Handwritten Copies of Letters

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[Copies of] letters, "no.11", from Dorothy Isaac:

  • 1. Dated 16 Nov. [1921], to Muriel stating that she has been in charge in the absence of Mr. and Mrs [T.H.] Wilson, [A.] McTavish and Bessie [Dunn]; reference to a Belgian trader living nearby; noting [birth] of Dorothy May Althorp; children from Mated attending the School; address given by [T.H.]Wilson; building of the new pharmacy; learning the pharmacy work; stay of the son of the Belgian trader to learn English; visit to nearby town for Gospel service.
  • 2. Dated 2 Dec. 1921, to her mother describing visit to Lusambo to see the new baby; Louis Gentil, the Belgian boy; reluctance of children to come to school regularly; cases of small-pox; maize and peanut crops; freeing the steamer from sandbank.

Dated at Inkongo