The letters concern Margaret Nash's request for information about the Paul Nash watercolours owned by Sir David, arrangements for photographing them, Margaret's proposed documentary about Paul Nash's photographs (TGA 7050/2212-15) and the sale of 'Sudden Storm' (TGA 7050/2216-18). Includes draft of letter from Margaret proposing the sale of 'Sudden Storm' together with list of some of Sir David's Nash collection. Paintings mentioned include 'Study for the Battle of Germany', 'Path in a Wood', 'The Avenue', 'Cafe Window', 'Elm Tree Cottage' 'Sun Descending', 'Ghost of the Heinkel' and 'Dead Sea' (TGA 7050/2216 and 2218).
Eight typed letters from Margaret Nash to Sir David Eccles, and his replies, including two on his behalf from Barbara Walsh his Personal Secretary and R.F. Cunningham, Assistant Private Secretary.
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 7050/2205-2220
- Dates of Creation1956 - 1957
- Physical Description18 pieces