Extract from WW1 letter dated 2 & 3 May 1918
From May Muggridge in Beckenham (UK) to David Henry Taylor in Holzminden
“My dear David,
This is my birthday, and I am enjoying it in spite of the fact that you are not really with me … I have a lovely large bunch of pinkish tulips given me by the temporary girls, and roses to match … I must not stop any longer as we are so busy … P.S Last night I dreamt I was wearing that ring. I wonder what that is a sign of?”