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Updated June 2012

T. E. Lawrence to his mother


[Plymouth]

30.x.31

I do not expect you are still in the cottage... but have meanwhile sent to it that photograph given to me by Coster, the London photographer who asked me to sit for him a month ago. Pity it is so large, for I think it is a very good, as a photograph.

I have looked up the Handel records, and find that your set is complete. Enclosed is a copy of the index, with the records in their right order. I will try and get a cover, somewhere, to hold the eighteen of them together. Meanwhile, better use an old box, to prevent their getting dusty. The more you play them, remember, the better they get, so long as only wooden needles are used.

No news here - except that I have been assured of a further stay at Mount Batten. The camp is still comfortable, so I am glad of that. My boat is temporarily out of order; but as it has been very cold, I am not sorry.

I may try to come to Clouds Hill on Nov. 7 or 8, but it is too soon yet to tell if I can get free.

N.

Source: HL 379
Checked: jw/
Last revised: 14 February 2006


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