(1892 - 1955) - bookseller, editor and woman of letters. Signed autograph letter to the deternal denim writer. Deserts (Savoie), August 3, 1948 - 1 page in-8, preserved envelope. Nice friendly letter evoking the organization of a trip to Venise and the last work of its correspondent. "There's no point in telling me to sleep well, I'm just doing this - and eating - and getting down.
My brain is completely flat. I have received this letter from miss molesworth, who is a director of international services.I told her that I was transmitting her letter to you and that you would contact her directly (or Miss Winsor her partner). Maybe you could send her a word right now - I warned her that you were planning on making your trip in September. I am very glad that bryher puts you right into their hands; they will help you a lot to manage.
International services is an amazing travel agency and you will be treated with a lot of respect. The weather here is pretty hot, but almost always covered; the storms go and come like it never happened.
"My mail follows me, but not the packages. You can imagine the deliveries of the hatchet couriers coming to me here.I wish I had your book now, but I'll find it when I get back. Tell me if the trip to venise is all right. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons".Dinks" and is located in this country: en.
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