|Alternative reference number||NLB/6 p330|
|Title||Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Mr Lindfield, Portland Works, Portland Road, Notting Hill|
|Date||11 July 1892|
|Description||Lindfield's estimate [for work in the Society's basement] is still beyond what the Treasurer, John Evans, will allow, Rix supposes they must confine themselves to the Engine Room and the rest will have to wait until next year. |
Asks to know what the engine room alone will cost and would like the bedrooms done [redecorated] the first week in August. They likes the [wall]paper Lindifeld chose but would prefer stripes if they can obtain stripes that match the paint. Rix would also like added to the estimate the re-colouring of the cornice for a better paint match. Discusses how the servant would like her bedroom decorated. Apologises for giving so much trouble over such a small order.