Letter to Hamish Maclaren. Sutherland, Scotland. 1968 Sept. 20.

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Heath-Stubbs, John Francis Alexander, 1918-. Letter to Hamish Maclaren. Sutherland, Scotland. 1968 Sept. 20.

Letter to Hamish Maclaren. Sutherland, Scotland. 1968 Sept. 20.

Concerning the eviction of Gawsworth, his lack of a permanent home and his illness; and asking if Maclaren can in any way help him.

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Heath-Stubbs, John, 1918-2006

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