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Subject term: 12437

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Duncan Grant Interior at Gordon Square

c.1915

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L.S. Lowry Bloomsbury Square

1967–8

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Keith Vaughan Journal number sixty-two

11 August 1975–4 November 1977

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Edith “Wanty” Thomas, recipient: Ernst Schwitters Letter to Ernst Schwitters from Edith Thomas

1 February 1948

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Eve Schwitters, recipients: Margaret Miller, Museum of Modern Art (New York, USA) Letter from Eve Schwitters to Margaret Miller at the Museum of Modern Art

12 February 1949

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Ernst Schwitters, recipient: George Gatey & Son Solicitors (Windermere, UK) Letter from Ernst Schwitters to Geo. Gatey & Son about the sale of some of Kurt Schwitters’ work

7 February 1949

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Margaret Miller, Museum of Modern Art (New York, USA), recipient: Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter from Margaret Miller at the Museum of Modern Art to Edith Thomas about Schwitters’ work and funding

1 April 1948

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George Gatey & Son Solicitors (Windermere, UK), recipient: Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter to Edith Thomas from Geo. Gatey & Son as a follow up to their letter dated 14 Feb 1949

25 March 1949

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George Gatey & Son Solicitors (Windermere, UK), recipient: Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter from Geo. Gatey & Son to Edith Thomas

14 February 1949

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George Gatey & Son Solicitors (Windermere, UK), recipient: Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter from Geo. Gatey & Son to Edith Thomas regarding the transport of Schwitters’ work

13 October 1949

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Rose Fried, Pinacotheca Gallery (New York, USA), recipient: Edith “Wanty” Thomas Letter from Rose Fried from The Pinacotheca gallery to Edith Thomas

6 November 1950

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Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Incomplete letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands

date not known

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Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Anna Hope Hudson Letter from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson

[April–May 1914]