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|Title:||Part I, Series J, Section 29: Letters Home 1934|
|Abstract:||Letters home from Honor Maude to Harry's parents in Guernsey. From Betio on Tarawa, in the Gilbert Islands, Honor describes the conflict between the Roman Catholic missionaries and the British colonial officers. Later in the year, the Maudes start to move around the islands for Harry to commence his new job as Lands Commissioner but he falls ill and is unable to start immediately. Honor made 2 sketch maps of Tabiteuea and describes their adventures there.|
|Call number:||MSS 0003|
|Appears in Collections:||Part I, Series J, Section 29: Letters Home, 1929- 46|
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