Autograph letter signed ("Eric"), to Eleanor Jaques ("Dearest Eleanor"), hoping they can go on an excursion together ("...Can you by any chance come out with me this Sunday 18th? (W[eather].p[ermitting]. of course, but given even tolerable weather I should love to go for a walk somewhere... For instance if you could take a ticket to Uxbridge from Paddington & let me know the time, I could get in at Hayes & we could go on to Uxbridge & have a good long walk, & get lunch at Denham or somewhere - I hardly know the country but could consult a map ..."), and telling her of a possible new acquaintance ("...a friend of mine in London has some time shortly coming to stay with him a person who he says is most exciting - an old man who lives the life of a vagabond in order to conform with the Sermon on the Mount..."), 2 pages, 8vo, 'The Hawthorns', Hayes, "Tue." [13 December 1932]
- Autograph envelope included.