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W.B. Richmond, Beavor Lodge, to Ernest Tatham Richmond

RA Collection: Archive

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W.B. Richmond, Beavor Lodge, to Ernest Tatham Richmond


4 Aug 1908



Extent & medium

1 piece

Content Description

A rather ruminatory letter where he expounds on the meaning of life for a while. He has finally taken the chair at Salvation Army meetings. He has just read Les Miserables for the 14th time. There is an Art Education Congress going on, Robert Carlisle hit the govenmern hard, as did W.B.'s letter in The Times. The big window design is now finished and he pieced it together in the studio as best he could. He has met interesting people of late and provides his opinion of Lord Cromer. Arthur Evans has found more on Crete, Boni is doing wonderful things in the Forum.

Physical Characteristics

Two halves of the letter are held together by nasty sticky tape.