Wallis Simpson to Lord Brownlow
Reference Name BNLW/4/4/9/5/14
Cande Monts. Sends him a letter which she thinks should be answered, as it is full of lies and gossip, such as her having an English detective. "It does make me see red when they speak of the Duke's disloyalty - after 25 years of the hardest service England could have..." Hopes Perry and Kitty will come to visit, "when you have dropped your velvet and miniver and also perhaps are feeling slightly over-coronationed."
Attached: a letter from J F E Devereux of Langley Towers, Staffordshire, to Mrs Simpson. 27 Mar 1937. Contains criticism of Lord Brownlow, as a disloyal friend to the Duke of Windsor.
Date: 1 Apr 
Repository: Lincolnshire Archives