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

1934 February 21st.

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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 criticises English imposed duties on the prints and cards of Cuala Press, claiming that "this duty has killed our trade". She also mentions that a set of autographed Dun Emer and Cuala Press books are on sale in Bumpus, 350 Oxford Street, in the hopes that Dickinson may know of interested parties to purchase them. She makes mention of Lily Yeat's health and says that she now completes her embroidery for Cuala at home. She also enquires after and comments on the Morris family (Jenny, May and William) and states "I do not like De Valera or his Government!"
Main Creator: Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet, 1868-1940
Created: 1934.
Language: English
Extent: 3 pp.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,560/8 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.
Access Conditions: Original withdrawn. Photocopies are available.