MB Williams to her family, Dec 1932
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[Japanese scene in colour on top]
Your box is just going and this is just a time to say very Happy Christmas to you all. We have been very[pagebreak]
busy working on this Empire broadcast for Christmas morning which Mrs. H. & I wrote but to-day we feel a good deal like the playwright on the night of a first production. For our original has been trimmed & cut so often to suit so many people & times that we hardly know it. We are quite thrilled to be on the first historic programme however[pagebreak]
though it doesn’t mean any money this time.
I hope your little gifts will have some attractions. They go with much love.
We are both quite well & happy though Dolly had her bumper smashed this morning. Shall be at Perth on Sunday.[pagebreak]
I am leaving the next Friday for London. Will let you know what train but don’t save the turkey.
A kiss for each of you.
|Description:||A letter from M.B. Williams to her family, December, 1932.|
|Source:||M.B. Williams fonds, Library and Archives Canada, R12219-0-3-E.|
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