Letter from A.E. Stanley Clarke to Henry Clay Frick, 30 March 1916

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APR 20 1916 FORWARDED from NY REFERRED ANSWERED


81 Goldstone Villas, Hove, Sussex.


30 March 1916


Dear Mr. Frick


I once had the pleasure of meeting you in New York when staying at Newport on a visit to Mr. Goelet some years ago so that I can hardly expect you will remember my humble existence; but knowing your interest in art, I am sending you photographs of the most important of my family collection of paintings by Great Masters, which owing to losses due to the war, I have to sell; & I thought some of them might interest you. Short histories of each painting are written on the backs of the photographs, but I would add a few remarks about the Hoppner picture


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