File - HF#5: January - March 1918

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HF#5: January - March 1918

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(1891-1964)

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Letter of January 6, 1918: Addressed to Ern from Witley Camp. Fred has spent a week in manoeuvres training, describes the reputation the Canadian military has earned. He says coal issues don't last the week. Letter of January 13, 1918: Addressed to Folks-at-Home from Witley Camp. Fred makes more social calls, is in gun drill. Letter of January 17, 1918: Addressed to Dad from Witley Camp. Fred writes of miniature range drill and his next course. Letter of January 20, 1918: Addressed to Mother Mine from Witley Camp. Fred writes of his appreciation for McLean's Magazine. Letter of January 27, 1918: Addressed to Dad from Witley Camp. Fred visits Farnham, excels in his recent exams. Letter of February 10, 1918: Addressed to Mother and All from Witley Camp. Fred writes of Frank's return to England and visiting Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Argue. Letter of March 10, 1918: Addressed to Dad from Witley Camp. Fred has finished his courses, visits with the Argues considerably, is purchasing items for his new officer position. Letter of March 24, 1918: Addressed to Mother and All from London. Fred visits Yeovil and Somerset on leave.

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  • Box: A2008-156, Box 0001
  • Folder: File 0016