[Note] 1936 Aug., 6. West Coates, Edinburgh / Alice Macdonald Fleming (neé Kipling).

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[Note] 1936 Aug., 6. West Coates, Edinburgh / Alice Macdonald Fleming (neé Kipling).

This note by Fleming originally accompanied Rudyard Kipling's presentation copy to Fleming of his book: The light that failed (in the Mortimer Rare Book Room). The book was inscribed and presented to Fleming in the Spring of 1891. Fleming also explains her nickname "Trix."

[1] leaf ; 18 cm.

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Fleming, Alice Macdonald, 1868-

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Alice Macdonald Fleming (1868-1948) was the only sister of Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), the author. She married Colonel John M. Fleming (1858-1942). From the guide to the Macdonald Papers, 1890-1935, (University of Sussex Library) Fleming was the daughter of John Lockwood Fleming and Alice Macdonald and sister of Rudyard Kipling. She married Col. John Fleming and spent many years in India. She died in 1948. From the description of [Note] 1936 Aug., 6. West Coates...