Letter to David Donaldson from his wife

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Title

Letter to David Donaldson from his wife

Description

Writes of articles she is sending him. Thanks him for bicycle lamps. Catches up with family news.

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944

Contributor

Frances Grundy

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Format

Three page handwritten letter

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DANESHILL FARMHOUSE,
OXSHOTT,
SURREY.
10th March.
Dear David,
I am posting back your scarf as I think perhaps you will need it and I shall not be able to send the trousers back for ten days or a fortnight as I am going to send them to the laundry for you. Thank you for the bicycle lamps that came as well. I will keep them for you as we rarely bicycle in the black out.
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your mother has just rung up she said the snaps have come out very well and she will send you copies in due course. She said they were both well. She has heard from Ian who she thinks [deleted] at [/deleted] is [deleted I [/deleted] waiting to come home. Norman had written. I imagine from what she told me he is at Army Co-op [?] Cmd. As he is surrounded [deleted] by [/deleted] he says lovely W.A.A.F. Who he has to call Maam and from the Postal address I deduced it was A.C. Cmd[?] . I was [deleted] am [/deleted] [inserted] was [/inserted] told when in the WAAF by my friends that it is a sumptuous block of
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flats [deleted] whith [/deleted] with H & C in every room also central heating.
Frances is very well & eating lots, her teeth bother her quite a bit.
Not much else of importance has occurred I hope your boil is quite better and that you are allright and found the place still there when you returned.
I am sorry about the writing but I am very sleepy as it is past my bed time so must close.
With all my love darling
from
Joyce

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Citation

J Donaldson, “Letter to David Donaldson from his wife,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 17, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/14944.

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