Letter to David Donaldson from his wife

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Letter to David Donaldson from his wife

Description

Sends birthday wishes and discusses present. Catches up with family news and writes of daughter's activities. Reports on telephone calls from David's mother and relates the sequel to the toothpaste story recounted in the letter of 23 January.

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944-01-28

Contributor

Frances Grundy

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Twp page handwritten l;etter

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EDonaldsonJDonaldsonDWXX0128

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Daneshill Farmhouse.
Oxshott.
28th January
Dear David.
Many happy returns of your birthday I am sending off your present to-day as I do not know that you will get it by Monday if I do not post it now.
I feel sorry that it is not a surprise however it is a case of have it your own way and I am only too pleased to be able to give it you and very proud of the row of gongs.
I got back without event. Daddy rang up on[deleted] th Tuesday [/deleted] just to let us know he was still here. He did not ring last night.
Last night your mother rang up, it was to tell me your Uncle Cecil
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had sent over another parcel with an overcoat for me. She did not say much else. Elizabeth says William is v. well. & growing out of his clothes.
We found the toothpastes in a brass jug in the far corner of the sitting room. Also inside were, one ash [inserted] tray, [/inserted] one thimble, one reel cotton, one stick of sealing wax and several of Musies [?] bobbles. She is now playing on the concrete outside the barn while Granny gardens.
The aunts are coming Monday instead of to-day they put themselves off as John Frances is visiting them to-day, this [deleted] There [/deleted] suits us just as well too. We ate the mallard and they were very nice indeed.
With all my love darling and I do hope you will be at home and out of the Air Force by next birthday
Joyce.

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Citation

J Donaldson, “Letter to David Donaldson from his wife,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 26, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/14939.

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