Letter from David Wilkie to James Russell, 1826 February 6
Scope and Contents
D. Wilkie, Kensington [London], to James Russell, Covent Garden, [London]. Asks Russell to leave out a few wigs to use in his artwork, and also the lute and snuff-box. Will send for them Tuesday, regards for family.
- Creation: 1826 February 6
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From the Collection: English