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Amey Daldy - Letters

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  • Description
    Letter from Miss L. M. Smith of the White Ribbon, to Mrs Amey Daldy [Hepburn Street, Auckland] June 23, 1904. Forwarding to her a receipt for Miss Hamilton's subscription. Miss Smith thanks Mrs Daldy for her words of encouragement around the success of the White Ribbon, and goes on to discuss the financial situation of the publication. Finally, Miss Smith asks after the Peace department, and the successes reported to her by Miss Hughes.
  • Other Number
    MS-94-35
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  • Record richness
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Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    Amey Daldy - Letters
  • Identifiers
    MS-94-35  (Reference Number)
  • Creator
  • Language
    English
  • Unit
    Folder 14
  • Description
    Letter from Miss L. M. Smith of the White Ribbon, to Mrs Amey Daldy [Hepburn Street, Auckland] June 23, 1904. Forwarding to her a receipt for Miss Hamilton's subscription. Miss Smith thanks Mrs Daldy for her words of encouragement around the success of the White Ribbon, and goes on to discuss the financial situation of the publication. Finally, Miss Smith asks after the Peace department, and the successes reported to her by Miss Hughes.
  • Collection
  • Part of
  • Physical description
    • 1 folder
    • 2pp on 2 leaves ; 265mm x 208mm
  • Production
  • Medium
    Holograph
  • Subject
  • Keywords
  • Citation
    Daldy, Amey. Letters, 1902 - 1905. Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira. MS-94-35.
  • Notes
    Includes envelope

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