File - E#7: September - October (no typed transcripts) 1917

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E#7: September - October (no typed transcripts) 1917

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Letter of September 8, 1917, from Witley Camp, Surrey: Fred is still waiting for his leave, visits the Stacks. Letter of September 12, 1917, from London: Fred is on leave. Fred tells of Frank losing a toe in a encounter with "the Circus." *Letter of September 16, 1917, from Inverness, Scotland: Fred tells of his travels and the people he meets. *Letter of September 23, 1917, from London: Fred is spending time with Frank and sees many plays, recounts the rest of his time in Scotland. Letter of September 28, 1917, from Witley Camp: Fred visits Oxford. He is starting a C.F.A. course, but wants to be in the R.F.C.. Letter of September 30, 1917: Fred meets up with old members of the 26th Brigade. *Letter of October 3, 1917: Fred tells of his C.F.A. course. *Letter of October 7, 1917: Fred takes an exam and wanders through the English countryside, condemns Church Parade. Letter of October 14, 1917: Fred gets 90% in last week's exam, finds his prospects for entering the R.F.C. discouraging. *Letter of October 21, 1917: Fred writes of junior gunnery class, hears Frank is leaving for Canada. *Letter of October 28, 1917: Fred talks of future plans with Edith. *Letter of October 28, 1917: Fred is pleased with his course work, receives news of possible prospects in the R.F.C.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0003
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