Letters: 1903-1904, Jul 1903-1904
Scope and Contents
Contains nine letters addressed to Nora Darwin when she was a pupil at Levana, a small private school at Wimbledon Park run by Miss Alice Young, the headmistress and her two unmarried sisters. Nora's cousin, Gwendoline Mary Raverat (1885-1957) née Darwin, was a former pupil at the school. Includes a single letter from Ida Darwin to Nora dated 24 July 1903.
- Creation: Jul 1903-1904
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