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Erroll Pilkington Gillespie Letters

Letters from from Erroll Pilkington Gillespie to his family. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-2685

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while on his way home, so I think apparently Sholto must have been detained, & didn't sail as early as he expected. I think we may look forward to hearing of his safe arrival any day now. Probably you may have heard from Aunt Betty ere this explaining matters but in case you haven't I will send her letter along or perhaps get Florence to forward it on to you as I know F. would like to see it too. As I know she has been quite anxious about Peachie too. Perhaps the three of us may get together yet & have a celebration, if Florence is going to be in Town this coming week end & if I can possibly make it. I shall certainly make the run up to London again! Florence was looking well, though I thought decidedly thinner. I am sure she has been working pretty hard the rest will do her good, though she is anxious to get busy again at something else right away. She is trying to get with the W.A.A.C.'s as an officer of course. I am sure they will only be too glad to get her & I hope she will find the work to her liking. I think Florence's nerves bother her a bit still, in fact she says herself they do, but be sure you don't say anything in any of your letters. You remember we thought her

BC Archives, MS-2685 Box 17 File 3 / OLIVER, William Edgar, 1867 – 1920. Victoria; lawyer. / Erroll P. Gillespie, correspondence outward, 1917 – 1919.

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