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66237: Letter: To Marion Scott.

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posted on 2024-04-18, 14:48 authored by First World War Poetry Digital Archive Project Team

Describes the beauty of the current landscape / the hard life of a soldier / discusses the current reputation of the 'Daily Mail / mentions a 'charming' letter from Mrs Harvey letting Ivor Gurney know that his friend and fellow poet F W Harvey is receiving parcels at the prisoner of war camp / possibility of leave / describes the grave of Corporal Richard Rhodes, who was buried by the Germans, and whose grave Gurney was most impressed with / confirms that 'The Song of Pain and Beauty' is alright as it is.

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Identifier

7510.cpd | 6861.jpg | IG-41-81f1r.jpg 6862.jpg | IG-41-81f1v.jpg 6863.jpg | IG-41-81f2r.jpg 6864.jpg | IG-41-81f2v.jpg

Creator

Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)

Date

28th March 1917

Date Created

28/03/1917 | 05/04/1917

Spatial

Caulaincourt, France

Source

Leaf

Medium

Paper

Format

Pencil

Type

Letter | Letter

Pages

1, 2, 3, 4

Number of Pages

4

Contributor

Alisa Miller

Rights

The Ivor Gurney Archive, Gloucestershire Archives / The Ivor Gurney Estate

Collection ID

Papers of Ivor Gurney 41.81.1r | Papers of Ivor Gurney 41.81.1v | Papers of Ivor Gurney 41.81.2r | Papers of Ivor Gurney 41.81.2v

Repository Name

The Ivor Gurney Archive

Repository Address

Gloucestershire Archives, Clarence Row, Alvin Street, Gloucester, GL1 3DW, UK

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