File - HF#5: April - June 1918

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HF#5: April - June 1918

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(1891-1964)

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Letter of April 7, 1918: Addressed to Mother from Witley Camp. Fred writes of a reunion with brothers Frank and Art. in London, is doing office work while on reserve. Letter of April 18, 1918: Addressed to Folks at Home from "the Somewhere" (active duty). Fred has returned to the front where conditions have improved thanks to his commission., is on guns. Letter of April 23, 1918: Addressed to Sis. Fred was with the Infantry working as liaison officer and living well. Letter of April 30, 1918: Addressed to Mother & All. Fred does another O. P. tour and does some sniping. Letter of May 16, 1918: Addressed to Dad and All. Fred gives a detailed description of his new daily activities on the front and is enjoying his new position. Letter of May 21, 1918: Addressed to Wink. Fred gives a summary of his recent times back in England, says he is with Infantry on the front line. Letter of May 23, 1918: Addressed to Mother. Fred writes of his liaison duty in the front line. Letter of June 2, 1918: Addressed to Home Folks. Fred writes of the divisional sports competitions taking place. Letter of June 15, 1918: Addressed to Ern Boy and All from France. Fred writes more of divisional sporting activities he witnesses and friends he meets. Letter of June 18, 1918: Addressed to Art from France. Fred is out on manoeuvres and writes of more sporting events. Letter of June 19, 1918: Addressed to Mother and All from the Somewhere. Fred is orderly officer today, having quiet times. Letter of June 22, 1918: Addressed to Tribe (no typed transcript). Fred writes of having to bivouac one night on manoeuvres due to rain. Letter of June 29, 1918: Addressed to nephew, Bill. Letter of June 29, 1918: Addressed to Jen & Tribe. Fred writes of meeting up with Bob Baird.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0001
  • Folder: File 0017