Letter from Tate Gallery to Marjorie Thomson Joad (09/08/1923)



[[MS 2750/133/14]]


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                                                                                                       9 Aug 1923


Dear Madam,


In regard to the application from the Hogarth Press for permission to photograph "The Lemon Gatherers" by Duncan Grant, I must refer you, in the first place, to Mr Grant, himself, at 8 Fitzroy Street W.1.


We need an authority from Mr Grant before we can give you permission.


Yrs faithfully | J. B. Manson [signature]


Mrs Joad

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Letter from Tate Gallery to Marjorie Thomson Joad (09/08/1923)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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Director of the Tate, James Bolivar Manson, refers Marjorie Joad back to Duncan Grant in order to obtain authority and permission to photograph Grant's work 'The Lemon Gatherers'.


Handwritten letter signed by Manson