- Created by
- Marie Seton 1910–1985
- Ronald Moody 1900–1984
- Letter from Marie Seton to Ronald Moody, addressed from New York
- 1 December 1940
- Document - correspondence
- Tate Archive
- Presented to Tate Archive by Cynthia Moody, the sculptor's niece, 1995.
- TGA 956/1/2/58/2
This is regarding Marie Seton's dismay at Helene having left Marseilles for England and enquiring how she can help with permits. The letter also refers to a Wellesley exhibition arranged by Marjorie Weston (a friend of the Moody's in Paris who was the subject of the sculpture 'Marjorie' and who later married John Pilley), increased interest in Moody from the Boyer Gallery, and interest shown by Town and County magazine in Moody's poems. Marie Seton discusses the question of what Helene should do, whether she should go back to England or join Seton in America, and her own feelings about Moody's situation.
- Papers of Ronald Moody TGA 956 (248)
- Correspondence TGA 956/1 (84)
- Correspondence with friends TGA 956/1/2 (84)
- Letters from Marie Seton TGA 956/1/2/58 (71)
- Letter from Marie Seton to Ronald Moody, addressed from New York TGA 956/1/2/58/2
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