Found in 165 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from WSC to Sir Edwin Lutyens [President of the Royal Academy] thanking him for the bust of WSC by Sir William Reid Dick presented in the name of the Royal Academy.
Letter from WSC to Christopher Nevinson thanking him for his letter and on his status as a part of England.
Letter from WSC to 2nd Lord Melchett [earlier Sir Henry Mond] thanking him for his generosity over the painting of the Battle of Blenheim by Jan van Huchtenburgh.
Circular letter from Arthur Quigley (Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool) inviting contributions of works to the gallery's autumn exhibition.
Regulations and lending form for the autumn exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Sent with CHAR 2/152/12-13.
Letter from Baron Georg Franckenstein (Anglo-Austrian Society in London, 18 Belgrave Square, [London]) to WSC inviting him to join the Committee of the British Art Exhibition in Vienna [Austria].
Letter from Baron Georg Franckenstein (Austrian Legation, 18 Belgrave Square, [London]) to CSC enclosing CHAR 2/152/29-34 and asking her to get WSC to talk to Walter Guinness [later Lord Moyne] to persuade his father, Lord Iveagh, to loan some pictures to the Committee of the British Art Exhibition in Vienna [Austria].
List of people asked to loan pictures by the Committee of the British Art Exhibition in Vienna [Austria]. Sent with CHAR 2/152/27-28.
Letter from Edward Marsh to Robert W Dana conveying WSC's regret that he is unable to visit the exhibition of the work of Dana's father. Carbon typescript copy.
Letter from Robert W Dana (15 Cranley Place, Onslow Square, [London]) to WSC informing him of a forthcoming exhibition of his father's paintings.
Letter from Edward Rosslyn Mitchell (138 West George Street, Glasgow, [Scotland]) to WSC conveying the request of the Paisley Art Club that he loan two of his paintings for their annual exhibition.
Letter from C H H Burleigh (7 Wilbury Crescent, Hove, Sussex) to [Maurice Bonham Carter] asking whether he could choose two or three of WSC's pictures for the Brighton Autumn Exhibition. Sent with CHAR 2/133/14.
Letter from G P Catchpole, secretary of the Faculty of Arts (Paddington House, 4 Spring Street, London) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/120/43, inviting WSC to become a vice-president of the Faculty and describing its work.
List of officers and statement of objects of the Faculty of Arts. Sent with CHAR 2/120/42.
Letter form Samuel Dowell, honorary secretary of the North East Coast Art Club (Imperial Buildings, South Parade, Whitley Bay, [Northumberland]) to WSC inviting him to become a patron of the Club and describing its work. Annotated: "regret".
Page from the Whitley Seaside Chronicle and Visitors' Gazette [Northumberland] including marked report on a meeting of the North East Coast Art Club. Sent with CHAR 2/122/73.
Note from [Edward Marsh] to [WSC] expressing a low opinion of Francis Howard but pointing out that the exhibitions he has mounted have been very good.
Letter from Bessie Howard (121 St George's Road, [London]) to WSC asking for his support for the recommendation that Francis Howard should receive an honour [see CHAR 2/122/153-156].
Recommendation to the Prime Minister that Francis Howard, honorary director of the Grafton Gallery, chairman of the National Portrait Society, honorary secretary of the International Society and honorary secretary and organiser of the National Loan Exhibition, should be awarded an honour for his services to art. Sent with CHAR 2/122/152.
Letter from William Berry, director of the municipal art gallery, Oldham [Lancashire] to WSC (2 Sussex Square) inviting him to open an exhibition at the gallery and describing the gallery's work.
Letter from Nigel de Grey, director and manager of the Medici Society (7 Grafton Street, London) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/163/12 and 14 and asking him to give his "frank opinion" of the work of the Society to be used in promotional work.
Account of the work of the Medici Society between 1908 and 1929. Sent with CHAR 2/163/11.
Letter from WSC to Nigel de Grey (Medici Society) thanking him for prints of the old masters and praising their quality. Carbon typescript copy.
Catalogue of the Medici Society. Sent with CHAR 2/163/11.
Letter from Press and Magazine Artists of Great Britain to WSC thanks for agreeing to act as Patron of Exhibition to be held June 1904.