BRACERS Record Detail
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BR enclosed a list of things at Marlow that he needed returned. The "enclosed list" was not included with the photocopy of the letter as received from Mrs. Valerie Eliot. In a footnote to Eliot's letter of 16 March 1919, BR's letter is quoted in part. After these mentions in the letter ("tea-table and coffee-grinder as soon as possible"), the list is said to include: "check trousers, thick overcoat, top hat, fur for neck, long coat or cloak for term, rough coat for country, and day dress for term and day dress for country".
Eliot, Letters 2: 330n.
Record last modified 2020/04/08
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