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Letter from David Wilkie to Lord John Russell, 1837 April 7

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 15, Folder: 1, Object: 8
Identifier: id528

Scope and Contents

D. Wilkie, Kensington [London], to Lord John Russell. Regrets that he missed Mrs. Russell's visit to view his art; hopes Lord Russell will stop by to view his art soon at the exhibition.


  • Creation: 1837 April 7

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From the Collection: English