The Wilkins-Week 100-years-ago'”
The thirty-four year old Bert, Wilkie or Wilks (as he was often called by friends and associates), was on his way to Russia to film the famine relief being provided by the Society of Friends(Quakers) in North-East Europe.
He wrote the following entries in his little diary while in Warsaw. He scribbled sketches of his days for himself, developing a kind of shorthand. See if you can read his writing. If you are able to make sense of any of the red words then you are a Wilkinscript-genius. Please contact transcriber extraordinaire, Philip van Dueren immediately: firstname.lastname@example.org
Philip would be happy to send you more almost-indecipherable diary entries with other red words … puzzles to be solved.