Letter from Sam McCron's Widow

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Title

Letter from Sam McCron's Widow

Description

The letter to the Estates Branch of National Defence complains of items missing from Sam's personal effects - a watch, pen and pencil set and a bicycle. She expected the bicycle to be sold and the money forwarded to her.

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Date

1945-07-05

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One handwritten sheet

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EMcCronOG[Recipient]450705

Transcription

1339 Crawford Ave
Fort William Ont
July 5th/45

[Postmark]

[inserted] [underlined] McCron, [/underlined] S.L.W. [/inserted]
[inserted] R191097 [/inserted]

Dear Sir:-

I [underlined] recieved [sic] my husbands personal belongings except [/underlined] his [underlined] watch, pen [/underlined] and [underlined] pencil [/underlined] set. He also had a [underlined] bicycle. [/underlined] I would like to know why I didn’t recieve [sic] the watch & set. As for the bicycle I know it’s impossible to have it sent but it could be sold and if you would be kind to see what happened to the bicycle I would appreciate this very much. Thanking you I am

yours sincerely

Mrs. Olive McCron

Citation

Olive McCron, “Letter from Sam McCron's Widow,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 12, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/36185.

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