|Content Description||Describes Worksop as a 'rather rum old place - snied with colliers'; has just visited a pub which was crowded out; is going to the Priory [Church]; remarks that Shirebrook is 'too slow for anything'; asks after 'Bill' [William Holbrook]; signed D.H.L.|
The verso of the card is a black and white photograph of Clumber Terrace Steps; the card bears a green half-penny stamp postmarked at Worksop, 5 Mar 1912 and addressed to Mrs W. Holbrook, Moorgreen, Newthorpe, Notts.
|Publication Note||Edward Nehls, ed. 'D.H. Lawrence: A Composite Biography' (Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1959) vol III, p 623|
James T. Boulton, ed. 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979) vol I, p 371