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Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. 29 January 1927.

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82 Merrion Sq
Jan 29.

Dear Tom

I'm glad you've finally decided — whatever comes. Its tiresome to be torn in half for too long. Tell Dolly that Lady G. has just come back from The Emperor Jones in high delight over the forest scenes & lighting! I never heard her praise anything so whole-heartedly before & she asked did Dolly live in Dublin- - - I miss Dolly horribly. I wish she did live here. W. much better but weak. He got up today - & he was going downstairs & all sorts of things but by the time he was dressed got a little blue about the mouth & said he thought he'd go back to bed! Lady G. is here now - Walter & wife came to tea. They want to come here in May & take "a cottage" in Connemara for "two or three months"!------ C'est trop ---

Good luck to you


T McGreevy Esq
at 15 Cheyne Gardens