Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo
injuries, parcel bomb, eardrum, Norfolk, holiday, ill, Hospital, couch trip, seaside, lavender, Maggie, Kadar Hassim, clerk, Sukhthi, LESOTHO, Mr Ismail, trade union newspaper, Transport and Employment Bills, House of Commons, Mr PB Singh, DURBAN, Mrs Christopher, Mr and Mrs Simmons, Harlow, Sahdhan, Indian, railway ticket, Bradford, CUBA, Greece, Socialist party of Britain, Hungary, Maseru, Deva, Australia, Rhonda, Monroe, Tim, Alex, Steve, Lorna, Addis, Gwen’s Mother, Rosa Luxemburg, Promenade Concert, London
16 August 1980
UKZN - Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
How are you and all your friends? We hope that the injuries you received when you when you received the parcel bomb are healing and hope your eardrum is now better. We are enclosing a tea towel from a tiny seaside village in Norfolk.
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