Portraits of some Famous Falcons and letters from Blaine to Anthony Jack

Date Created: 03 June 2019

Author: Tony James (BAF)

Source: BF of BAF

Owner: BAF

Location: UK

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Comments from Tony James:

There’s a certain pleasure in linking little bits of historical information, and I enjoyed linking a couple of letters from Blaine to Anthony Jack, to a book held at the BAF.
The book is one that Blaine produced privately for a small group of friends, ‘Portraits of some Famous Falcons’.
It formed part of the exhibition in Berlin in 1937, and was apparently lent to Anthony for a later exhibition at Roland Ward’s.


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