2nd December, 1940.
Lieut. George Jeger,
Lower Park Road.
Just a brief note immediately on my safe return to London to thank you for your hospitality in Manchester and to say how glad I was to see you in such a good form in the dreadful circumstances of the War. It is fine to talk over things. I have bought a new hat ( Austin Reed ) and I am forwarding the Bill to the Grand Hotel. I got into Bletchley at 8 a.m. on Sunday — a slow tedious journey.
I am enclosing a reply re Sergeant P.J. Deveney. You will see they want a query answered. Ask him to deal with it at once and to let me know.
I am enclosing a resolution for the Trustees' signature as approved re the guarantee for the Trade Union Club. I informed Peacock to-day of your agreement and he was pleased.
Again many thanks.
Letter - Original.
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