1956 July 6 . L[eo] Sylvester Sullivan ALS to "Eva"; London, [England].
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From architect L. Sylvester Sullivan. Mentions crayons he sent her, a holiday in France, and a letter from Barbara in Montréal. A postscript notes that around 1902 Sullivan lived in the chambers occupied by Kipling when he wrote "The Light that Failed," and that from the window he could hear Winston Churchill practicing his speeches to Parliament to overcome his stutter.