Letter: Boston, 266A St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate, S. W. 1 to [H. R.] Davies

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      GB 221 WDY/7/1
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WDY/75
  • Dates of Creation
      1934 Jan. 24
  • Language of Material
      English
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      1 item

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LETTER: Boston, 266A St. James's Court, Buckingham Gate, S. W. 1 to [H. R.] Davies acknowledging receipt of his letter regarding the preservation of the Anglesey Records. Boston describes the matter as complicated and difficult and will give his views in due course. He has not had any communication from Cemlyn Jones or R. L. Edwards on the subject, though he knew that steps were in contemplation to remove the Anglesey records to more suitable and convenient premises. He has been troubled with minor ailments during the winter, and reports that 'her ladyship' is in excellent health, though he has failed to induce her to accompany him to Lligwy. Asks H. R. D. if they can meet somewhere to discuss the 'Records' question. In a postscript he adds that they have nasty fogs in London nearly every day.

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