"Getting in Dutch vice president of Women's Enfranchisement League, Mrs MacFadyen, we have to educate women in South Africa slowly" Read the full letter
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Letter ReferenceJeffreys A1657/266/2
ArchiveWestern Cape Provincial Archives and Records Service, Cape Town
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Who ToMrs Hadden
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The Project is grateful to the Western Cape Archives & Records Service for allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letters.
1Dear Mrs Hadden
3No, I have no “At Home” day. My health is so uncertain that all my
4friends might often come & I not be able to see them. But couldn’t you
5& Mr Hadden come down sometimes in the evening? We are in every
6evening, as I am seldom able to go out at night, & I think one enjoys
7a chat in the evening better than any time. I am returning the books,
8with many thanks, & also many thanks for the lovely flowers.
10Yours very sincerely
11Olive Schreiner
13Please tell Mr Hadden I have some more of Carpenters books he can have
14when he has done with those, if he would like to see them. Our books
15have just arrived.
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