Letter to Edith Collier from M Culliman 18th November year unknown

M Cullinan, Author

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Nov 18th
[illeg.] Collier
Your letter came to hand some time ago I was glad to hear you were well also your brothers I always think of you when I hear of the air rades have they dropped any boms near where you are living the air raides are bad enough but the submarines are worse because they are the case of the scarcity of food the prices here have gone up so the bachon [bacon] is now 2/1 per lb tea 2/16 lb suggar [sugar] [illeg.] lb butter 2/. Suggar is very [illeg.] but I manage to get all I want Eggs are 3/6 per dozen I suppose every thing must be must dearer in London what about [illeg.] ready young man have he been to see you yet [illeg.] two years is up by this time I suppose she met hers while drawing the [illeg.] Mr & Mrs Watts are away at present Mr W is feeling quite nervous otherwise he looks well Kate want to know will you ever come to Ireland again I hope all the ladies are well as ever
your old friend M Culliman
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210 x 295mm
black and white photocopy on paper
Photocopy of a 4 page letter written to Mrs Collier from person named M Culliman dated November 18th year unknown. The letter is handwritten pen on paper and has a return address of Bonmahon top right hand corner. In the letter M Culliman talks about the prices of everyday essential items which have risen during the war.
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Collection of The Edith Collier Trust, in the permanent care of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui.
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Circa 1985



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