We have just received an extraordinary five volumes by an astute and articulate Ms Daniels: 1925 (Bryant and May's Matches imprint), 1926 (Bryant and May's Matches imprint), 1927 (Bryant and May's Matches imprint), 1938 and 1944 - 1946. Each volume is written in copperplate. However, much of the space available in the early diaries is occupied by newspaper cuttings. Ms Daniels conscientiously records mainly public events, especially geo-political developments, that are of import. This is a particularly interesting period as the years leading up to and towards the end of the 2nd world war are covered. Ms Daniels offers her [...]
We have had an unexpected and generous visit from a benevolent benefactor, he has presented us with 15 diaries by 15 different characters. And by golly do they differ. To read more come and visit.