Papers of Lyn Newman
||ALS to Nancy Blackburn
||29 July 1971
|Extent and Medium
||3 p; paper
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Mentions that she has had William and his friend Karmen Curtis staying, and that Edward got a lot out of his American trip. Sympathises with Nancy's ill health. Reports that Alicia Percival has offered Elsa her house whilst she is travelling, and that Vi hopes to go to Escot. Points out an article in The Mathematical Gazette for June called "An Ancient Tragedy" about Noah's ark. Refers to Mabbie Schmiderer looking after her mother whilst Anna Freud is in Vienna for the Freud celebrations. Expresses her gladness that Nancy liked "I Claud". Asks if she listened to Clara Butt, and expresses a preference for Kathleen Ferrier.
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