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✓ March 16, 1934 TELEPHONE, GROSVENOR 1637. INLAND TELEGRAMS, ELEVATION, AUDLEY, LONDON. CABLEGRAMS, ELEVATION, LONDON. 2, HILL STREET, BERKELEY SQUARE, W.1. Dear Mr. Clyfford Trevor, I must thank you for your letter of March 2nd. The portrait of Lady Hamilton by Romney has not been photographed as yet. It is described in the standard book on Romney by Humphrey Ward-Roberts; and it has been shown at the Winter Exhibition of Old Masters at the Royal Academy, Burlington House. It
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