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Letter from Ka [Kathleen de Carteret], St Hilda's, Hornsea, E Yorks [East Yorkshire] to her dear old Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur]. Sends thanks to Kenneth for sending her the gift of a riding whip, enquires about the climate and wildlife of Brazil, and provides news of Kathleen's success in her LRAM [Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music] diploma. Includes original envelope addressed to K H Le Sueur, Western Telegraph Company Limited, Caixa 28, Maranhão, North Brazil.
October 26th 1925 - October 26th 1925
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Also includes comments about: horses and horse riding; sharks in bathing spots; the climate in Brazil mentioning yellow fever; remarks about Kathleen's crossing from Jersey to England; a recital by a woman named the Rose, mentioning her husband Mr Harly; comments about a prospectus regarding Miss [Maud] Randle of Matthay [Tobias Matthay Piano School] having professors in Hull and Jersey, mentioning the Oak [George Henry Smith].
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