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LevelFile
Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)MS298/1/1/1/10
TitleLetters from Frank du B. Wilson
Extent9 items
Date1919-1921
DescriptionFrank du B. Wilson was known to Charles Masterman as Peter and this is how he is referred to in the correspondence:


/1: St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, East Sussex: Thanks for the five shillings, the stamps and letter; has been in the (school) infirmary with a chill; Chaplain has sent him books and oranges.

/2: St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, East Sussex: Thanks for letter 'Certainly I would receive a tuck-parcel with pleasure.'; sends a list of favourite food Masterman could send him if he wishes; Influenza has broken out worse still and pneumonia in some cases.

/3: St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, East Sussex, 19 November 1919 (2 items): Thanks for the photographs; parents have been on a visit; asks if Masterman will be able to come down to see him before the end of term.

/4: 'Rosenan', Bushey Hall Road, Watford, 6 January 1921: Sorry to hear Masterman has been ill; has had a razor for Christmas so 'I shan't have to be shaved by you again.'; going back to school 21 January.

/5: 'Rosenan', Bushey Hall Road, Watford, 12 January 1921: will come up on Thursday; possible reunion on Friday or Saturday; had a party and had Jack and Leslie over from Harrow.

/6: St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, East Sussex, 7 February 1921: news of school sports.

/7: St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, East Sussex, 7 March 1921: news of school sports.

/8: St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, East Sussex, 14 March 1921: school news; Bishop of Lewes has been to confirm about forty boys.
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