Autograph letter signed by Harley Matthews, written from Gallipoli Peninsula, to Bertram Stevens, relating to conditions at the front, 10 July 1915 and poem, 'The Quest of Love' for possible publication in The Lone Hand; and, 'Summer Song' - Page 6

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stories about shortage of munitions & food & coffee etc ending the war. Money might, but I think the bayonet will, all the same.
Would you mind looking at the enclosed. It might be good enough for the Lone Hand, & if you don't object, the censor shouldn't.
Hoping a lot of things, one of which is that you are still able to hold a glass to the light.
I am sincerely yours
Harley Matthews,

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