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Letter from Arnold Finkelstein to Mr and Mrs D. Finkelstein. Parents both not well; Victor and apprenticeship; Silver Wedding present; cloth for a dress; leaving Brian Hart's; hating England.
Letter from Arnold Finkelstein to his parents. Arnold is extremely happy at receiving his first letter from his parents, although he tells them they are not playing the game properly, and shares his desire for at least one letter per week. Arnold Finkelstein describes his food poisoning and other meals, as well as London etiquette.
Letter from Arnold Finkelstein to his parents. Arnold Finkelstein met with Mr Brian Hart, a man of brilliance and high authority, we are told. Mr Hart was to be moving into a new home on the first of February. Before working in Mr Hart's Salon, Arnold must do full time at the Tailor & Cutter Academy. There is a man who taught Dior, Molyneax and Hardy Amies, who Arnold must get private lessons with. Arnold shares he was crying himself to sleep from loneliness before, but now he is treated as a lord and is much happier with these wonderful arrangements lined up. More on Mr Brian Hart: He is married to a French girl whose father owns fabulous clothing factories in France. He is close in age with Arnold and believes the two will have a lot in common. He tells Arnold no one in London is willing to try South Africa, and Arnold seems like just the right person. Arnold studied under Rex Trueform in Cape Town, and is being trained in London for the benefit of Rex.
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Photograph of (Back) Edna Jaffee, Laurie Jaffee, Jean Jaffee, In Regents Park with Edna and the twins: (Front) Rowan, Georgina (15 Months), Julia.
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Photograph of Leslie Marks, Bessie and Harry Jaffee at Laurie and Jean's wedding.
Photograph of Jean Jaffee on her Wedding Day, 19th June 1955, London, England.