D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, June 3, 1915

BCARS
A/E Or3 C42

[envelope postmarked:Chelsea s.w . 6 PM 3 Jun 15]
Miss O’Reilly
Blenham House
Sandy

June 3rd
26,EGERTON GARDENS,
s.w.

Dearest Kathleen

I was just going to write to you today how glad I was you were coming to see me next week. You have let me down easy by first putting it off a few days & now putting it off [?] wh I dont like at all however you must do as you like & come when you will. How long does yr lady propose to keep you. I suppose you will come to me after her. you know whenever it is you will always have a welcome. I have been to the opening of a club for Australians New Zealand Canadians ..,/’ will be a good thing & will be a gt comfort to many a soldier. Now gt haste.

yr ever affect.

DC

 

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