Letter from Malcolm Payne to Doris Weeks

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Title

Letter from Malcolm Payne to Doris Weeks

Description

Starts by mentioning he has many letters to write. Has had reply from Ambleside that no rooms available. Hoping for other replies soon. Commiserates over accident. No other news.

Creator

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944-07-10

Contributor

Tricia Marshall
David Bloomfield

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Format

Two page handwritten letter

Language

Identifier

EPayneMHWeeksD440710

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

A417512
F/S. Payne. M.H.
R.A.F. Bardney
10-7-44.
My Darling,
I have dozens of letters to write so thought I drop you a note now, and then if we don’t fly tonight I’ll get stuck into it and do some more for home etc. I got bags of letters today.
I got an answer to one of my letters to an old hen called Mrs Park, Ambleside today – “Dear Sir, Thank you for your letter today. Sorry I have no vacant accom. this season. Yrs truly, M.B. Park.” Wouldn’t it.
Tomorrow I should get [inserted] a [/inserted] reply from each of the other two old ducks. Even now I think I know what’ll be in ‘em.
Thanks heaps Pet for your letter which
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apparently was written in a state of bad shakes following a terrific fall over a banana skin or sumpin’.
Hope by now the bruises have become less black and sore. Have they?
But gosh! do I feel weary today or do I Thank Heaven there isn’t much work to be done today.
We were interviewed this A.M. re the “do” we had with Jerry ‘tother night.
Can’t think of any more news for now so guess I go.
‘Bye for now
Tons of love and Hundreds of x’s.
[underlined] Malcolm [/underlined]
Xxxxx
Xxxxx
Xxxxx
Xxxxx
X?

Collection

Citation

Malcolm Payne, “Letter from Malcolm Payne to Doris Weeks,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed August 7, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/10609.

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