World War 1, Letters and Correspondence

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Greg MacLeod, Correspondence

File contains the following correspondence: a letter from Pte. Leonard Lewis, C.E.F., written while at the armouries in Halifax, indicating his indignation at the moral conditions there, 1914; and a letter form the commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion Black Watch in Mesapotamia commending Sgt. MacDonald who was killed in action, 1916.

Correspondence

File contains personal correspondence sent to and from Christine McPherson (later Crowdis) that provides accounts of life in wartime England, 1916-1919.

Correspondence and Clippings

File contains correspondence and clippings, mostly letters from Anthony (Tony) MacMillan to Cecilia MacMillan regarding his army service during World War 1 and her replies. It also includes correspondence from M.M. MacDougall, Pius MacMillan, Alex MacMillan, and Catherine MacMillan,

Letter from Anthony MacMillan to Cecelia MacMillan

Item is a letter from Anthony MacMillan to Cecelia MacMillan. It was written from Pine Hill Military Hospital in Halifax. In the letter, Anthony described getting his fortune told overseas and wonders when he will be discharged.

Matheson Family Papers

File contains family correspondence, including two letters from Ken Matheson to his mother while training at Valcartier Camp, 1915.

Letter from Sgt. H. Evans

Item is a letter from Sgt. H. Evans, concerning an interest in enlisting in Home Service. It was written in Halfax, Nova Scotia.

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