|Title||Letter from D.H. Lawrence, 12 Colworth Road, Addiscombe, Croydon, Surrey to Louie Burrows, Coteshael, Quorn, Leicestershire; 24 Nov. 1908|
|Content Description||Addresses her as 'My dear Louise'; refers to her letters and the news of her unhappiness at school; is pleased that she is resigning her post; refers to his own situation at school; asks about her writing, remarking that he does not have enough free time to write; enjoys painting (and suggests she inspects the paintings he has sent his aunt) and playing chess with Mr Jones [John William Jones]; likes 'larking' with the baby Hilda Mary [Hilda Mary Jones]; signed 'D.H.L.' on the front page.|
With a white envelope (La B 41/2), addressed to Miss Louie Burrows at Coteshael, Quorn, Leicestershire. Bears a red penny stamp, postmarked in Croydon at 8.45pm, 24 Nov 1908. There are traces of a Loughborough postmark of [...] Nov 1908, on the verso of the envelope.