Enclosure – Letter from Sam Graves

My dearest Father,
How are you? I am so glad that you are safe from the Spanish Civil [sic: Cival] War. The newspapers simply buzz about it.
I was ×××× [crossed out] very interested when I was told that you were brought here by a destroyer.
We are liable [sic: lailible] to see you in London or at Harlech.
I am just as keen to see you as you to see us! There is a wheat shortage here and the prices for bread are rising higher, about 2d 1 more.
We have changed quite a lot that I am afraid you will not recognise us very easily!
When we meet you (as I am definitely [sic: definite] sure we shall) please tell me about your voyage, never[SG] not[SG] to say anything about Gulliver's . . .

Editorial Notes

1tuppence eds.

Hands Referenced

    • Annotation: ink correction of enclosure
    • Character: regular
    • Ink: black

Places Mentioned

  • London

    England
  • Poulk

    Sutton Veny, Wiltshire, England
    Nancy Nicholson (R.G.'s ex-wife)'s home, where she and Geoffrey Phibbs founded Poulk Press. eds.
  • Sutton Veny

    Wiltshire, ENGL
    The village where Nancy Nicholson lived. WG
  • Warminster

    Warminster, Wiltshire, England
  • Wiltshire

    Wiltshire, England
    location of Sutton Veny, Nancy Nicholson's home with Geoffrey Phibbs eds.
  • Harlech

    Harlech, North Wales, Great Britain
    The location of the Graves family home, called "Erinfa."

People Mentioned

  • Sam

    Graves, Samuel
    R.G.'s youngest child by Nancy Nicholson. C.P.& WG

Organizations Mentioned

  • Editors

    Editors of the Graves Diary Project.