Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. [26 June 1923].[p.1 recto]
Dear Mr. MacGreevy
I want to be amused. Are you as busy as Lennox Lennox Robinson was directing many of the plays at the Abbey Theatre and also involved with Dublin Drama League activities this week? And if not will you dine at the ClubGeorge Yeats was at this time honorary Secretary of the United Arts Club on Friday & gossip with me afterwards (W. has McManus Dermott McManus, folklorist, occultist, and an officer in the Free State army, was a long-time friend and confidant of WB Yeats coming in the evening) as I shall [p.verso] be at a loose end.