Two letters addressed to Henry Klein at the time he handled special events for the Royal family. The first: 1 page, 7 x 5.25 inches, 5 Cadogan Gardens, London, October 21, 1927, in part: "...Lady Askwith says that she will be pleased to distribute the prizes at the Annual Festival on November the 26th, and I will accompany her to take the Chair although I am not at all an expert on musical matters..." The second: 2 pages, 7 x 5.25, 5 Cadogan Gardens, London, December 30, 1927, trying to communicate with the Government officials, in part: "...I do not think that I could write to the Ambassador, and may not have a suitable opportunity for saying a word to him, though I will bear the matter in mind if I can make such an opportunity. He is rather a peculiar man and a wrong step would be unsuitable..." Both letters are boldly signed "Askwith" and in near fine condition.
English lawyer and civil servant who became an acclaimed arbitrator in industrial labor matters.
Condition: Near Fine