Reference numberMS/929/1/98
TitleLetter from Charles Thurston Holland, 43 Rodney Street, Liverpool, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date14 January 1919
DescriptionSuggests to Mackenzie Davidson that he and Knox meet him and his friend for dinner at the R.A.C. Explains that his friend is one of the 'coming X-ray men'. Congratulates Mackenzie Davidson on his son's receiving a C.B. Notes that his own son is currently trying to get out of the army and find a civilian job. Informs Mackenzie Davidson that military X-ray work is a bit of a washout in Liverpool, which he is thankful for, though expects the orthopedic hospital will keep him in uniform for some time yet.
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