Letter to mother with sketch of "Our calculating female returned to-day" (September 1925)

Friday 11th Sept


My dear Mother,

I am afraid I haven’t much news for you. I am answering an advertisement to-night but can’t guess whether it is a suitable place or not.

The parcel arrived quite safely. I am glad you and/or G’ma remembered the book. I wonder if Allan has finished ‘Augustus Carp’ and what he thought of it. I should like all of you to read it in turn, I am sure you would like it. Anyway G’ma Stern said she’d like to have it.

I am extremely busy still but will probably take a spot of leave in a week or two.

I hope you are all fit and well. Get G’ma a present from me if there’s anything she wants.

Love to G’ma & Dad,

Fondest love,

Your Harold.


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