Letter from Leonard Cheshire to F Hornsby of Marshalls Flying School

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Title

Letter from Leonard Cheshire to F Hornsby of Marshalls Flying School

Description

Confirming telephone conversation. Reorganising construction of VIP. Writes of Whitney Straight's interest in a Mosquito. No idea of asking price.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1947-03-11

Contributor

Georgie Donaldson

Rights

This content is property of the Leonard Cheshire Archive which has kindly granted the International Bomber Command Centre Digital Archive a royalty-free permission to publish it. Please note that it was digitised by a third-party which used technical specifications that may differ from those used by International Bomber Command Centre Digital Archive. It has been published here ‘as is’ and may contain inaccuracies or culturally inappropriate references that do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the University of Lincoln or the International Bomber Command Centre.

Format

One-page typewritten letter

Language

Identifier

SCheshireGL72021v10083

Coverage

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

11th. March, 1947.

F.T. Hornaby, Esq.,
Marshalls’ Flying School Ltd.,
The Aerodrome,
Cambridge.

My dear Hornaby,

Just to confirm our telephone conversation that April 21st. will suit me as a starting date.

I am reorganising the construction of V.I.P. next week with Colonel Kirkpatrick, the Lawyers and the Accountants, and think I had better hold over the question of cards until then.

I did not know Whitney Straight was interested in the Mosquito, and I haven’t any idea what price Dundas are asking. I left it to them and gave them no figure.

With all best wishes

Yours very sincerely,

GC/MT

Collection

Citation

Geoffrey Leonard Cheshire, “Letter from Leonard Cheshire to F Hornsby of Marshalls Flying School,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 23, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/16993.

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