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Ellison Family Letters

Letters from Price F., Vernon, Herbert and Albert Ellison of Vernon, B.C., to their mother Mrs. Price Ellison, and their sisters Elizabeth and Ellen. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-0249

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if I possibly can, it is very hard to get leave now there are so many wounded over in France Dr. Morris is to give her away. Foggo is to get here also so there will be quite a few representatives from home.

Spring has really come at last and it is a great relief after such a rotten winter. the boys at the front had an awfully time, with the big advance right on top of everything. How does Elizabeth like working in the bank. It must be rather hard at first. anyway this warm weather makes me home sick. I want to get away from this blooming army and go rambling around the hills again

BC Archives, MS-0249 Box 1 File 10 / ELLISON FAMILY. Vernon. / Mrs. Price Ellison, correspondence inward from her son Price Ellison, 1917.

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