File - E#7: November - December (no typed transcripts, except when indicated with a '*'.) 1917

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E#7: November - December (no typed transcripts, except when indicated with a '*'.) 1917

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(1891-1964)

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  • Letter of November 4, 1917, Witley Camp: Fred finds camp monotonous, is doing well in his classes. Letter of November 4, 1917: Fred responds to news from Edith. *Letter of November 11, 1917: Fred feels he botched an exam. Letter of November 14, 1917: Fred describes a room he is renting as a study, hears about his brothers, Ernest and Harry, requesting exemption from conscription. Letter of November 25, 1917: Fred writes of casualties from his subsection and visits in the country. *Letter of December 2, 1917: Fred accepts a commission in the C.F.A., lists his reasons. *Letter of December 9, 1917: Fred reads Ralph Connor’s “The Major.” Frank is in Canada on leave. Letter of December 14, 1917: Fred wants Edith to visit Frank while he is in Canada. *Letter of December 20, 1917: Fred moves to officer’s quarters, describes his new room mates, commends his senior gunnery instructor. *Letter of December 28, 1917: Fred writes of Christmas Holidays in London and west England. *Letter of December 29, 1917: Fred visits friends.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0003
  • Folder: File 0003