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Pethick-Lawrence Papers Lawrence, Helen Millar Pethick- (1888–1969), suffragette, wife of 1st Baron Pethick-Lawrence Imagen Con objetos digitales
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Letter from Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit to Lord Pethick-Lawrence

India House.—The flu prevented her from conveying personally to the Pethick-Lawrences her brother (Nehru)’s invitation to India, but he will probably mention the matter himself when he comes to London in a few days’ time. Suggests arrangements for a meeting at India House.

Letter from R. C. Ghose to Lady Pethick-Lawrence

Imperial Hotel, 121 Queen’s Gate, S.W.7.—Thanks the Pethick-Lawrences for their hospitality at the House of Lords (cf. 1/336) and asks about the other guests. Wishes to obtain tickets to see the House of Commons. Proposes to arrange a reception for the Pethick-Lawrences at Calcutta during their forthcoming visit to India.

Letter from R. C. Ghose to Lord Pethick-Lawrence

10 Debender Ghose Road, Calcutta–25.—Gives details of the meeting which Pethick-Lawrence has agreed to address (see 1/340). He and his wife would like to meet the Pethick-Lawrences privately while they are in Calcutta.

Letter from Sushama Sen to Lord and Lady Pethick-Lawrence

Anjali, Simla-4.—Refers to their previous meeting at the celebrations organised by her late husband, P. K. Sen, for the centenary of the birth of Keshab Chandra Sen. Offers to send them a copy of her husband’s history of the Brahmo Samaj (Biography of a New Faith), and refers to his and her own political careers. Would like to meet the Pethick-Lawrences while they are in India.

Carbon copy of a letter from Lord Pethick-Lawrence to Indira Gandhi

11 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn, London, W.C.2.—Has returned to England, and Helen is on the way to America to see her children. Thanks her and her father (Nehru) for their hospitality. His interview with Miss Naidu at Calcutta was brief, as she was recovering from influenza. Has sent a letter of thanks for Miss Rao (see 2/112).

Carbon copy of a letter from Lord Pethick-Lawrence to John Lall

11 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn, London, W.C.2.—Unemployment seems a more pressing problem in India than low wages, and he was interested to learn of certain manufacturing projects. Thanks him for his kindness during his and his wife’s visit. His wife went on to Hong Kong, and then to North America to visit her children.

(Carbon copy of a typed original.)

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