Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. 11 February 1927

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Original Source
Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy 11 February 1927 George Yeats Trinity College, Dublin. Typewritten letter signed. TCD MS 8104/51

George Yeats says that WB Yeats is going to write to Alec Martin about an N.G. job that Bodkin wants; wants to tell Dolly she has received money to put on Ceasar; Lady Gregory is visiting and is ill.

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Date of Electronic Text: 6 March 2006
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Titles of texts, foreign words, personal names, place and organisational names, and emphasised text have been encoded. Personal and organisational names have been standardised through the REG attribute of the <persName>, <orgName>, and <rs> elements. Standardised spelling may be found in the Thomas MacGreevy Archive name database, "Who's Who in the Archive."

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15 November 2007

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