Net gain to the arts

1st August 1997 at 01:00
Letters from Karl Marx, Benjamin Franklin and Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and a drawing by the 10-year-old Edwin Landseer will be among the treasures of the Royal Society of Arts available for study on the Internet, following a Pounds 700,000 award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The grant will help to catalogue electronically the 250-year history of the society.

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