Dear Lucy, Thank you for letter, so glad you are having nice weather, dear. Thought you would like to hear, everything here alright. Edith is showing Pat out of the dining room window just now. We took him for a good walk this morning, he is quite good. We have had a lovely day here today, quite warm With much love from Edith and little Pat to you all. Nellie
Monday. Dearest Mother, I arrived home on Friday evening and have been very busy since. The structure will be completed tomorrow, and I am then going to start on something else. You must come to dinner on Thursday, so don't make any excuses. Thank you for the letter and reminder of the 4th. Hope you are keeping well - and come early. All love, W.H.E.R.TB. PS. Of course, you means Francis and you.
Dunoon. August 26th 1910. Dear Miss Parkinson, Thank you very much for your letter received this morning. We thought we would like a change this year. The weather is not good. We have had a lot of wet days, I hope it will improve. With kind regards from Mr. H and myself. Yours sincerely, H. Harthy
This is one of the sights of Delhi. We used to have picnics there sometimes when I lived in that neighbourhood. It was wonderful place, 2 dates back to the old medieval days. I was in New Delhi the other day, seeing old friends. I hope you are keeping pretty well. Yours affectionately, Grace Stapleton