Reference numberMS/929/1/70
TitleLetter from Feodora Gleichen, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date26 October 1917
DescriptionGliechen has just heard from Helena of Mackenzie Davidson's own hand. Expresses great sorrow at this loss and comments that Mackenzie Davidson's hands are the ones that cannot be spared. Writes that, considering all Mackenzie Davidson has done for X-ray work, he now deserves a real rest from it and urges him to heed the advice he gives to his patients.
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