Reference numberMS/929/1/63
TitleLetter from Feodora Gleichen, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date17 July 1916
DescriptionThanks Mackenzie Davidson for writing and notes that her sister Valda was grateful for his kind words. Talks of her brother's [Lord Edward Gleichen] batallion and hopes that it will be back to full strength again some day. Informs Mackenzie Davidson that she received a letter from Helena, who is full of work and struggling under the heat at her station.
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Administrative historyLady Feodora Gleichen was a multidisciplinary artist, creating large sculptures for public venues, as well as smaller objects, portrait busts, small bronzes and bas reliefs. Some of her major works include the statue of Queen Victoria surrounded by children at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal (1895) and the statue of Florence Nightingale at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary (1914)
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