ALS from W.B. Yeats to Lady Augusta Gregory,
1923 July 6.
|Main Creator:||Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.|
MS 41,887 /1: Says he is enclosing a letter from Tim Healy and informs her of a meeting at the National Gallery, the Hugh Lane bequest controversy, and Abbey Theatre business. Says he is working on his new dance play and that George has put off going to Ballylee.
MS 41,887 /2: Enclosed ALS from Tim Healy, Vineyard, Hurlingham Rd, dated 29th June 1923, on folded octavo lettersheet. Writes to Yeats about the meetings and legal machinations surrounding the Hugh Lane bequest. Says he spoke to Ormsby-Gore regarding the codicil.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Folded octavo lettersheet with envelope, and enclosure.
Address on sheet "82 Merrion Square, S. Dublin".
Physical description: 3 items.
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