Galsworthy pens a quotation from "The Pigeon: A Fantasy in Three Acts" (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1915.) "but our spirits they cannot touch, for they never understand. Without that, Monsieur, all is dry as a parched skin of orange." "Fernand the Pigeon." The light cream card shows a thin turquoise border, slightly soiled from aging, slight removal of paper on verso at former point of attachment. Remnant of attached backing shows on upper right corner.