Letter from Ursula Valentine to her husband John Valentin

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Title

Letter from Ursula Valentine to her husband John Valentin

Description

She writes about her chores and her cousin becoming a Sergeant.

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1941-11-03

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Two page handwritten letter

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EValentineUMValentineJRM411103

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[underlined] No 2 [/underlined]
Lido
Monday 3rd Nov.
My darling,
There’s positively nothing to report today. I had breakfast with Ba this morning at 6.30 am (I still in bed) & soon after arose & did a large wash before bathing Frances. I’m just going to take her to the chemist now to be weighed.
Florence has joined my Savings Group – quite willingly.
I had a letter from cousin Les, now
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now promoted to Sergeant. There is no immediate fear of his visiting us.
I hope you received the £1 safely in my yesterday’s letter.
It seems awful that I probably shan’t hear from you till Wednesday. Still I’m hoping that you may have some news by then. Hope you got over to P.M. yesterday.
All my love to you, my dearest one. Your daughter is wailing & I must take her down town.
Yours always
Ursula.

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Citation

U M Valentine, “Letter from Ursula Valentine to her husband John Valentin,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 17, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/19659.

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