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John Haworth Drewry Letters

Letters from John Haworth Drewry to his parents. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-3140

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comfortable as the others as the wool is harsher and more loosely knit. None of them have shrunk at all in the washing. In regard to you inquiry as to a young "Lankford" I may say that I believe there is a "Langford" or of some such name at Long Branch, near Toronto. He is not at Camp Borden.

Glad to hear Mrs. Lewis is going to stay with you. Has she been in California? If she is there now or when she comes, please give her my love.

I wish I could see the garden and the lovely Victoria spring. It is so cold and windy here now it is hard to believe it is May. The buds are just beginning to burst and we still have frosty nights, though it is not more than 700 feet above Lake Ontario. Please excuse this change of paper. I have run out of the other. Love to you both as ever


BC Archives, 93-6553 Box 4 DREWRY FAMILY Selected Correspondence, 1917 – 1919.

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