File - HF#3: March - April 1917

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HF#3: March - April 1917

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(1891-1964)

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Letter of March 5, 1917: Addressed to Frank. Fred is eager to hear details of the planes Frank flies, says he is still with the guns and things are quiet Letter of March 25, 1917: Addressed to Art. Fred notes his official promotion to corporal. Letter of March 25, 1917: Addressed to Folks at Home. Fred writes he was busy at the guns but back at the horse lines. His feet are always wet and he has a cold. Letter of March 30, 1917: Addressed to Art. Fred is in the horse lines amongst poor, wet conditions, is not pleased with his new superior officers. His rain jacket has been "pinched." Letter of April 3, 1917: Addressed to Jennie, Fred, and Bill. Fred is running ammunition in soggy weather and his living quarters are bug infested. Letter of April 18, 1917: Addressed to Father after the victory of Vimy Ridge. Fred is homesick and longs for Canadian weather, is optimistic about recent Canadian victories. Letter of April 23, 1917: Addressed to Frank. Fred speculates about transferring to the R.F.C. He talks of the recent victory and being very busy hauling ammunition during the attack. Letter of April 30, 1917: Addressed to Mother. Fred is thankful for food packages and asks $5/month to be sent him from his assigned pay.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0001
  • Folder: File 0012