Cookie policy: on www.telstudies.org we use analytics cookies to understand how visitors use the site. The anonymous information they provide suggests improvements and alerts us to technical errors. For more information, see our cookies page, which also explains how to block or remove cookies.  Search T. E. Lawrence Studies
Loading

Contents lists



Updated June 2012

T. E. Lawrence to Pat Knowles



Mr. B. Smith,
3 Belvedere Crescent,
London, S.E.1

19.3.35

Dear Pat,

I've spent all today with Press Association bosses, and Press Photographing Agencies, making quite a lot of ground. There are good hopes, I fancy, of persuading all of them to leave me alone, and to refuse to buy the stolen products of the freelancers. I shall know for certain in about three days time; and if successful I shall try to get back to Clouds Hill early next week.

Will you send me current stuff (and any news or needs you have) to this old address, between now and Saturday?

I hope nothing disastrous has overtaken our place.

Yours ever

T.E.S.

Romsey on Sunday night; and London by p.m. Monday: 75 miles that second day! Improving!

Note: Lawrence was using the name Smith on London at this time.

Source: DG 862
Checked: jw/
Last revised: 7 February 2006


Copyright, privacy, contact | Cookies help