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February 15th 1914 - Letter from Kathleen Sladden to her father, Julius Sladden

15th February 1914
Correspondence From
Kathleen Sladden, 12 Charleville Circus, Sydenham
Correspondence To
Julius Sladden, Seward House, Badsey
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12 Charleville Circus
Sydenham SE

Feb 15 1914

My dear Father

I must get a few letters written now that Arthur has left and while the lovers are entertaining each other in the dining-room. I hope Whist Drive went off well and brought in a respectable profit for the Recreation Ground Fund. I am sorry Mrs H Johns fell ill; it must have made May and Ethel very busy. We are looking forward to seeing you up here a fortnight hence. You will want to see the flat of course and I think you will be pleased with it. I went round there yesterday and liked it very much. Arthur moves in on Tuesday.

Next Sunday, our half-term, I shall be down at Bognor. I hope the weather will be kind. I had a long cheerful letter from Dolly last week. She seems quite settled in now at home. I seem to have little news today so will close with much love.

Your affectionate daughter

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1 double sheet of notepaper
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Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service
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