Letter from David Boldy to his mother

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Title

Letter from David Boldy to his mother

Description

Letter David Boldy to his mother telling her about day to day events at school.

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1931-07-12

Contributor

Eileen Reddish

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Format

One page handwritten letter

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Identifier

EBoldyDABoldyLM310712

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[inserted] loving son David [/inserted]

St. Paul’s School.
Jalapahar.
DARJEELING.
12/7/31.....1931

My darling Mummy.

Thank you for your letter and the photo which is a very nice one. We knew you at once. We played St Joseph’s yesterday only boys were [deleted] aloud [/deleted] [inserted]allowed[/inserted] to play and they beat the score being 5-0. Last night Mr. Shelveton Miss Shelveton’s brother showed us movie pictures he took in Burma and [deleted] afric [/deleted] Africa, and he showed us the Niagra [sic] falls, it was quite good. Our drawing Exam Marks are not yet settled. The weather is still bad up here. The food has become much better, and twice we ha [deleted] d [/deleted] [inserted] ve [/inserted] ve had beef stake [sic] and other nice things. We will soon be playing St.Joseph’s again and hope to beat them. I am ending now with lots of love and kisses from your

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Citation

David Boldy, “Letter from David Boldy to his mother,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 15, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/703.

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