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McMaster U., Russell Archives Staff
Colette will have Blackwell (and J.G. Slater, too) to tea on Monday, 24 August 1970, at her cottage in Lavenham, Suffolk. She had fallen recently injuring her head and has been in hospital. She has never recovered from her stroke, leaving her paralysed on her left side, and is also very deaf.
"There are also here 2 items (or objects) brought by him from Russia (1920): an ikon and a small blue lacquer round box...."
[Although she offered them to the Russell Archives after her death, they did not arrive.]
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