7th July, 1937.
Mr. A. Rose,
Southampton Labour Party,
54, Henstead Road,
Dear Mr. Rose,
Basque Dance Costumes.
Very many thanks for your letter of the 6th inst., enclosing a letter from Mr. Witt.
As the account has now been paid, and as the Camp Accounts are part of the National Fund, I think it would be best if I send a donation of £10. to the Central Fund to offset this expenditure.
I see from Mr. Witt's letter that you are far from well, and I sincerely hope that you will soon be feeling very much better. Perhaps with the rapid evacuation of the Camp some of your worries will disappear, and a more normal state of life assist you to complete recovery.
Many thanks for all you have done.
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