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Letter from Eric Brown, Director of the National Gallery of Canada to Francis Johnston, 3 September 1918
Eric Brown was appointed the first full-time Curator of the National Gallery of Canada in 1910. Two years later he was made Gallery Director, a position that he held until his death in 1939. Franz Johnston’s unparalleled aerial views fascinated and sparked the imagination enamoring him with the Canadian art community and laymen alike.
Library and Archives Canada
R320, container 1, file 7
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