Letter: To Marion Scott.
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|Author||Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)|
|Title||Letter: To Marion Scott.|
|Notes||Feels ashamed about a previous 'grumbling' letter / thanks Marion Scott for her letters, and for help with his songs / glad that she like recent verses, and is including more / describes writing at the front / H.N. Howells / music / a photograph / books and requesting the 'Penny Poets' / availability of bread / desire for a salad and fresh food / describes a machine gun with a musical score / the infantry's taste in songs / a poem by John Masefield / the military situation / running in to acquaintances / wonders what Scott will think of new poems / the 'intellectual exercise' of writing verse and letters in war / a packet received by a fellow soldier from a girl / musing about what the girl is like / F.W. Harvey in a newspaper / requests a volume by John Masefield / includes 'Strange Service'.|
|Item Date||27th July 1916|
|Repository name||The Ivor Gurney Archive|
|Repository address||Gloucestershire Archives|
Clarence Row, Alvin Street