A collection of correspondence written by William Herbert Wallace himself. Transcriptions attempted by myself, may have some inaccuracies.
Response to a Letter of Condolence
83 Ullet Road,
Dear Mrs ____,
Please accept my sincere thanks for your very kind letter of sympathy.
It is such a dreadful ordeal that I scarcely know where I am.
The whole thing was so brutal and unnecessary that I can barely yet realize it, and at the moment I don’t actually realize that my dear wife has really gone from me. We were so much to each other and so completely happy together that I fear it will be the uprooting of everything.
Nothing can bring her back. My only hope now is that the criminal may soon be brought to book.
Very Sincerely Yours