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|Letter Reference||Olive Schreiner: Extracts of Letters to Cronwright-Schreiner MSC 26/2.16/23|
|Archive||National Library of South Africa, Special Collections, Cape Town|
|Letter Date||7 October 1898|
|Address From||Parry’s Boarding House, Esselen Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal|
|Who To||S.C. (‘Cron’) Cronwright-Schreiner|
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Copyright transcription: © Olive Schreiner Letters Project. This transcription can be freely used as long as copyright is acknowledged and it is referenced using the following citation: ‘Olive Schreiner to S.C. (‘Cron’) Cronwright-Schreiner, 7 October 1898, NLSA Cape Town, Special Collections. The extracts here are all on small slips of paper in Cronwright-Schreiner's handwriting, taken from Olive Schreiner letters which he then destroyed. Most have also been edited by him as well. Considerable caution should therefore be employed in referring to their content., Olive Schreiner Letters Project transcription’. Please also supply letter line numbers for specific quotations.
The Extracts of Letters to Cronwright-Schreiner were produced by Cronwright-Schreiner in preparing The Life and The Letters of Olive Schreiner. They appear on slips of paper in his writing, taken from letters that were then destroyed; many of these extracts have also been edited by him. They are artefacts of his editorial practices and their relationship to original Schreiner letters cannot now be gauged. They should be read with considerable caution for the reasons given. Cronwright-Schreiner has written where it was sent from onto this extract, with its date implied by its place in the sequence of extracts. He comments that Olive Schreiner’s letter had concerned her friends the Lloyds, and that, referring to The Homestead, she had conjectured that it was the stables next door that affected her asthma.
1 … Johannesburg does not seem like when you were here…