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Alma Russell Letters

Letters of British Columbia men on active service with Canadian and British Expeditionary Forces, 1914-1918. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-1901

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I came too. My old muscels where very tough & obstinate & I had a very nasty time of it for three or four days. Every body was most awfully kind & sympathetic. Even the head matron came down & said how awfully sorry she was for me. However I feel I am better at length The leg is not paining much now only spadsmotically and my general health has gone back to normal. Mole was in yesterday he had heard from Fred who you know is in Hospital at Croydon with Trench Fever. In his letter to me he did not say much

BC Archives, MS-1901 Box 1 File 2 / RUSSELL, Alma M., 1873-1964. Victoria; librarian. / Selected letters and a photograph from Sergeant Harry Octavius Allen, 1917.

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