Erroll Pilkington Gillespie Letters
Letters from from Erroll Pilkington Gillespie to his family. Learn more.
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They Americans were a good looking lot of men & no doubt will do good work. The crowds that turned out to see the parade beggars description. It was certainly a sight I should hate to have missed.
Well I did fairly well in the short time that I had in looking up relatives don't you think. You will be glad to hear, I thought Uncle Tom was looking well, he is very keen on his summer place & has gone up there for a month to get some fishing & also to get his vegetable garden in shape. He has to go by train these days, no motors are used for joy rides these days. A great difference from old Victoria. How is my old Car, is it comfortably housed? I found the Aunts & Cats all at home at Kew. I had tea with them. I was amused at some of the things they
BC Archives, MS-2685 Box 17 File 3 / OLIVER, William Edgar, 1867 – 1920. Victoria; lawyer. / Erroll P. Gillespie, correspondence outward, 1917 – 1919.