Written from 2 Victoria Villas, Wooler, Northumberland.
She explains the situation and reminds her of the photograph she took of her when ill. 'That photograph is not liked for it is too deathlike and rather terrible' so it has been suppressed. Will she tell her how much Mrs Fawcett paid her for the photographs as she cannot let her have the expense needlessly. Hopes she is getting on with Lady Aberdeen's work (National Council of Women). Warns her not to try to visit her for she sees none but her own family and Wooler, Northumberland is quite off the main track. [For Emily Ford's comment on this letter see her letter to Mrs Fawcett of 31 Jul 1906]