Scope and Content

On Janet's letters, Eustace and Val, Janet's wrist, Greasby Church, visiting Trout[beck?], her mother [Edith Mary (Dorrie) Collingwood] going to Preston to collect miniatures and staying for an Annual General Meeting, 'impoverished households' and luxuries, patient's bandage removed and he could see, Sara being foul-mouthed and Janet being a Puritan, [EMW?] being in bed with jaundice and refusing offers of books, health of various acquaintances, an incident where Badger [Oscar] bought a piece of land, an old man who calls Janet Madam, offers of help in their preparations for going away, and Roger's wedding in the Times.