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Ac - Papers of Ada Clarke [née Lawrence], sister of D.H. Lawrence, and of the Clarke family, 1875-1997, in the D.H. Lawrence Collection
1 - Letters, art works, photographs and editions of books by D.H. Lawrence, given to or inherited by his sister Ada Clarke (née Lawrence); 1893-1930
1 - Correspondence between D.H. Lawrence, his family and childhood friends; 1899-1930
63-238 - Correspondence from D.H. Lawrence to his sister Ada Clarke [née Lawrence]; 1911-1930
La Ac 1/1/127
Postcard from D.H. Lawrence, [Lobo Ranch?, New Mexico, U.S.A.] to Mrs L.A. Clarke, Grosvenor Road, Ripley, Derbyshire; 30 Jul. 
30 July 1924
Wonders why he hasn't heard from her; enquires whether she has received the bracelet he sent for her birthday [16 Jun.]; asks whether she went to Wembley [for the British Empire Exhibition]; asks if baby's moccasins fitted him [refers to Ada's younger son William Herbert Clarke].
Verso of the postcard has a photograph 'Taos Indians ready for their race - a ritual race'.
Postmarked: Valdez, Jul. 31 1924.
indigenous peoples, Native Americans
Written in dark ink on the recto of a postcard; text is written with postcard placed vertically, address written horizontally; dimensions are 140 x 90 mm.
James T. Boulton and Lindeth Vasey (eds) 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989) vol V, p 85.
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Dates of existence
Lawrence; D.H. (1885-1930); David Herbert; writer
Clarke; Ada (1887-1948); Mrs; married W.E. Clarke 1913; sister of D.H. Lawrence
Clarke; William Herbert (1923-); son of Ada Clarke née Lawrence
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