Letter, to Alice Webb from Tony Webb
Webb, Anthony James
10 Aug 1905
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In the letter he discusses farm life, a sick horse he is nursing, lack of animal medicines and articles he has written for a South African magazine. He also instructs Alice about her health and how to read a book in bed. He requests that she send him photographs of Ormondville and people from the village. He discusses shooting and eating a wild bird and not knowing what it was called. He has drawn a sketch of it along with two cartoons about New Zealanders and prohibition.
Date, 10 August 1905.