This group of 472 files contain official or business correspondence which largely post-dates Clark's employment at the National Gallery. The files originally formed three basic sequences. The first covered mainly the 1940s, and the other two ran, in many cases, parallel during the 1960s and 1970s. This may have been due to Clark having two secretaries, one at Saltwood Castle and one at his London base in the Albany. The Saltwood secretary tended to open files for most correspondents, which meant that many files contain only a few pieces
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 8812/1/4
- Dates of Creation1928-1983
- Physical Description47 boxes
Scope and Content
The files are arranged alphabetically. They were originally arranged in three basic sequences covering different but overlapping periods, organised by different secretaries. The three sequences have now been merged, along with some other individual files found scattered throughout the rest of the collection.
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Paper list of individual files or letters available.