File - E#8: January - February (no typed transcripts, except when indicated by an '*'.)) 1918

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E#8: January - February (no typed transcripts, except when indicated by an '*'.)) 1918

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Letter of January 6, 1918: Fred describes manoeuvres training, tells of coal being scarce. *Letter of January 13, 1918: Fred does not enjoy gun drill. He hears of Edith meeting Frank in Elm Creek. Letter of January 15, 1918: Fred reads a book but finds it not worth while to send to Edith. Letter of January 17, 1918: Fred is eager to hear from Frank and describes miniature range training. Letter of January 20, 1918: Fred buys a bike, is anxious about being a changed man if he ever gets back to Edith and Canada. Letter of January 25, 1918: Fred is enjoying manoeuvres training again, did well on recent exams. Letter of January 27, 1918: Fred writes of his social life while at camp. *Letter of January 30, 1918: Fred gets injured riding a skittish horse. *Letter of February 4, 1918: Fred meets up with Frank to hear of his recent trip to Canada. Letter of February 10, 1918: Fred enjoys a gossipy letter from Edith and hears her praises from his family. Letter of the following Monday: Fred encounters the Argues at a friend's house. Letter of February 15, 1918: Fred spends more time with the Argues. *Letter of February 18, 1918: Fred is preparing to return to France, tells of another visit to the Argues with Frank. *Letter of February 20, 1918: Fred is preparing to return to France. *Letter of February 25, 1918: Fred writes of a visit to Brighton and a machine gun course.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0003
  • Folder: File 0004