BRACERS Record Detail
To access the original letter, email the Ready Division.
This letter has not been matched to an original letter, unlike all other letters in this "C" grouping.
This letter was originally numbered "8"; that is crossed out and replaced with "9". It is described as a copy because all other letters in the file are copies.
In the letter BR writes: "I have read 'Black 'Ell" and think it splendid—". There is an exchange between Russell and Colette in early October 1916 where Miles Malleson's plays are mentioned. He forgot to get them from her before he left for Abinger Common for the weekend.
The date has been assigned based on its sequence in the numbering of this "C" group of letters. However, the sequence numbering is sometimes out of date order. Thus the day of the month is tentative.
Malleson, Constance CM Ts "C" 9
Record last modified 2020/04/09
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