|Title||Munro Letters: June 25 1917; Melville Munro to Jessie Munro|
|Abstract||Melville writes to his mother from his camp in England. He mentions receiving a letter from Brock, which he encloses for safekeeping. He also says that he wrote to his younger brother the day before.|
|Collection||Private Gordon Munro Letters WW1 1915-1918|
June 25th 1917
My Dear Mother-
I got your letter dated May 27th to-day, just a couple of minutes ago, and at the same time got one from Brock, which you will find enclosed. I'm glad he's got a good job and hope he keeps it.
It's raining to-day which makes things rotten and besides I'm mess orderly.
I wrote a letter home to Ed yesterday.
Love to all,
World War I
|Creator||Arthur Melville Munro|