Begging her to pay no attention to the resolution of the Committee. If she resigns she will do so too. She sees it as Miss Bewicke's doing and she will do as she did with Madame Venturi 'write to her firmly and tell her I can no longer work with her'. So 'wait a little' and 'don't resign'.
Josephine Butler to [Mrs Tanner]
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- Former ReferenceGB 106 4013
- Dates of Creation3 Mar 1884
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3 Mar [c.1884] 'my sister' Mrs Garston, known as 'Aunt Tully' in the family. After the death of her husband Edgar Garston, she came to live in London (19 Stafford Terrace). She was on the Executive Committee of the LNA and her home in London was always open to receive foreign delegates to British Federation meetings or members of her family. 'you have been an admirable Treasurer.' Mrs Tanner was Hon Treasurer of the LNA from its inception to a few years before her death in 1905. Biog: Mrs Garston; Mrs Tanner; Miss Bewicke; Mrs Venturi.