Letter to Edith Collier from Bridie Reidy 14 March 1917

Bridie Reidy, Author

This is one of the letters in our collection. It was made in 14 Mar 1917. The place where it was made is unknown.
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My dear Miss Collier
I am so glad to get your letter & hear news of you. I often thought of you since the great explosion in London & wonder if you got a fright though it was not near your district. That was good news about your picture I am so glad – I am posting you a few shamrocks & also to my [illeg.] friends. The shamrocks is not so nice this year the weather has been too awful I have chilblains on my hands as I write & they are a bother.
This is a hurried [illeg.] but just to let you know how glad I am to hear from you & get news of you so please excuse –
[illeg.] very best wishes from all at home & love from your affectionate
Bridie Reidy
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210 x 295mm
black and white photocopy on paper
Photocopy of a handwritten letter written to Mrs Collier from person named Bridie Reidy dated March 14th 1917. The letter is handwritten pen on paper.
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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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Acquisition Date
Circa 1985



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