Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 15 June 1939
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A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Frank Page, 15 June 1939. The letter mentions the "fine reception" of the book by Page and the reviews that Ethelwyn received will go in a scrapbook. Ethelwyn discusses a visit by Dorothy and Charlie and states that "they are doing well at the business". She also discusses the recent purchase of a hundred-acre farm "directly on the west of us". Ethelwyn describes a group of twenty Jewish people "hounded out of Germany, and who are glad to find shelter in a house no larger than this". There are plans for Louis Blake Duff and Ethelwyn to possibly interview them and Duff would assist with the language barriers.