10 July 1915


Office Stamp: Hampstead 10 July 1915

Office of Origin and Service Instructions: Wickham Berks

Handed in at 8 a.m. Received here at 9.31 a.m.

TO: Calderon 42 Well Walk Hampstead

Still a fighting chance shall I come to you if no answer shall understand prefer be alone your welcome here always ready


The ‘Office of Origin’ of this telegram proves that it was sent by Nina Astley (Corbet) from her retreat at the Cottage at the Crossways, Hoe Benham, Newbury, where Kittie had stayed with her roughly 16-30 June (see my post of 19 June).

Next entry: 12 July 1915


About Patrick Miles

I am a writer who specialises in Anton Chekhov and is writing a biography of George Calderon.
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