GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |RI W.B. Richmond papers 1858-1921
| |RI/1 Letters from William Blake Richmond to members of his family 1858-1921
| ||>RI/1/121 W.B. Richmond, B.L., "in my little library", to Ernest Richmond 1 Apr 1917|
|Title||W.B. Richmond, B.L., "in my little library", to Ernest Richmond|
|Date||1 Apr 1917|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||He is much better and works a little. Arthur is with him and much better too, mind and body. Checco has been placed on a committee to look into fisheries. He thinks Asquith crafty, and only interested in women's suffrage in order to secure their vote. He is glad Ernest is safe, "Gaza is not taken yet" and he is optimistic about the war.|