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CHAR 1/302 Personal: Society of Marine Artists, Chairmanship.

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CHAR 1/302/1-3

Letter from Sir John Lavery to WSC, asking if he would be willing to act as Chairman of Maritime Art Exhibition.

20 Feb 1937
CHAR 1/302/4

Letter from Violet Pearman to Sir John Lavery, WSC's willingness to become Chairman of Maritime Art Exhibition, regretting his inability to take an active part in the organisation [carbon].

24 Feb 1937
CHAR 1/302/5

Letter from C.R. Chisman to Violet Pearman on WSC's chairmanship of the Maritime Art Exhibition.

27 Feb 1937
CHAR 1/302/6-12

Letter from M.M. Bradshaw, Secretary, Maritime Art Exhibition, to Violet Pearman, sending minutes of Committee Meeting and a draft of the introduction to the exhibition catalogue.

13 Apr 1937
CHAR 1/302/13

Letter from Violet Pearman to M.M. Bradshaw, WSC's approval of introduction to Maritime Art Exhibition Catalogue [carbon].

20 Apr 1937
CHAR 1/302/14

Letter from Sir John Lavery to WSC, on the King's Patronage of the Maritime Art Exhibition.

30 Apr 1937
CHAR 1/302/15

Letter from Violet Pearman to Sir John Lavery, confirming despatch of letter to Lord Wigram on the King's Patronage of the Maritime Art Exhibition.

03 May 1936
CHAR 1/302/16

Letter from Sir Ulick Alexander, Privy Purse Office, to WSC, giving the King's agreement to act as Patron of the Maritime Art Exhibition.

18 May 1937
CHAR 1/302/17

Letter from WSC to Sir Ulick Alexander, pleasure at the King's Patronage of the Maritime Art Exhibition [carbon].

26 May 1937
CHAR 1/302/18-19

Letter from C.R. Chisman to WSC, on the King's agreement to act as Patron of the Maritime Art Exhibition.

20 May 1937
CHAR 1/302/20-21

Letter from Violet Pearman to C.R. Chisman, giving WSC's approval of Maritime Art Exhibition Catalogue.

26 May 1937
CHAR 1/302/22-30

Letter from M.B. Bradshaw, Secretary Maritime Art Exhibition, to WSC, enclosing minutes of Committee Meeting.

09 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/31

Letter from Violet Pearman to C.R. Chisman, on request from Kodak Ltd for photographs to be included in Maritime Art Exhibition [carbon].

12 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/32

Letter from M.B. Bradshaw to Violet Pearman, acknowledging receipt of request from Kodak Ltd for photographs to be included in Maritime Art Exhibition.

14 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/33-34

Letter from Sir John Lowther, P.S. to George, Duke of Kent, to WSC, on the Duke's inability to open Maritime Art Exhibition.

14 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/35

Letter from Sir John Lavery to WSC, asking if he would be willing to open Maritime Art Exhibition.

23 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/36

Letter from WSC to Sir John Lavery, agreeing to open Maritime Art Exhibition [carbon].

25 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/37

Letter from Sir John Lavery to WSC, asking if he would be willing to show one of his own sea pictures at the Maritime Art Exhibition, also asking if he had any objections to Lavery showing sketch of WSC painting in Lady Paget's garden.

29 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/38

Proof of invitation to Private View of Maritime Art Exhibition.

[Jun 1937]
CHAR 1/302/39

Letter from WSC to Sir John Lavery, stating that he had no suitable pictures for the Maritime Art Exhibition, and agreeing to exhibition of Lavery's sketch of WSC painting in Lady Paget's garden [carbon].

30 Jun 1937
CHAR 1/302/40-42

Letter from M.B. Bradshaw to WSC, asking if he would be willing to exhibit at Maritime Art Exhibition, enclosing copy of schedule for exhibitors.

06 Jul 1937
CHAR 1/302/43

Letter from Violet Pearman to M.B. Bradshaw, stating that WSC had no suitable pictures for the Maritime Art Exhibition.

08 Jul 1937
CHAR 1/302/44

Letter from M.B. Bradshaw to Violet Pearman, sending proof of invitation to Private View of Maritime Art Exhibition, for approval by WSC.

12 Jul 1937
CHAR 1/302/45-49

Minutes of final meeting of the Executive Committee of the Maritime Art Exhibition, giving report of attendance and receipts, sales and the financial losses, also discussing the possibility of forming a Society of Marine Artists.

07 Oct 1937