|Content Description||Thanks him for his telegram, and informs him that she sent one to him on Christmas Day on the way to the Protestant Cathedral. They dined at Mena House on Christmas night, and lunched at the Continental with the Stapleton Cottons [Robert F. Stapleton-Cotton and his wife Violet Maude, née Hervey-Bathurst]. |
Saw the arrival in State of the King of Afganistan [Mohammed Nadir Shah], in a horse drawn carriage escourted by troops with King Fuad of Egypt . He was followed by the Queen of Afganistan and their children in cars.
Discusses her social activities including a cancelled dinner with the agent for Sudan [probably Richard Edwardes More, Sudan agent in Cairo], and an outing to view mosques.
Ga 2 E 1305/2 is an envelope postmarked Cairo, 28 Dec. 1927.