Reference numberMS/929/1/66
TitleLetter from Feodora Gleichen, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date3 January 1917
DescriptionThanks Mackenzie Davidson for her New Years present; she is delighted by the likeness and how nice a picture it makes. Thanks him also for asking after her ribs, which are feeling much better though still a little achy. Desires Helena to return home and rest, but accepts that this cannot be done until the assistants know more about their work. Notes it is a great drawback none of them speaking Italian.
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