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Correspondence to Jones from Fraser, Hugh., 07/23/1964-07/23/1964

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 10
Identifier: 42210

Series-level Scope and Content Note

From the Series:

(Box 3, Folders 1-11) Part IV contains miscellaneous correspondence sent and received by David Jones. Includes letters from old friends such as H.S. (Jim) Ede, Hugh Fraser, and Prudence Pelham.


  • 07/23/1964-07/23/1964

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From the Collection: 5.75 Linear Feet (10 Hollinger boxes: 8 Document Cases, 1 Slim Document Case, 1 Drop-front flat case (20x24"))

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Container Summary

Contains TLS from the Rt. Hon. Hugh Fraser, M.P., husband of Lady Antonia Pakenham Fraser. @ "Dear David, I was lucky enough to get your marvellous picture of the Gill Farm yesterday at Sotheby's for 230 pounds. When we meet in August I will show it to you again. I have been in touch with Mr. Cooper, the Assistant Editor of a paper called "Taxation," as he seems to know most about how you were swindled by the Special Commissioners, and I will see what I can do, but I am not hopeful. It was very nice to have got your picture, even though you may never get this letter!"

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FRASER, HUGH - CORRES. TO JONES, DAVID 1964: Typed Letter Signed

JONES, DAVID - CORRES. FROM FRASER, HUGH 1964: Typed Letter Signed

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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