File - E#5: October - December 1916

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E#5: October - December 1916

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(1891-1964)

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Letter of October 2, 1916: Fred recounts his time at the guns during battle from his position further back. Letter of October 14, 1916: Fred writes of active times working on horse lines and taking up ammunition. Letter of October 16, 1916: Fred writes of socializing with Wesley College mates. Letter of October 26, 1916: Fred is carrying ammunition in muddy conditions, describes the importance and value of Y.M. stations. Letter of October 29, 1916: Fred replies to a thanksgiving letter and notes the people he visits. Letter of November 12, 1916: Fred writes of times and food at the guns, discusses books. Letter of November 21, 1916: Fred explains how he was mistaken for a casualty, is in charge of his section in the horse line as acting corporal. Letter of November 22, 1916: Fred writes in anticipation of Christmas. Letter of December 4, 1916: Fred is far from the front and describes his new surroundings (Bethune). Letter of December 8, 1916: Fred writes of shining buttons and little prospect to get leave. Letter of December 10, 1916: Fred describes new living quarters of great comfort, mentions fallen friends. Letter of December 13, 1916: Fred writes Edith's mother's parcel came. Letter of December 25, 1916, from London: Fred recounts his trip to London and Arthur's place. Letter of December 28, 1916, London: Fred gets his teeth fixed and enjoys London. He gives a large synopsis of the play, "A Kiss for Cinderella."

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0002
  • Folder: File 0013