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

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82 M.S.
April 13

Dear Tom

For Gods sake dont type unless you like to. Now I do, because my writing is too vile & I can scarcely think except upon a typewriter for I have written on one for so long. Anne has measles but not bad. Sybil ChildersSybil Childers had been like the Yeatses a member of the Order of the Golden Dawn. Her brother Erskine had been executed for treason by the Irish Free State in 1922note (Erskine's sister) has been staying here but goes tonight which is rather a relief. She is nice & I always liked her but with a sick child it makes guests difficult. She came back to from India 6 months ago & says people have been beastly — on account of Erskine. What swine!


George Yeats

Tom McGreevy Esq
at 15 Cheyne Gardens