Helen Sutherland finds herself very busy as her domestic staff are on holiday. She quotes Gerald Manley Hopkins. She has decided to go to Paris to see the Picasso exhibition with Winifred Nicholson but is anxious about the austerity this will impose upon her [small sketch]. She gives details of her travel plans. She quotes Mrs Sitwell's remarks about Ede. Mentions D'Arcy Sitwell and her opinion of his work a little; and her duck. Thinks that David Jones should draw Jim and Helen Ede. The envelope mentions Vera Moore and Ratan Devi [alias philosopher Ananda Kentish Cooramaswamy]. No address.
Letter of Helen Sutherland to Jim Ede: going to Paris with Winifred Nicholson; mentions other friends in the circle
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- Former ReferenceGB 1759 HSL37/1984
- Dates of Creation27 June 1932
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