|Description||/a: Letter to Miss M. A. Sloane, with thanks for the money for the copper; hears she has experimenting with cleaning copper plates, 18 May 1898|
/b: Letter to 'My dear Hart', enclosing his lecture which he hopes will be of interest; he has had burglars at Ingleside, Seaford, but nothing taken or damaged, 20 December 1924
/c: Letter to 'My dear Sherborn', with wishes for his better health; the meeting went well with nothing controversial being raised, undated
/d: Postcard to Miss M. A. Sloane, ARE, Campden Hill Road, London W8, asking her to bring the plate to him on Friday, 26 June 1917
3) n.d., to 'My dear Sherborne'
[Frank Short, Director of Engraving at the Royal College of Art, later Sir Frank Short, President of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers]