CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3290/2/10
TitleLetter from Amelia Nyasa Laws to her relatives
Date1 March 1914
Extent3 sheets
DescriptionLetter from Amelia Nyasa Laws, Bergstrasse 33, Dresden, Germany, to her relatives, thanking for letter and for African letters enclosed; regret over Mr. Alexander's cold and resultant strain to his voice; Uncle misinformed about absence of organist at Waldensian church; Dr. Munro Gibson in Rome and preaching for Uncle; mother in midst of storms; Mrs. Evans too ill to respond to sympathy note regarding death of Mr. Harjes; Miss Millie, his daughter, will miss him particularly; her hands were full with housekeeping in Paris, Houlgate and Grasse; Miss Millie is a good woman; Mrs. Moore is at Algiers with her consumptive husband; Dr. Ludlow preaching for Uncle; trouble in the Rossi family, partly caused by trying too much academic work; death of Professor Lanciani's American wife; Mrs. Davidson's account of a visit to Uncle; visit to Frau Wedekind and examination of voice and muscles; she wishes to be able to teach singing by the end of May; Frau Wedekind keen to help her; she is good teacher; going to a concert conducted by Siegfried Wagner, son of Richard Wagner; comparison of father and son.
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