Reference letter from David Lloyd George's Office for Jessie Kenney, 1919
Sent from No 10 Downing Street, this is a letter of recommendation for Jessie Kenney for a “responsible secretarial post”. F. L. Stevenson, Secretary to the Prime Minister, who signed the letter applauds Jessie’s “great gift of organisation” as well as her “keenness and ability”.
The letter is a mimeograph copy on the back of the first leaf of chapter 1 of 'The Romance of Madame Curie'.
Text Item Type Metadata
Transcript – KP/JK/4/3
10, Downing Street.
Miss Jessie Kenny has been known to me for some years and I should have no hesitation in recommending her for a responsible secretarial post. She has a great gift of organisation and has had a great deal of experience in this direction. I feel certain that she would display keenness and ability in any work she undertook. During the war she rendered valuable service in helping to organise women for war work.
Signed: F. I. Stevenson
(Secretary To Rt. Hon. David