Letter written to Edith Collier from her father Henry Collier. 23 June 1915.

Henry Collier, Author

This is one of the letters in our collection. It was made in 23 Jun 1915. The place where it was made is unknown.
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Wanganui
June 23, 1915
Dear Edith
We have just rec’d [received] two letters from you at Bonmahon. Mother wrote last night I think in [illeg.] – you had better take more lessons from Mrs Brillson when you return to London. That is of course if you think she is a good teacher – ask her if she knows Mrs Hambleton he used to stay in the Queens Hall Orchestra under Wood. Perhaps he is dead, I didn’t notice his name in any programmes. [illeg.] Herbert Hall.
PS I enclose [illeg.] [illeg.] draft in case the first did not arrive
Yours affectionately
H Collier
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Measurements
254 x 202mm
Media
ink on paper
Description
Letter written to Edith Collier from her father Henry Collier. 23 June 1915. Written single sided on one sheet of unlined paper.
Credit Line
Collection of The Edith Collier Trust, in the permanent care of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui.
Collection Type
Archives
Loans
Acquisition Date
Circa 1985

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A2015/1/247

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