Letter to Mr Jackson from M Algar

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Title

Letter to Mr Jackson from M Algar

Description

Letter thanking Mr Jackson for his letter and writing that they were glad he had recovered. In addition they reiterated the help offered was a pleasure and indeed a duty. Writes that they are enclosing some maps found in a field by a local labourer rather than send them to RAF Driffield.

Creator

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1941-04-03

Contributor

Lesley Wain

Rights

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Format

two page handwritten letter

Language

Identifier

EAlgarMJacksonR410403

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

“The Forge”
Rudston
Driffield
[underlined] E Yorks. [/underlined]
3/4/41
Dear Mr Jackson
We were pleased to receive your letter telling us you were [underlined] all [/underlined] recovered from your thrilling experience of [underlined] [underlined] “that Monday A.M.” [/underlined] [/underlined] We were only too delighted to be of any assistance to you, it was indeed a pleasure to help you, (if you could call it help,) it was our duty, we owe a lot to all you gallant air-men[sic]. Please give our kind regards to the other air-men [sic] who was with you & if you do decide to come down at Rudston [underlined] in the future [/underlined] please call at “The Forge”, where you are welcome. The other day a labourer brought us the enclosed maps found in a field & as it had your address I decided to post them to you, otherwise I should have sent them on to the R.A.F. Station at Driffield.
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Again I assure you we were both my husband & self delighted to have been any assistance to you.
My husband joins in with me in wishing you [underlined] [underlined] all [/underlined] [/underlined] “Good Luck” & the best always,
Yours Sincerely,
M Algar.

Citation

M Algar, “Letter to Mr Jackson from M Algar,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 21, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/10002.

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