J. G. Frazer to Howitt 23 January 1907

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and interesting style.

My wife and I are grateful
to you for so kindly exerting
yourself on her behalf in regard
to the phonograph.

I owe Spencer more than
one letter and hope soon to
pay the debt. His last two
welcome letters gave me much
pleasure, for I had begun to fear
he had cut me dead. Tell
him, if you see him, not
to think the same about me.

I trust that you and
Miss Howitt are in very good
health. With kind regards
from my wife and myself
to you both.
I am
Yours very sincerely
J G Frazer

Any prospect of Spencer + Gillen
making an expedition to Western
? I should die happier
if we had a book by them on
the native tribes of Western
to match their masterpieces
on the Central tribes.

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Document Details

Date 23-Jan-07
Letter From Frazer, James George
Letter To Howitt, Alfred William
Country England
Holding Institution State Library of Victoria
Collection Name
Registration Number MS9356/58
Medium Letter
Locality Cambridge
Summary MS 9356 [Series] General correspondence with anthropologists. [Sub Series] James George Frazer to A. W. Howitt [Item Title] Letter from James George Fraser to A.W. Howitt. [Summary note] Trinity College, Cambridge. 4 pages. 1907 January 23. Box 1049 [Folder] 6(b) [State Library Victoria record 2018]
Physical Description Handwritten in ink. Signed and dated.