Letter from W.B. Yeats to Walter Rummel,
1914 May 9.
|Main Creator:||Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.|
W.B. Yeats visited Paris in the Spring of 1914 with Maud Gonne and Everard Feilding.
Walter Rummel was a German composer and painter.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
On headed paper "Hotel Oxford & Cambridge, 13, Rue D'Alger, Paris" with stamps and postmarks dated 9 May 1914.
Addressed to Walter Rummel, 69 Rue Raynouard, Paris.
Autograph letter from W.B. Yeats informing Walter Rummel that they are staying at the Hotel Oxford & Cambridge and that the Hon. Everard Feilding, the Secretary of the Society of Psychical Research is with them. Asks Rummel if they could come and visit him in the early afternoon as Feilding is devoted to music. Also asks Rummel if he has James Stephen's address.
Everard Feilding's surname is spelled as "Fielding" in the letter.
Physical description: 1 sheet.
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