask for me to-morrow I will come down and discuss the question of time and place.'
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