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Title Munro Letters: Jan. 23 1917: Aunt Leah to Melville Munro
Abstract Leah (surname unknown) writes to her nephew, Melville. She thanks him for writing her a letter, and gives her best wishes for Melville to have a safe journey overseas. She gives him some pocket money, and gives her regards to the Munro family.
Date 1917/01/23
Collection Private Gordon Munro Letters WW1 1915-1918
Letter Transcript 1074 - 31st Street
Tuesday Jan. 23rd

Dear Melville,
Was very glad I got your letter a few days ago.
Muriel wrote you a day or two ago & sent the letter to Hamilton, no doubt it will have been forwarded to you. I saw in Friday's "Mail & Empire" that your regiment had been inspected, so I suppose that means you will soon be going overseas. I wish you a pleasant voyage over, and a speedy return; I am always hoping that there may be way to arrange an honorable & lasting peace before long.

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I am enclosing a cheque for $5.00 and I hope you will have just as good a time as you can with that small amount before you go away. I suppose there are always lots of things to go to in Toronto.
I think I shall send this to Oakville so when you go home on Saturday you would likely get it sooner than if I sent it to Hamilton.
With much love to yourself and all the family,

Your Loving
Aunt Ruth.

Search Terms Munro
Letter
World War I
Oakville
Canada
Toronto
Hamilton, ON
Creator George Brock Chisholm
Object Name Letter
Catalog Number 2017.22.103