Letter from Frederick John Horniman to Mr Kemp regarding the sketch of the clock tower (likely the clock tower of the Horniman Museum), 1897

A letter sent by Frederick Horniman to Joseph Kemp, dated 14th April 1897, requesting the sketch of 'the clock tower' as soon as it is available. In a post script, Horniman asks Mr Kemp to 'give a hand in the museum during the holidays'. The back of the letter contains notes written in black ink titled 'CCC new Houses' followed by a series of wall measurements and calculations

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