Document ReferenceHil 1/13
TitleLetter from Enid Hilton, Ukiah, California [U.S.A.], to Margaret [Musgrave]; 12 Apr. 1976
Date12 April 1976
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionWishes Margaret luck on her journey [to Greece]; gives news on her friendship with the elderly 'Indian' man, and describes the injustices that the 'Indians' have faced at the hands of white people; mentions plans of the 'Montreal man' [Noel Kader] to move into the Hopkin home in Eastwood with 'Betty' [Olive Hopkin]; describes her own attitude to material possessions and her earlier loss of everything in a house fire; discusses her opinions on psychology and psychiatry.

Mentions that 'Lawrence' was the 'careful one',etc.; this could possibly refer to D.H. Lawrence, but is more probably a misspelling of 'Laurence'[Hilton], Enid's ex-husband.
Termindigenous peoples, Native Americans
racism, towards Native Americans

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA3494Kader; Noel M. (fl 1975-1987); -fl 1975-1987
NA3490Hopkin; Olive Lizzie (1895-1988); known as 'Betty'; née Slack; married W.E. Hopkin 19251895-1988
NA3486Hilton; Laurence E. (c.1882-); civil servant; m. Enid Hopkin 1921 divorcedc.1882-
NA337Hilton; Enid (1896-1992); Mrs; née Hopkin1896-1992
NA3489Musgrave; Margaret (fl 1963-87); friend of Enid Hilton wife of Clifford Musgravefl 1963-87
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