131283

BRACERS Record Detail

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Collection code 
B&R
Class no. 
H
Document no. 
.
Box no. 
Source if not BR 
Recipient(s) 
Malleson, Constance
Sender(s) 
BR
Date 
1941*/
Enclosures/References 
Form of letter 
PD(X)
Pieces 
1
BR's address code (if sender) 
Notes, topics or text 

This excerpt of a letter from BR to Malleson, sent from Malvern, Pennsylvania, is found on page 185 of Malleson's book, In the North.

"Your Xmas letter with nice photograph, which was to have taken five days by air, reached me yesterday, having taken exactly a month. It is curious that I had just had a very vivid dream about you. ... Your photograph makes you look very sad. I have been thinking a great deal about you: hoping you are as safe as one can be in these days, and wondering how you fill your time in the Arctic winter. I hear sometimes from Gilbert Murray. Since I wrote to you last I have had three months at Harvard giving the William James Lectures. Now I have this five years' job. ... We have taken a 200-year old farm house in lovely hilly wooded country, about 25 miles from Philadelphia. ... I have grown more and more interested in history, especially of ideas. At last I am making use of Burnet in my work. I have no plans for after the war—I do not dare to think of such a time.

Write again soon and give me your news...."

Filed 

B&R H34.01a

Published 

B&R H34

Russell letter no. 
Permission 
Everyone
Thread 
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Frame no. 
Record no. 
131283
Record created 2016/03/17
Record last modified 2016/03/18
Created/last modified by duncana