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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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hut and we are as comfortable as can be.

I was expecting to get my leave about a month ago but since this big "Push" started leave has slipped out of our minds.

I was very sory to hear that you had been under the weather and I trust by this you have fully recovered.

There certainly has been a lot of changes in the "Buildings" lately, what with members dying and others being married. I was very surprised to hear of Mrs. McNaught.

I suppose you all had a great scare when someone attempted to break into the Library. I read about it in one of the papers I received from home.

I guess things are mighty quite in good old Victoria and everybody is talking about the "big push."

I wonder how many more years

BC Archives, MS-1901 Box 1 File 20 RUSSELL, Alma M., 1873 – 1964. Victoria; librarian. Letters from Gregory T. Yorke, [1916] – 1918.

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