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Case 2

44. Letter form Miss S. 6 February 1930

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88, Larkhll Rise,
S.W. 4.
6th Feby, 1930.

Miss Saunders was much obliged for the letter she received about the sad case of J. at Frome. His has been a melancholy affair from the beginning almost and now his illness seems hopelessly incurable. My sister has been wondering if he could be either an out-side or in-side patient at the Home for Incurables at Streatham Common. Outsiders gain a pension but, she understands it is done by votes from the subscribers to this Home, and eventually he might be an Inmate, it would possibly be worth considering at this period of his life.

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