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Letter ReferenceT120 (M722): W.T. Stead Papers/35- pages 157-8
ArchiveNational Archives Depot, Pretoria
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter Date12 January 1903
Address FromHanover, Northern Cape
Address To
Who ToWilliam Thomas Stead
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The Project is grateful to the National Archives Repository, Pretoria, for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of its Micofilm Collections.
1^Hanover Cape Colony^
2Jan 12 / 03
3
4Dear Friend
5
6Your Annual has come. I always am one with you on the woman question.
7Thank you for sending it me. It is good.
8
9Let me know if you receive this safely. As I never write on politics
10to any one. I have no faith in the post.
11
12I am still living at Hanover, & may have to continue here as far as I
13can see to the end of my days.
14
15Yours with affectionate greetings
16Olive Schreiner
17
18I hope we shall get the Rev of Rev we have ordered from a bookseller
19here. If it does not come I shall ?assume it strayed ^?from the office.^
20
Notation
The ‘Annual’ is from the Review of Reviews; these were published each year from its inception.