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890.2. Th. 2 Oct. '83. Frances Reynolds. Anderson Galleries 30 Nov. 1920 (not seen).—

737.1. Tu. 17 July '81. Charles Dilly. Anderson Galleries, 13 May 1918 (not seen).—

RAMSAY, Gilbert Anderson (1880 - 1915), General Superintendent of Glasgow Municipal Art Galleries and Museums from 1914

1135. n.d. Andrew Millar. Anderson Galleries, 12 Jan. 1932 (not seen).—Description in catalogue.

Olde Mill House Gallery and Printing Museum, 10466 W. Yulee Dr., Homosassa, Fla. Permanent exhibition, opened 1990. 2,500 sq. ft. Jim Anderson, owner and curator

863. Sa. S July '83. Mrs. Thrale (Bath). Address: To Mrs Thrale at Bath. Postmark: 5 IY. Anderson Galleries 7 Jan. 1929.—1788, No. 310.

895. M. 27 Oct. '83. Mrs. Thrale (Bath). Sotheby 6 Dec. 1904 (not seen); quotations (‘Mrs. Siddons … very well’) in Quaritch Cat. 253 (1906) 15; and (several) in Anderson Galleries 23 April 1919 (1424/537).—1788, No. 325; Boswell 1791, ii. 467, an extract (Hill iv. 242).

CLARK, (Reginald) Marcus (1883 - 1953), Chairman and Managing Director: Marcus Clark and Co. Ltd; Bon Marché Ltd, Sydney; Hobsons Ltd, Sydney; Chairman Hipsleys Ltd, Sydney; Adviser to Commonwealth Government on Price Control, 1918–19 and 1939–48; Vice-Chairman Commonwealth Requisitioned Cargoes Committee, 1942–48; Member Commonwealth Export Advisory Committee; Chairman Miller Anderson Ltd, Adelaide; and of local board London and Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd; President Associated Chambers of Commerce of Australia, 1939–41 and 1943–45 (Hon. Treas., 1949–51); Councillor (Pres. 1934–36) Sydney Chamber of Commerce; Councillor (Pres. 1916–18) Retail Traders Assoc. of NSW; Vice-Chairman and Life Governor (Hon. Treas. 1925–34) Royal Prince Alfred Hospital; Vice-Pres. Citizens Reform Assoc., NSW; Trustee National Art Gallery NSW


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New York auction firm. John Anderson, Jr. founded the company in 1900, and, in 1903, he acquired Bangs & Co., the oldest auction house in the US. Mitchell Kennerley became ...

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