Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. 13 April [1926]

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Original Source
Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy Letter dated 13 April. Envelope postmarked 13 April 1926. George Yeats Trinity College, Dublin. Autograph letter signed. TCD MS 8104/25

In response to MacGreevy's last letter Yeats tells him only to type letters only if he wants to; she types because her handwriting is 'vile'; Anne's measles has made it stressful for Yeats to deal with houseguest Sybil Childers, sister of Erskine Childers and fellow members of the Order of the Golden Dawn; Childers returned from India six months ago but has not felt welcomed by many because of her brother.

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Date of Electronic Text: 20 April 2005
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