St. Ermins Restaurant
ST. JAMES PARK
Your Ref. WMC/EAB/501 27th February, 1937
Sir Walter Citrine, K.B.E., General Secretary.,
The Trades Union Congress General Council., Transport House, Smith Square, SW.1.
Dear Sir Walter,
LUNCHEON - 11th, MARCH, 1937.
I thank you for your letter of the 26th instant confirming the booking of the above.
It is understood that the menu submitted at 4/6d is to be provided, but charged at 4/- as there is to be a choice of the Melon Frappe or Creme Portugaise.
I note that the number anticipated at present is between 120 and 200,but that you will let me have a more definite figure nearer the date.
The Luncheon will be served promptly at 1.15 p.m., as requested.
Again thanking you and assuring you of every attention to your requirements.
Yours faithfully, FOR ST. ERMIN'S RESTAURANT
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