Reference numberMS/929/1/144
TitleLetter from Alex Ogston, No. 2 Elmgrove, Church Street, Hanwell, London, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date19 December 1914
DescriptionUrges Mackenzie Davidson not to be angry with him about lunch. Simply explains that he is so busy that three hours for a lunch would be a considerable loss to him. Comments that for Mackenzie Davidson to come down and aid him and his colleague with the operation [on the soldier's calf] would be rather impractical.
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