Letter from Harry Brooks to his wife



Letter from Harry Brooks to his wife


Incomplete letter telling his wife about going to see one film and hoping to go and see 'Gone with the Wind'. He goes on to say he is enclosing £5 cheque for her to buy a coat. Concludes both sending love to her and daughter.




Two page handwritten letter


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tell you otherwise.
I went down to Lincoln last night and saw James Stewart & Hedy Lamaar [sic] in “Come live with me” and enjoyed it very much.
If I am not busy tonight I hope to go and see “Gone with the wind” as I do so want to see it.
Together with the cheque I am enclosing £5 which I said in Saturdays letter I was enclosing but could not register so I did not
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send it, and please darling buy yourself I [sic] nice coat won’t you. We will see what other things you want darling when I come home and then we can put the rest of the money away.
Well dearest I will close now with all my love and may God bless you both & keep you safe for me always.
I’ll write again tomorrow Sweetheart.
[twelve kisses]
To my darling daughter, see you soon
Daddy [six kisses]



H Brooks, “Letter from Harry Brooks to his wife,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 24, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/14898.

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