File - HF#3: May - June 1917

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HF#3: May - June 1917

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Letter of May 5, 1917: Addressed to Folks at Home. Fred is busy on the front. Thanks to a louse-proof shirt, and water collecting in a shell crater, he is able to become lice free. Letter of May 10, 1917: Addressed to Mother. Fred is thankful for more food parcels, is still at the guns. Good weather. Letter of May 16, 1917: Addressed to Mother. Fred writes things have quieted down and he is busy digging Hun-style dugouts. Letter of May 20, 1917: Addressed to Folks at Home. Fred writes he is doing a great deal of night work digging dugouts. Letter of May 26, 1917: Addressed to Father. Fred experiences quiet times and sends a lilac flower from the village of Vimy. Letter of June 2, 1917: Addressed to Mother. Fred is back on horse duty and socialising with old friends. Letter of June 10, 1917: Addressed to Art. Fred writes of being at the wagon lines and a recent flurry of activity at the guns. Letter of June 10, 1917: Addressed to Mother and All. Fred describes his new position as "cushy." Letter of June 18, 1917: Addressed to Folks at Home. Fred writes things are quiet and the food exceptional.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0001
  • Folder: File 0013