David Jones, though not well, does not now have to face an operation. Apologies for not having sent Jim any lettering for Christmas. He has written to Elisabeth Swan, Ede's daughter. He refers to Ede's 'Cambridge scheme' [Kettle's Yard], and a radio broadcast about Roman roads. Jones hopes to do a further broadcast about soldiers guarding a city wall. He speaks about the difficulties of giving a talk on radio. He is uncertain about whether he will have to move house. He heard Kathleen Raine's poetry on radio, and points out her Cambridge connection; he refers to Helen Sutherland's 'arctic mountain'. No address.
Letter from David Jones to Jim Ede: refers to Ede's 'Cambridge scheme'
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- ReferenceGB 1759 KY/EDE/1/8/1/99
- Former ReferenceGB 1759 L.104.1977
- Dates of Creation2 February 1956
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