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Document number: 6548
Date: 05 Jan 1852
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: HENNEMAN Nicolaas
Collection: National Science and Media Museum, Bradford
Collection number: 1937-4995
Last updated: 7th July 2010

122 Regent St <1>
5 January 1852


as I am unable to find a other place, donnt you think I better take the one at Kensal green, <2> the owner will not take less than seven hundred pounds, perhaps he would pay the conveyances, but before I go to him again I should like to kno from you the manner I am to propose payment for from wath I can judge he requires sure security, will you permit me to name you, (as I have in reality no one els) an early answer will greatly oblige–

Your Obedient Servant
N. Henneman

H. F. Talbot Esq.
Lacock Abbey


1. 122 Regent Street, London: base of Nicolaas Hennemans’ Talbotype or Sun Picture Rooms, later the firm of Henneman & Malone, photographers to the Queen.

2. Probably Monument House, Kensal Green, London, where Henneman had a photographic printing business, 1852–1856. [See Doc. No: 06513, Doc. No: 07254].

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