NPG 1407 (2a)

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Letter from Cecil Rhodes to Mary Seton Watts, (possibly 1898), regarding his visit to the Watts's home and the didactic role which he envisaged for the portrait.



Dear Mrs Watts
I could not help just writing a line and thanking you and your husband. It was such a pleasure
to come to you & your home was quite different
to anything that I had ever come across in