Subseries - Charles H. Lansborough correspondence

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Charles H. Lansborough correspondence

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  • 27 March [1954]-26 December 1974 (Creation)

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2.5 cm of textual records and other materials

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(13 May 1893-28 May 1986)

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Subseries consists of letters and photographs sent to Hanne by her friend and fellow Austrian, Charles Lansborough (born Carl H. Landsbergh/Landsberger). Charles fled to London during the Second World War, where he established himself as an art expert/valuer. Charles and Hanne corresponded until his death in 1974. This subseries also includes two letters from Charles’ partner, Mina, who wrote to Hanne telling her of her friend’s death. The photographs in this subseries feature interior shots of a well appointed home. There are also photographs of Charles and Mina.

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Materials are in good condition.

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  • English
  • German

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Includes: 2.5 cm of textual records, 10 medium b&w photographs, and 4 small colour photographs.

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