Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Thursday 25th March 1937

I was the first to awake – at 12:30 p.m.!

Made four calls in the afternoon, then returned to Canvey. Packy made a Welsh Rarebit, we tidied the place and packed our Easter luggage. Left for Town 6:30.
Arrived at Patmac’s, Soho, 8p.m.

Drinks with Mr Insoll, Gledhill and Markham (who has left the firm, now). Hard boiled men. I enjoy them! Later Packy took me to the Bath House, Dean Street, where there were two tricky barmaids. More beer in a pub at Ealing Broadway and final drinks for the road at a pub on the edge of the Common. Exchanged wishes for a happy Easter and parted – after closing time.

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