Reference numberMS/929/1/67
TitleLetter from Feodora Gleichen, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date25 January 1919
DescriptionExpresses distress at the thought that they have made a mistake as to Mackenzie Davidson's wishes concerning the advertising [unspecified]. Explains that she understood Mackenzie Davidson's wishes were not to alter the wording of the circular, in which his name appears beside Lord Grenfell and Arthur Stanley, and then publish posters as copies of that circular. In order to correct this, she assures Mackenzie Davidson that a newspaper notice will go out stating that he is not speaking at the event.
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