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|Genre/Form:||Records and correspondence
|Named Person:||Frederick Goodall; John Gilbert; Charles L Eastlake; Charles L Eastlake; John Gilbert; Frederick Goodall|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Description:||8 items (18 p.)|
The other four items include a note to Sir Charles Eastlake accepting his invitation (1864, Jan. 6); a letter to Mr. Buckton, sent with a book of British Ferns in which he may find his dark stem variety (1870 Aug. 8); a letter to Agnew, asking him which train he and his daughters will take from Euston, so he can send a "conveyance" to Harrow Weald station (1877 July 1). The letterhead bears the address of Goodall's mansion built the previous year. A short note asks that his picture "Raising the Maypole" in the Royal Academy be delivered to the bearer (n.d.).