H. Stanhope to Kathleen, London, June 26, 1911

AIE Or3 C421

[envelope postmarked Chelsea s.w. 12:15 AM 27 June]
Miss O’Reilly
Hotel Metropole
Northumberland Avenue
Burlingham Hall
[written on letter faintly & on a slant]
26th June 1911
Posted Tuesday 12.15 am

26,Egerton Gardens, S.W.
Met. 6.p.m. Midnight Monday
recd Wed. morning

Dear Miss O’Reilly

I returned from the Naval Review yesterday having stayed for two nights on board the “Euryalus”. I called at the “Metropole” today and they told me you were still there. Would you be in any day this week if I came at tea time. Say Thursday? My mother did 8 hours in the Abbey and also the show next day.

She did’nt go round Spithead in a tug, a most extraordinary omission on her part. I hope you are all well

Yours very sincerely

Harry Stanhope


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