Letters, 1806-1846.

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Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 1786-1846. Letters, 1806-1846.

Letters, 1806-1846.

Regarding Haydon's financial difficulties; asking for assistance and loans. Concerning his work as an artist and teacher. Discussing his relationships with others and apologizing for his behavior.

47 items (80 p.)

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