BRACERS Record Detail
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The envelope shows that the letter was redirected from New York to Telegraph House.
Dora was relieved to get BR's letter from Cleveland. She has a letter from Ottoline which she will not forward as he is sailing on Friday. Griffin Barry will visit Sunday or Monday and stay in London. His feelings about the baby have developed. "He isn't wicked, darling, he is just a queer starred lonely human being, with next to no practical sense and the American incapacity for understanding profound parental feeling."
Note stapled to envelope and typed on Edith Russell's typewriter: "Griffin's feelings about baby (end of back of page 1). 6 Dec. 1929".
Record last modified 2016/02/22
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