Rolls-Royce in Russia

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When I was in Russia the other day I went to see the Rolls-Royce which had belonged to Lenin and which is now on view at the Lenin Museum in Moscow. I only had a brief moment in which to see it, and could not examine it carefully, but I take it to be a late Silver Ghost. The car appears to be in beautiful condition and, judging from the pedals and seats, etc, does not seem to have been greatly used. I enclose a photograph of it herewith.

I also enclose a photograph of another of Lenin’s motor cars which I did not see, but which is on view at the Lenin Museum at Gorki. I thought that you might be interested in the skis and the half-track, with what appears to be rubber track.

PATRICK LINDSAY.