GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |GRI George Richmond, RA personal papers 1825-1896
| |GRI/3 General correspondence of George Richmond c.1826-1896
| ||>GRI/3/279 Fanny Patteson, Feniton, to George Richmond 2 Mar [c.1859]|
|Title||Fanny Patteson, Feniton, to George Richmond|
|Date||2 Mar [c.1859]|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||She was pleased with his letter and he shares their feelings about the natives, Coley hates them being called savages; Joanna has gone to Teingmouth with Coley's letters; if he can not get the drawings done she can apply to Mr. Boxall or to Mr. John Horsley; her brother suggests Jane Coleridge but Patteson thinks she is not up to the task; thanks him for his mention of the 'Nobody's' drinking her father's health; she is sorry to hear of his illness and inability to work.|