In this letter written in black ink on blue paper, Sackville discusses possible help for the handicapped and encourages Kenmare to write to "The Echo." Refers to Kenmare as "Hyacinth" and signs the letter as "Marguerite."
A folder that is meant to hold autographs has a list of possible types of signed material. It states that it contains the autograph of Bancroft and that in his letter, Bancroft discusses Charles Dickens and his interference on copyright laws.
Possible commemorative item that details on the front page the life and achievements of Elizabeth (Elisabeth) Strickland. A short note by Strickland is pasted inside. In it, Strickland writes "I must be up to town and settle myself in our new...
In this letter addressed to Mr Oliver Bainbridge, Jordan promises to give his correspondent a requested chapter "when I can find time to write it" and also discusses possible time for a meeting between the two.