Towards a Quaker View of Sex

Letter Wedmore to Torrie, 8 Nov 1960


Keith Wedmore wrote a brief acknowledgement on receipt of Alfred Torrie's payment for expenses and wished well in convalescence.


Keith Wedmore Papers


8th November, 1960

Dear Alfred:

It's a little late to say this, but of course I would never have troubled you for the QCB cheque if I had realised atthe time that you were ill. My thanks for the cheque, although even these thanks are also belated; and I do hope that you are now better.

I have enjoyed reading your article in the "Friends" and to realise from it that you were convelescing well.

Our present meetings are taken up with interminable consideration (quite right) of the draft pamphlet.

Yours ever,

Alfred Torrie
6, Lion Gate Gardens