Daisy Dobson in Washington, Maryland to friends in England

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter. Addressed to 'My dears' [mentions 'Dad' and 'Aunt P' so is intended for her sister, who will pass the letter on]. Written on train bound for Washington DC. Describes visit to Moorestown, New Jersey; stay with Quaker Dr Rufus Jones at Haverford College where Royden lectures on 'America and England: can they really be friends?'; mentions scandal caused by Royden admitting to smoking; visit with Agatha Harrison to Greenwich Village (in Manhattan) and an 'automat' self-service cafe.