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Sent by:
[ Arthur Robert Hinks ]
Sent to:
Violet Isabel Wallace
On:
2 September 1931

Sent by [Arthur Robert Hinks], [Royal Geographical Society, Lowther Lodge, 1 Kensington Gore, London] to Violet Isabel Wallace [none given] on 2 September 1931.

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10 January 2012 by Catchpole, Caroline

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LETTER (WCP3670.3573)

A typical letter typewritten  in English and signed by unsigned.

Held by:
Royal Geographical Society
Finding number:
RGS Corr. Block CB10 1931-1940 WG & V Wallace
Copyright owner:
Copyright of the Arthur Robert Hinks Literary Estate.

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September 2nd, 1931.

Dear Miss Wallace,

The President who has been ill and will probably not be very well for some time is I believe looking forward to trying your father's chair to see if it is comfortable for him in his room for the next few months. I hope that when you call some time elater in the Autumn you may find him there.

Yours very sincerely | Secretary.

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