John Doman Turner Letter to James Bolivar Manson 13 November 1913
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(P.S. Please note
address. – If 63
is left out, letters
may go astray.)
63 DOWNTON AVENUE,
STREATHAM HILL, S.W.
I do not know what to do!
Will you kindly let Mr. Gore decide? Please tell him I have done no drawing for months past.
It does not seem right to join the new Society; unless, perhaps, Mr. [end of p.1] Clifton can, with fairness, work off those he bought.
If the expenses are more than the C.T.G. better leave me out.
Mrs. Turner and I went to see the most interesting Exn. at the Dore Galleries and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
Kindly excuse my absence at the meeting next Saty., with very kind regards to everyone who remembers me.
J. Doman Turner
How to cite
John Doman Turner, Letter to James Bolivar Manson, 13 November 1913, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www