Deborah Florence Glassford Letters and Memorabilia
Letters written to Deborah Florence (Leighton) Glassford of Vancouver by men serving overseas, including some cards, programs and memorabilia. Learn more.
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best of it we will manage somehow. Pasey is still at leucehovere[?] she has had a lovely holiday, they are so [?] to her, she [?] is as quite ill before she went away, Dr. Bukasds says she leads such a strenuous life that is why she sets [?] up, we are expecting we home on Friday, the house seems so great when she is away.
I am so sorry about your father, he will feel so disappointed about his work but I trust something will turn up Goo[?] news Dodie which your fettice[?] are sudry ones, I wish you were well enough. Go to buy a fur coat for yrself, those things are long ago useless to me I s seldom go out even in the summer Suspect you will be like G[?] surprise is one day, We heve hada heavy[?] summer so told [?] met the rose I sent was about the only food one we had they all died and withered on the trees and no sweet peas Give my love to your Dear Mother tell her not to worry I wish she were near to pop in with her [?]
Much love to you all Dear Dodie
Do loving old Pace
J. N. Pearsore[?]
BC Archives, MS-0089 GLASSFORD, Deborah Florence (Leighton). Vancouver Box 1 Correspondence inward, 1916 File 4