CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 2478/4/3
TitleMary Grierson to Herbert Grierson: letter
Dateearly 20th century
Extent1 item
DescriptionLetter from Mary Grierson, The Spa, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, to Herbert Grierson, dated 9 September. She is feeling very well and slept well too and mentions medication she has been taking. Discusses meeting Lady Lunn, Professor and Mrs. Terry, and a Dr. George Smith. She notes that she had a very interesting converstaion with Professor Terry and Dr. Smith, and they discussed a person called Sir Donald who is regarded as 'far and away our greatest musician'. The ? Terry's are to visit them in Edinburgh on their way home in a months time, and she asks if her husband can possibly stay until Tuesday as she is off that day. Discusses vegetarian diet of Dr. Smith and how well he looks and notes that she has recovered from her 'little turn'.
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