Letter from Sir Arthur Sullivan to Sir Alfred Cooper page 2 and 3

Hand written letter
Page 2 and 3. The letter reads: '...associated with your splendid generosity. The nature of the music is intrinsically small; but I am grateful that it has, through the munificence and enthusiasm of yourself and others imbued with the same spirit, been the humble means of adding so largely to the fund devoted to the instant and immediate relief of those who sorely need it. With renewed thanks I am, my dear Sir yours very Sincerely Arthur Sullivan , Alfred Cooper' From The Gables Hospital Album, Ref KX172, 1899 -1901, held by Kingston Museum and Heritage Service.

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Letter from Sir Arthur Sullivan to Sir Alfred Cooper
Hand written letter