Letter from Gerald Hughes to Donald Crossley CRS/2/2/7
Extent: 1 Letter
Letter dated 29th of November 2003 from Gerald Hughes, addressed to Donald Crossley wishing him a happy and safe Christmas. Hughes writes that he has informed Olwyn of the pictures Crossley has sent him and thanks him again - before going on to write about an on-going health problem he is experiencing with his eye which is coming to an end following surgery. He writes about a collection of Ted's which has been recently published with a copy being shipped to him, by sea. Hughes then mentions he has written to a mutual acquaintance and writes about other mutual acquaintances and where they are now - before mentioning his friends from his time in North Africa. Hughes writes about the tourist arriving at the Mornington Peninsula, family visits and the summer heat they are experiencing - commenting on the bushfires. On the envelope, Hughes thanks Crossley for some pictures which arrived just as he was posting.
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