Item 133 - Letter from Percy Withers to Sir James Frazer

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Letter from Percy Withers to Sir James Frazer


  • 1 Jan. 1925 (Creation)

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Souldern Court, Banbury - Congratulates Frazer; remembers the kindness of the Frazers in the Cambridge days of 1918; at the time he had suggested a one volume edition of 'The Golden Bough' and was 'foolish enough to be a little flattered' when one appeared; had a letter at Christmas from Prof. [William James?] Lewis; his health is broken down, but he still hopes to pay them a call.

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