GB GB1179 AB-AB/417
Autograph letter signed from Walter Hatton to Adolph Brodsky
- 1920 (Creation)
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Sometime member of the Brodsky Quartet whilst 'cellist Carl Fuchs was detained in Germany during the First World War.
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On the official headed paper of the Brodsky Quartet, which at that time, comprised Dr. Adolph Brodsky, John S. Bridge, Frank S. Park and Walter Hatton. Hatton has received a letter from Miss Garnett who has altered the date of the first Windermere concert and would like a sketch programme of the three concerts. Hatton will send them on to her once he receives them from Brodsky. Hatton has heard from Mrs. Speelman who does not know that Mr. Speelman ever had an address book. All their things are stored away but if she finds anything, she will send it on. The letter is dated 18 May 1920.
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