FCP B96 F42: Letter from Beryl Crookshank to Leonora Curtin, 1921/09/22

Dear Mrs. Curtin, Thank you so much for the very interesting lecture you gave us yesterday. My only regret was that there was such a small attendance, but I know you realized how full of *** *** people are in September. It was most sad, as I know there would have been a full house any other month. Please forgive me for running away directly after, but I had H. E. The Governor dining before the **** [indecipherable]. Again very many thanks. Yours sincerely, Beryl M. Crookshank Of the two indecipherable words in "full of *** *** people are" the second word is perhaps the Jain word Sruta. On stationery marked Fir Hill, Simla

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