From Florence, Lady Alwyne Compton, Canterbury, 20 Aug. 1905
Scope and Contents
A traumatic move to their new house; they are 'tortured by motor-cars'; Dent's letters; the value of local guidebooks, and recollections of German cities; Canterbury cathedral is 'crowded with tourists from the watering places that surround us'; a retired colonel as neighbour; day-trips to Calais; the demolition of their dilapidated coach-house
- 20 Aug. 1905
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Language of Materials
- From the Fonds: Dent, Edward Joseph, 1876-1957 (Professor of Music) (Person)