Letter from Gerald Hughes to Donald Crossley CRS/2/2/6
Extent: 1 Letter
Letter dated 13th of May 2003 from Gerald Hughes, addressed to Donald Crossley congratulating him on his location of the 'Tree with the Bilberried Bank and the T stream' and mentioning the idea of Ted's poem being accompanied with the photo in future reprints. Hughes writes about his experiences of finding memories in Ted's poems - before talking about his and Ted's childhood, shooting pigeons and going fishing. He talked about Ted's mentality that killing animals was only for food and to only take exactly what was required - an idea shared by his wife Joan.
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