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Ann and David write of seeing a movie, making a journey, and wishing them luck on their movie. The letters are address to "Aunt Evelyn."

Accession Number: LET1306

Thanks Whitehead for his letter, says her hand was stiff the day before so she did not write.

Accession Number: LET1305

Eric thanks Evelyn for her letter, says he does not think the war is worse for his generation, asks her to send him a book.

Accession Number: LET1299

Norah gives a life update, notes that her life is mostly the same as it has been for about two and a half years.

Accession Number: LET1298

Margot thanks Evelyn for sending them chocolate, talks of Philip Cabot's death.

Accession Number: LET1297

North says he expects to arrive in America in the first half of May 1942 and spend about five weeks there, gives a tentative schedule, mentions wanting to meet with Ralph Perry and his group.

Accession Number: LET1296

Margot says that she is interested to hear about the Whiteheads' prospective move, says Shirley seems to be losing her memory, that Harry is doing well but Isabel is not.

Accession Number: LET1295

Margot says that she is happy ANW has recovered his health, says London has been quiet, that the Russians seem to be holding on, their refrigerator has broken down, and some food is hard to get.

Accession Number: LET1294

Becher writes to say that he thinks a suitor of Ruth is quite ineligible to marry her and should be discouraged from courting her.

Accession Number: LET1293

Evelyn talks of waiting for the Express, which is late due to flooding.

Accession Number: LET1292

Short letters about a storm and her neck pain subsiding.

Accession Number: LET1291

Evelyn gives a long update, talks of straining a muscle in her throat, her mother, Shirley having the horrors at night, the trials of Pug.

Accession Number: LET1290

Evelyn says that her grandmother is better, and that she looks forward to seeing ANW soon.

Accession Number: LET1289

Becher thanks Evelyn for her handling of Ruth.

Accession Number: LET1288

Evelyn talks of seeing her mother, mentions North and Mr. Beeton.

Accession Number: LET1287

Eric thanks Evelyn for having him.

Accession Number: LET1286

Margot talks of the war, gives a family update, talks of the difficulty of getting newspapers, Eric's exams.

Accession Number: LET1285

Margot talks of the war, gives a family update, mentions North, Eric, Roy, the Pickmans, Henry, Sheila.

Accession Number: LET1284

Margot gives a family update, discusses Eric, Anthony, Sheila, Roy, Norah, her mother, aunt Hilda, Isabel Whitehead, Harry (Henry) Whitehead.

Accession Number: LET1283

Margot discusses the war, a few deaths, an air raid.

Accession Number: LET1282

North writes of reading War and Peace, breaking his watch, spending time with Eric and Jessie.

Accession Number: LET1281

Evelyn talks of Italy, adventures in a tunnel with flooding, North, Eric, her grandmother, Shirley, Dorothy, Evelyn Beeton.

Accession Number: LET1277

Evelyn talks again of Marion's illness.

Accession Number: LET1275

Evelyn talks of Marion's illness, says she herself is well.

Accession Number: LET1274

Evelyn writes that she is waiting to hear if North has received his clothes, will go around hospitals to try to bring home messages to parents.

Accession Number: LET1273

Evelyn talks of someone who seems to be dying of cancer.

Accession Number: LET1272

Becher thanks Evelyn for giving Ruth a change of scenery.

Accession Number: LET1270

Evelyn talks of her neck pain, her grandmother, mother, Dorothy, Shirley, Eric, Alan Beeton.

Accession Number: LET1269

North writes that he is returning to Bulford. Evelyn writes on the back of the same letter and sends it on to ANW, saying she is feeling better.

Accession Number: LET1264

Eric again writes that Evelyn is recovering nicely.

Accession Number: LET1263

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