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Letter ReferenceAletta Jacobs Papers AHJ/298
ArchiveAletta, International Archives for the Women’s Movement, Amsterdam
Epistolary TypePostcard
Letter Date11 June 1920
Address From9 Porchester Place, Edgware Road, Westminster, London
Address ToVan Aerssenstraat 46, The Hague, Holland
Who ToAletta Jacobs
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Olive Schreiner’s letters to Aletta Jacobs are part of the International Archives for the Women’s Movement collections, to whom thanks are due for access to the microfilm of the Aletta Jacobs Papers. The date of this postcard is provided by the partly illegible postmark. The address the postcard was sent to is on its front. Schreiner returned to South Africa in mid August 1920.
1Dear Dr Jacobs It is so long since I had any news of you.
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3I am leaving for South Africa on the 13th of August as I cannot face
4another winter here. Is there any hope of our ever seeing you in South
5Africa again? Things are dear there but not so dear as here & there is
6sunshine
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8Do drop me a line
9Yours ever
10Olive Schreiner
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129 Porchester Place
13Edgware Rd
14London
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