S&SWM PR papers L2236

Memorandum | Arthur Conyers | Blandford [business address]

Oct'r 7 1898

To: General Pitt Rivers


I am taking the liberty to send you a pice [sic] of wood which has been dug up whilst making the new line at Blandford it is very much like a horse foot and I thought it might interest you.

I Remain
Your Obed Servant

Reply [different hand]

General Pitt Rivers begs to thank Mr Conyers for the piece of wood in form of horse's foot found at Blandford

This item is not listed in the catalogue of the second collection.

Transcribed by AP for the Rethinking Pitt-Rivers project in July-August 2011

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