116156

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Collection code 
RA2
Class no. 
760
Document no. 
.101096
Box no. 
8.32
Source if not BR 
Recipient(s) 
BR
Sender(s) 
Tylor, Louis
Coward, Chance & Co.
Date 
1939/06/23
Enclosures/References 
Form of letter 
TLS
Pieces 
5
BR's address code (if sender) 
Notes, topics or text 

Tylor writes, "As I expect you know, Dora has only just emerged from a nursing home where she was obliged to go as a result of a severe attack of acute eczema, which according to her doctor is due to the disordered state of her blood and has been brought on by hard work and worry. Maw also tells me that the question of the children's visit to America is causing her serious anxiety, which is aggravated by her serious state of health." Tylor has heard from Dr. Curry that the children are going to try and persuade Dora to withdraw her objection to their spending the holidays in America.

Tylor discusses the consequences of the children staying in America if war were to break out.

"There is one further point to which I should draw your attention, namely that I understand from Dr. Curry that John will be doing some work after the summer holidays. I am not sure whether it is proposed that he should attend the California University or Chicago University. The snag about his attending Chicago University from the court's point of view is that he would not be living under your personal care and attention."

BR had sent the full "arrears" mentioned in the previous letter.

BR in very old age wrote an identification of Maw on p. 1. Also in file: a copy of this letter, missing sheets 4 and 5.

Filed 
Published 
Russell letter no. 
Permission 
Everyone
Thread 
Reel no. 
Frame no. 
Record no. 
116156
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Record last modified 2016/02/17
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