Letter from Sir Lawrence to his mother, Mary Pattinson

Scope and Content

Sir Lawrence discusses a parcel received from his mother including a tin of Devonshire cream, and remarks on plans to buy furniture for his sister-in-law Lina.

He writes about his patrol in bad weather, and the possibility of him being given a job as Flight Commander in England. He also remarks on being afraid and asks his mother to pray for him to have courage. He notes that he had paid to send a box of expensive chocolates to Diane, but suspects they were not sent .

Conditions Governing Access

Open.