Reference numberNLB/44/641
Alternative reference numberNLB/44 p385
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to A [Alfred] B [Bray] Kempe, Treas RS
Date6 October 1911
DescriptionHarrison hopes that the business of the Sub0Committees of the Gassiot [Committee] will be transacted so that one can keep some sort of touch with them, otherwise it is difficult to have definite business to lay before the full Committee. Kempe will have heard that Glazebrook's illness id what Harrison had suspected.
Harrison enclosed Buttery's bill for the first bath of four pictures he has done, it can seen that it will be in expensive business. Harrison discusses choosing the most important 20 and they cannot expect to have more than 20 or 25 at most done by next July.
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