This collection consists of the papers of Kenneth Clark, from which one file of correspondence relating to interned refugees has been digitised. This file has been highlighted as it sheds light on Kurt Schwitters' time at the Hutchinson Internment Camp and his role in appealing for release from the camp, alongside other artists, with the aid of Kenneth Clark.
Items also digitised include letters and postcards from Henry Moore to Kenneth Clark dating from the 1930s to 1970s.
Further information on this collection is available on the archive catalogue.
- Collection Owner
- Kenneth Clark 1903–1983
- Tate Archive
- The material was presented to the nation (as a gift in lieu) and allocated to the Tate Archive in 1988.
- TGA 8812
120 objects in this collection
- Kenneth Clark’s correspondence series c 1946-55
- This sequence of general correspondence contains files based on individuals and institutions, and includes 7270 personal and business letters. The files do not begin or end at the same time, and the longest dates they cover are from around 1946 to 1955. The sequence includes a file of cross references created by Clark's secretary (TGA 8812/1/2/7271).
- TGA 8812/1/2