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Letter from Elizabeth Corbet Yeats to Violet (Letty) Dickinson,

1931 June 15th.

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In Collection: Correspondence of Elizabeth Corbet Yeats with Violet (Letty) Dickinson, circa 1911-1934.
Description: Letter on Cuala Industries headed paper in which Yeats comments on the climate of England, particularly Somerset. She commiserates Dickinson on her poor health and removal of her teeth, saying that Jack Yeats also had his teeth removed for medical reasons. She states "I am glad your industry does well - our printing does - but the embroidery does not pay. We don't know what to do about it". She also calls Dickinson's sketch of an unspecified house "most clever" and says she is "proud to think I taught you your drawing", also describing how she still gives painting classes to support herself in addition to her annual stipend.
Main Creator: Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet, 1868-1940
Created: 1931.
Language: English
Extent: 3 pp.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,560/7 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.
Access Conditions: Original withdrawn. Photocopies are available.