CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3290/2/344
TitleLetter from Amelia Nyasa Laws to her relatives
Date27 February 1920
Extent3 sheets + carbon copy
DescriptionLetter from Amelia Nyasa Laws, Metz, to her relatives, regarding how fast the days are going, huge row during the week, and Mme. Leroy decides to leave as she has signed no contract, though Amelia tells her that 'the moral engagement was as binding', the row turns out to be concerning lights on at night, Amelia's lecture on the subject, 'Uncle's hair would stand on end if he lived here', next they are told that their kitchen servants are to be given up and they will have to eat hospital food, MIss Leigh Clare has the right to officers' rations and they are very good, Mlle. Stoufflet has had a heart attack and was recommended to resign for the sake of her health, treating a woman suffering from varicose veins after a broken leg, gifts from the families of her patients, visit to the local church to see the organ, which is fine but badly played, the organist might be able to help her get permission to practise on an older, smaller organ in another church, looking forward to having that outlet.
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