Photocopy of letter. Written from Cannes.
Says how cold it is even in that warm country, so that the flowers are all shrivelled up and icicles hanging from the arches of the aqueduct. Suggests they should pray for the poor people and little children in London and big cities and that they might put a penny in their collecting box now and then to help them. Asks them to think of the long way the letter from Uncle Charlie came from the centre of Africa to the coast and then nearly three weeks in a ship.