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Letter from Charles Keene to Joseph Crawhall II

Keene writes to Crawhall concerning his health and encourages him to "take to the tobacco pipes". He also discusses the "first no. of a comic periodical published at Inverness" he has seen. Written from 239 King's Road, Chelsea.

Letter from Charles Keene to Joseph Crawhall II

Keene writes about difficulties he is having with his editor, and remarks on showing proofs to "Stacey Marks R.A.". He also discusses a book Andrew Tuer, the publisher, is planning on releasing in the spring. Written from 239 King's Road, Chelsea.

Letter from Charles Keene to Joseph Crawhall II

Keene writes to inform Crawhall he is going to watch a "Procession of Eqypitan Warriors", and makes enquiries into Crawhall's work and next 'literary exercise'. He also provides information on their mutual friends. Written from 239 King's Road, Chelsea.

Letter from Charles Keene to Joseph Crawhall II

Keene writes to say he has received books from Waters which he shall be forwarding to Crawhall, along with a sheeet of sketches. He discusses the arrangements for a 'General Meeting of the "Arts" Club', and the sale of a "Mr Stewart's" collection of books. Written from 239 King's Road, Chelsea.

Letters from Charles Keene

Consists of 10 letters sent from Charles Keene to Joseph Crawhall II. The letters discuss both personal matters and their common interest in art and literature.

Keene, Charles Samuel, 1823-1891, artist

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