Letter from David Jones to Jim Ede: Jones has had a stroke and subsequent fall

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David Jones explains to Ede about his recent stroke and subsequent fall, and the operation for a broken hip which has put him in the Calvary Nursing Home. His correspondence and work are in a muddle; he cannot recall a letter from Duncan Robinson, Assistant Keeper of Prints and Drawings at the Fitzwilliam, or Mr Campbell. Feels unable to make an inscription for the Catalogue [of Kettle's Yard, 1970]. Discusses the use of 'quia per incarnati' as cover for the catalogue, and trust's Ede's judgement about the reproduction. All the drawings and inscriptions he was working on at the time of his accident are in a bank vault. No address.