TRADES UNION CONGRESS.
From W.J. Bolton.
To Sir Walter Citrine.
Date 26th June, 1939.
Joshi writes enclosing a letter he has sent to Nagarkar, stating that the passage will cost £40 by P.& O. line, but £30 if he (Nagarkar) makes use of the cheapest passage.
Joshi in his letter to us asks what the terms are under which Nagarkar will receive training. We told Joshi £250 per annum in a letter to him (15 February, 1938).
Perhaps Joshi is asking in an Eastern fashion for a further advance.
Are you willing to send him say £20 more for Nagarkar?
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