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Letter Reference Glasier Papers/1/1/248
ArchiveUniversity of Liverpool, Sydney Jones Library, Special Collections and Archives
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter Date After Start: March 1893 ; Before End: May 1893
Address FromMatjesfontein, Western Cape
Address To
Who ToJohn Bruce Glasier and Katherine Bruce Glasier nee St John Conway
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The Project is grateful to the Sydney Jones Library and the University of Liverpool for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of their Special Collections. The year as ‘1893?’ has been written on the letter by an unknown hand. Schreiner was in residence in Matjesfontein from early March to the end of May 1893, and left it to sail to Britain, arriving mid May.
1Matjesfontein
2SA
3
4My dear Friends
5
6I am sailing for England this month. My address there will be
79 St Mary’s Terrace
8Paddington
9London.
10
11I shall be glad to see you, both & thank you from my heart for your
12letters & words of love.
13
14Your friend
15Olive Schreiner
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Letter Reference Glasier Papers/1/1/1793
ArchiveUniversity of Liverpool, Sydney Jones Library, Special Collections and Archives
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter Date1 April 1919
Address From9 Porchester Place, Edgware Road, Westminster, London
Address To
Who ToKatherine Bruce Glasier nee St John Conway
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The Project is grateful to the Sydney Jones Library and the University of Liverpool for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of their Special Collections.
19 Porchester Place
2Edgeware Rd
3April 1st 1919
4
5Dear Friend,
6
7Isabella Ford has told me how very ill & suffering your dear Husband
8is. Give him my love & tell him how often I think of him. I would you
9were so near that I could sometimes see him. He has done so much for
10the cause we all have at heart, that the tender thoughts of hundreds
11will be with him in his great suffering.
12
13Accept my love & sympathy for your self
14Olive Schreiner