Letter on black-edged paper, unclear hand-writing, no address provided. Discussion of a planned tea-party, 'Don't worry about the Club. Mrs Moberly Bell came to see me yesterday to say she couldn't cater for the tea nor go to the party as her most intimate friend is lying dead. She had just heard from Mrs ? who had had to go...at almost a moment's notice.So she and I arranged that my little Miss Godfrey should arrange the tea as she does for all my parties', query about the membership status of Miss Ida Deahl who wants to be a town member, talks of her ill-health and recommends 'Fellows Syrup'.
Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard to Miss Dickinson
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- ReferenceGB 106 6WCW/11/2
- Dates of Creation29 Jan 1892
- Physical Description1 item