A 100-year-old letter has finally been delivered to an address. A copy of the 100-year-old letter is circulating on social media. The letter is from February 1916 with a Bath postmark on it. According to media reports, the letter arrived at Finlay Glen's flat on Hamlet Road, Crystal Palace, in 2021. It was lost somewhere in between for over a century. The letter states, “My dear Katie, will you lend me your aid – I am feeling quite ashamed of myself after saying what I did at the circle.” The letter was addressed to Katie Marsh, who was married to the stamp dealer Oswald Marsh and was sent by her friend Christabel Mennell, who was holidaying in Bath, according to ‘The Norwood Review', a local history magazine. King Charles III Stamps Revealed by Royal Family in London Ahead of His Coronation (See Pics).
100-Year-Old Letter Delivered From Bath In London
Better late than never? 😳📬✅👏🏼
Letter lost in 1916 delivered in London more than 100 years later.
It begins: “My dear Katie, will you lend me your aid – I am feeling quite ashamed of myself after saying what I did at the circle.”@guardian 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/u5ufuSPy7d
— Tibor M. Kalman (@kalmantibs) February 16, 2023
(SocialLY brings you all the latest breaking news, viral trends and information from social media world, including Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. The above post is embeded directly from the user's social media account and Morning Tidings Staff may not have modified or edited the content body. The views and facts appearing in the social media post do not reflect the opinions of Morning Tidings, also Morning Tidings does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.)