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Letter from George Yeats to Thomas MacGreevy. [c. April 1931].

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PHONE 61831.

South Hill


My dear Tom

I tried to get you on the telephone yesterday but you were "gone out". Yesterday morning when the study was being cleaned a return ticket to Limerick was found on the sofa. It must be yours, so I send it to Tarbert. I 'phoned Wynn's hotel where I believe you were staying... three people came to the phone and finally a male voice said you were out and promised to leave a message for you (this was 9.45 am)

You'll be able to reclaim on the ticket which was unused.

It was grand to see you. Let us know when you pass through Dublin again. Willy will be in England circa May. 22–June 12. After that in Dublin


George Yeats