Letter from James Johnston Abraham 1940 (1)
Handwritten letter to Sam Henry. He is staying out of London due to the bombings [World War II]. Thanks Sam for the work he has put into helping research his family tree and finds it an 'escape' from the 'troubled times'. Writes that he sometimes wishes he stayed in Coleraine as an artist. Encloses cheque for £5.0.0 for Sam's work he has carried out.