Letter 24 from Kath [Kathleen de Carteret], South View [School], Clevedon, Somerset to her dearest Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur]. Includes details of a shopping trip in Bristol during the January sales, and refers to comments by others about the couple's engagement.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A1/1/24

Date: January 29th 1928 - January 31st 1928

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.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A1/2/1

Date: October 26th 1925 - October 26th 1925

Letter from Kath [Kathleen de Carteret], St Hilda's, Hornsea, E Yorks [East Yorkshire] to her dear Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur]. Includes comments about horse riding, remarks about the weather and comments about Kathleen's music teaching examinations, mentioning her professor in Hull, Dr [George Henry] Smith or "Oak". Includes original envelope addressed to K H Le Sueur, Western Telegraph Company Limited, Maranhão, Estado de Maranhão, Brazil. [Pages 3-8 appear to have been misnumbered as pages 4-9].

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A1/2/2

Date: October 26th 1925 - October 26th 1925

Postcard from M [Maud] Harding, 3/11 Cranworth Gardens, London to Miss K [Kathleen] de Carteret, St Hilda's, Hornsea, Hull. Congratulates Kathleen on the results of her exam. Includes two green ½d postage stamps.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B12/1

Date: May 7th 1924 - May 7th 1924

Letter from Maud Harding, 3rd Flat, 11 Cranworth Gardens to her dear Kathleen [Kathleen de Carteret]. Congratulates Kathleen on her news relating to reading music.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B12/3

Date: June 9th 1925 - June 9th 1925

Letter from Maud Harding, 3rd Flat, 11 Cranworth Gardens to her dear Kathleen [Kathleen de Carteret]. Thanks Kathleen for sending a calendar, enquires about her Christmas, provides details about the mental health of her husband, refers to building a wooden studio hut in Bristall, and sends best wishes for 1926. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss K de Carteret, St Hilda's, Hornsea [Vale Farm, St Peter crossed through].

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B12/4

Date: January 20th 1926 - January 20th 1926

Letter from M [Maud] Harding, The Hut, Bristall to her dearest Kathleen [Kathleen de Carteret]. Thanks Kathleen for sending flowers, and refers to Kathleen's new post.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B12/5

Date: 1926 - 1927
Undated, c. 1926-1927.

Letter from M Hacking, 20 Severn Street, Leicester to Miss de Carteret [Kathleen de Carteret]. Refers to attending a concert that Kathleen told her about featuring Miss [Maud] Randle, and refers to the receipt of a letter from Auntie Chrissie [Chrissie Hey].

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B14/2

Date: February 1st 1924 - February 29th 1924
Undated, c. February 1924

Letter from Pat, 26 David Place to dearest Key [Kathleen de Carteret]. Refers to visiting Vale Farm, details about Marion attending college and sends congratulations to Kathleen. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss K de Carteret, St Hilda's, Hornsea, East Yorkshire with one red 1½d postage stamp.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B14/3

Date: May 3rd 1924 - May 3rd 1924

Letter from Tixum [Amelia Jane Vautier] to her dear Ka [Kathleen de Carteret]. Provides news about Kathleen's family including Donald [Donald de Carteret], Lucy [Lucy Esther de Carteret], Eric [George Eric de Carteret] and Kathleen's mother [Lydia de Carteret, née Renouf].

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B14/5

Date: December 13th 1925 - December 14th 1925

Letter from Averil, Greenways, Atwick Road, Hornsea to Miss de Carteret [Kathleen de Carteret]. Includes comments about plans for her future, mentioning the possibility of teaching French and music. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss K de Carteret, Vale Farm, St Peter.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B14/6

Date: 1927 - 1928
Undated, c. 1927-1928

Letter from Agnes M Smith, 12 Westbourne Avenue, Hull to her dear little girl [Kathleen de Carteret]. Congratulates Kathleen on passing her harmony paper and includes remarks about shows she has watched at the theatre. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss de Carteret, St Hilda's, Hornsea with a red 1½d postage stamp and stamp relating to the British Empire Exhibition 1924.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B2/1

Date: May 11th 1924 - May 11th 1924

Letter from Pet [Agnes M Smith], 12 Westbourne Avenue, Hull to her dear little girl [Kathleen de Carteret]. Refers to a Wagner concert by the Wireless Symphony Orchestra, enclosing a newspaper cutting of a programme for the concert. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss de Carteret, St Hilda's, Hornsea.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/B2/2

Date: November 27th 1925 - November 27th 1925

Copies of testimonials in favour of Miss Kathleen de Carteret. Includes testimonials by: Lucy M Greenland, Principal, St Hilda's, Hornsea, East Yorkshire; G H Smith, Lecturer in Music, Hull Municipal Training College; and Maud Randle, Tobias Matthay Piano School, 96 Wimpole Street.

Reference: L/C/142/B2/B/4

Date: April 20th 1926 - April 26th 1926

Forms of application for the use of candidates applying for vacancies through Truman and Knightley Limited. Includes two forms completed by Kathleen de Carteret of Vale Farm, St Peter which provide details including age, height, religion, places of education, certificates and diplomas, chief subjects, subsidiary subjects, experience, and details of exams of which she has passed pupils. Also includes details of individuals and schools to whom applications have been made.

Reference: L/C/142/B2/B/5

Date: May 27th 1926 - June 7th 1926

Album of photographs taken in various locations including Hornsea, East Yorkshire, c. 1922-1925. Includes photographs of St Hilda's Elementary School, Hornsea where Kathleen de Carteret worked as a music teacher, and photographs of Kathleen with friends and colleagues in Hornsea.

Reference: L/C/142/C4/3

Date: 1922 - 1925

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