Reference numberMS/929/1/85
TitleLetter from Helena Gleichen, Rookery Farm, Seagry, Great Somerford, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date2 April 1918
DescriptionNotes that she does not think much of Mackenzie Davidson's friend General Goodwin's manners, who still has not replied to her letter of March. Writes that her and Nina's radiography skills are 'going heavily to waste' in England. Hopes that they get jobs soon, however, mentions her desire to stay away from base hospital work owing to the very strong rays.
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