Letter expressing sympathy for the 'overrunning of your old residence by the Jap[anese] and the worl of your firm overthrown' and news of the writer's family. Jack's godson who is prone to colds and 'does not think very highly of his present school' (Rugby) but is doing particularly well in music. Son Donald, who has received a scholarship from his English paper. News that the family went to a Farming Camp in Hereford, for which his wife did the catering and cooking. That son Rob[ert?] has a serious weakness with his eyes and that his wife, Barbara, is very busy as they are without a maid.
Letter to Jack from illegible [Can...?]
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- Dates of Creation21 Dec 1941
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