Letter to Pat Hogan from Mrs Margaret Farr

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Letter to Pat Hogan from Mrs Margaret Farr

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Writes that she was thrilled to meet him and read his letters. One of the girls who wrote to him was a friend of hers although they had now lost touch. She hoped that he would come back to England but that meeting people who's lives had been saved by their parachutes made them realise how important their jobs were.

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1986-06-11

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One page handwritten letter

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IBCC Digital Archive

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EFarrMAHoganPJ860611

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“Rafters”

11-6-86

Dear Pat,

I thought I would write to you and let you know, that I was thrilled to meet you, and read your letters, Kath Jennings one of the girls, who wrote to you during the war, was a close friend of mine, she was very kind to me, when I joined G.Q. in August 1956 unfortunately I lost touch with her after she retired and left Woking.

Perhaps you will manage to come back to England again one day, meeting you and other people who have had their lives saved by using our parachutes make us realise just how important our jobs are.

If you want to keep in touch I would like to hear from you.

Yours sincerely,
Margaret A. Farr (MRS)

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M A Carr, “Letter to Pat Hogan from Mrs Margaret Farr,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 6, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/31997.

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