- c. 1911 (Creation)
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18 Mansfield Street, Portland Place, W.—Is unable to see him for tea tomorrow, but suggests other arrangements. She and Violet had a useful morning, thanks to the loan of Montagu’s motor-car.
18 Mansfield Street, Portland Place, W.
I stupidly forgot when I said I would be in to tea tomorrow after seeing Olive off, that I had already arranged to play tennis with Cynthia from 4 till 5, and at 5.30 I’ve got the Gnome. Could you come either Wednesday 6.30 or Thursday at 6? Let me know which, if either, of these fit in with your other many and complicated plans.
Violet and I had a very useful morning, owing to the invaluable assistance that was given us by the motor. Thank you so much.
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- Asquith, Lady Cynthia Mary Evelyn (1887-1960), writer (Subject)
- Asquith, Herbert Henry (1852-1928), 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, Prime Minister (Subject)
- Carter, Helen Violet Bonham (1887-1969), Baroness Asquith of Yarnbury, politician (Subject)
- Temple, Olive Susan Miranda (1880-1936), traveller and author (Subject)