|Content Description||Addresses her as 'My dear Sister'; hasn't received the shirts she was sending yet; is glad that Bertie [Ada's son] has recovered from the measles.|
Informs her that his doctor wants to send him to a German sanatorium, but he feels in much better health, so will do the 'inhalation cure' for 10 days then return to the Villa Mirenda [in Scandicci, Italy].
They have been invited by the Dobrées to spend the winter at their house at Gizeh [Giza], Egypt; confirms that he would like to go, but the journey is too expensive.
Discusses various friends and family including Gertie [Cooper], his mother-in-law [Anna von Richthofen] and Frieda's sisters; describes Baden-Baden and comments on its grand history when King Edward VII used to visit; briefly mentions the coal miners troubles in England; signed 'Love. DHL'.
Date: Letter is simply dated 'Sunday'; date provided is from James T. Boulton and Margaret H. Boulton with Gerald M. Lacy (eds) 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991) vol VI, pp 178-180.