Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)US27/172
TitleHenry Garner? Burghclere, Newbury, to Nicoll
Extent1 item
Date16 April 1944
DescriptionHe likes the country so much that he almost dreads returning to London. The repertory companies are reviving and will probably be very active after the war. Usually sends plays for confirmation to Colonel Nugent, the Comptroller of the board of censors. Has finished translating Tripe d'or, by Crommelynck. They now have an old housekeeper. The use of servants is dying out in England. Lord Cromer now does his own dusting, while Lady Cromer cooks
Access StatusOpen


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