Sent by William Greenell [ARW's son] Wallace, Doveshill Cottage, Ensbury Park, Bournemouth, Hampshire to Arthur Robert Hinks Royal Geographical Society, Lowther Lodge, 1 Kensington Gore, London on 3 August 1931.
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A typical letter handwritten by author in English and signed by author.
An original MS
Pages with text: 2
Transcriber: Shahidain, Sadik Osman
Transcription date: September 5, 2014
Scrutiny: 05/09/2014 - Rodwell, Stephen;
Signed off: no
My sister has to dispose of a large armchair which formerly belonged to our father, the late Dr Alfred Russel Wallace, and was for many years constantly used by him. If your society would care to accept it for the use of members my sister will be very glad to present it.
My sister's address is, :--
The Chart; Oxted, Surrey.
where the chair may be seen.
[] My sister is leaving her house at the end of this month, so will you kindly let her or me know your decision as soon as possible & should you decide to accept it perhaps you would be good enough to make arrangements for the chair's removal.
Yours faithfully, | W. G. Wallace3 [signature]
1. In the top left of page one of the manuscript, a rectangular stamp has the printed text "R. G. S." and below that, "5 AUG[UST] 1931". Additionally, handwritten within this stamp, the text reads "Aug[ust] 3rd 1931" and below that "The Hone Secretary, R.G.S.". And finally, below the address in the top right of page of of the manuscript, the text reads, in red ink: "Ack[nowledged]. [1 word illeg.] [signature]".
2. Wallace, Violet Isabel (1869-1945). Daughter of Alfred Russel Wallace.
3. Wallace, William Greenell (1871-1951). Youngest of 3 children of Alfred Russel Wallace.
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