22 Feb 1911

Scope and Content

On Dora's 25th birthday, receiving Barbara's letter, wanting to see her and Barbara, Irene Smithell's engagement, Gershom and Ursula always writing, not accumulating news on a 'bed of affliction', Ernest [Altounyan] not being at all well, Dorrie's opinion of Ernest [Altounyan], reading William de Morgan's An Affair of Dishonour, a book on Romance History by Pelham, despairing about getting miniatures done for the R[oyal] I[nstitute], a message for Kammie, answering question about the Pennington Cross that Barbara asked in her letter saying that [W. G. Collingwood] designed it, and how Dorrie does not wish to have a cross on her grave but would rather be cremated.