BRACERS Record Detail
To access the original letter, email the Ready Division.
The letter contains a message from T.S. Eliot—see document .054830, record 69109—and a message about Malleson and one apparently from her. Arrangements for visitors on August 28 are described. There is a brief message from Ernest E. Hunter which appears in the transcription below. A separate record has been created for a message from Stanley Unwin, record 3164.
[This is an official letter, with envelope, initialled by the prison governor, CH. The first section is typewritten but still difficult to read. The following initials appear: D.W. (Dorothy Wrinch); C (Constance Malleson); E.E.H. (Ernest E. Hunter); V.T. (Violet Tillyard); Miss D. (Helen Dudley). Clare is Clare Annesley (Constance Malleson's sister). 34 is Russell's flat, 34 Russell Chambers, Bury Street.The books referred to in this letter are Ekai Kawaguchi, Three Years in Thibet; Evariste Régis Huc and Joseph Gabet, Travels in Tatory, Thibet and China; Sir E. Backhouse and J.O.P. Bland, Empress Dowager; George Moore, The Brook Kerith: a Syrian Story; George Moore, Hail and Farewell: Ave, Salve, Vale (3 vols.). The detective tales are by Emile Gaborian, also called Gaboriau.]
Record last modified 2019/04/25
Created/last modified by duncana