My Old House

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My Old House

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Evidence

"Dear ‘Auntie’ [name Gittins used for column in ""the Farmer’s Gazette""] ... In fact I had copied out a poem (enclosed) “My Old House” & was about to send it when your very interesting letter came to hand. Now I must give you the history of the Poem (""I was almost calling it Romance"") to begin 3 school girls who were nearly my age & great chums whose friendship continued after marriage & all three brought up their Families (my Aunt who was one of the three had ten) & after all three became widows & their children had homes of their own – the three inseperables made up their minds to live to-gether - & each of them having been left with sufficient money to keep them comfortably there was not much difficulty in arranging matters & they lived in my Aunt’s villa – had a sitting room & bed room each so that either of them could have their own families in without being in the way of the others & there they lived on for many years a happy family - & it was on my Aunt’s 80th birthday that one of the other ladies wrote this “Poem” so unusual a way of school girls attachment being able to be carried out - would I thought interest you ... I must close now so goodbye Auntie Your writing Pal - Arthur F. Kentish’

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Related place
Australia
Related people
Kentish, Arthur Felix
Related place
Australia
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My Old House

Reading experience
Identifer:
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Evidence

"Dear ‘Auntie’ [name Gittins used for column in ""the Farmer’s Gazette""] ... In fact I had copied out a poem (enclosed) “My Old House” & was about to send it when your very interesting letter came to hand. Now I must give you the history of the Poem (""I was almost calling it Romance"") to begin 3 school girls who were nearly my age & great chums whose friendship continued after marriage & all three brought up their Families (my Aunt who was one of the three had ten) & after all three became widows & their children had homes of their own – the three inseperables made up their minds to live to-gether - & each of them having been left with sufficient money to keep them comfortably there was not much difficulty in arranging matters & they lived in my Aunt’s villa – had a sitting room & bed room each so that either of them could have their own families in without being in the way of the others & there they lived on for many years a happy family - & it was on my Aunt’s 80th birthday that one of the other ladies wrote this “Poem” so unusual a way of school girls attachment being able to be carried out - would I thought interest you ... I must close now so goodbye Auntie Your writing Pal - Arthur F. Kentish’

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Kentish, Arthur Felix
Born in ;;;;;

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Time of Reading Experience
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How to cite this record

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Accessed on 2021/04/19 10:19:14

Related place
Australia
Related people
Kentish, Arthur Felix
Related place
Australia
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