Titre: Letter of 6 April 1917 from Charles Ross Francis to Sarah Margaret Francis
Auteur: Francis, Charles Ross, 1899-1956
Source: Archives of Manitoba, P302 MG6 D17, Sarah M. Francis
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The weather has cleared up
in the last day or so and it makes
things much more comfortable to
be warm, and to have the mud
dried up. The Spring has
been worse than the Winter,
but Summer should be here soon
and make up for it.
I received the parcel No I
from yourself and Jim & enjoyed
everything very much. The
bannock was fine & the only
trouble was there was not enough
of it. The cake was in
good condition too, & I am still
enjoying the butter at every meal.
Anything that is good to eat is
always welcome & I generally have
the best of appetites, so please
except [accept] my best thanks for yourself
& and for Jim.
I had a letter from Herb.

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