Letter from Vera Gill to husband Ken

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Title

Letter from Vera Gill to husband Ken

Description

Writes that it was a lovely day and wished he was with her to enjoy it. Mentions recent radio news about Lancaster losses but presumes it was not him. Comments on his laundry parcel and continues with family news and gossip.

Creator

Date

1945-03-21

Temporal Coverage

Language

Format

Two page handwritten letter

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Contributor

Identifier

SGillK1438901v30071

Transcription

23, Sycamore Ave:
Halton, Leeds.
21st Mar. 45.

My darling hubby,

Isn't it a lovely day for the 1st of Spring, I wish we could be together to enjoy it. I wonder if you have been out this morning, it's just been on the 1'oclock news of course I know there are plenty more Lancaster’s besides yours' but I just wondered.

Your laundry arrived OK. & the photo which is very nice; the oranges came in the nick of time thank you. I'm taking the capsules & almost choked over the first one Derek had to have a taste & swallowed it without any fuss I think he chewed it. Who is the little girl with you on the snap? I think you must have been stood nearer the

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camera, I think it's quite good & even if you were as fat as that I would still love you the same.

Collection

Citation

V Gill, “Letter from Vera Gill to husband Ken,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed March 31, 2023, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/35729.

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