Stanley Meets Thessalon Boys - March 24, 1943


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STANLY MEETS THESSALON BOYS

England March 24, 1943

Dear Mr. Hurn:

Just a few lines to let you know that I have been receiving the Advocate for some time now. I just got four yesterday and I usually read every word in it. Its sure good to get the paper to find out what the folks back in the Old Home Town are doing and I always pass it on to the other boys from Thessajon that are in the Regiment.

I haven't met many of the boys here yet. although I did meet Wilbert Purdy in January but I couldn't say where and I have had several letters from Joe Giasson and Cuthbert Banks.

I like England very much and I was to London on my last leave, and hope to go to Bristol on my next leave which comes due very soon.

Thanking you again for the paper. Best of luck to you, and friends in Thessalon.

Sincerely,

Stan. OLMSTEAD.

B-111029 Pte. Stan Olmstead,

Support Co.. 6th Platoon, R.H.L.I

Canadian Army Overseas.


Creator:
Stanley Olmstead, Correspondent
Media Type:
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Item Type:
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Description:
This short clipping is a reprint of a letter sent home from overseas to the editor of the local hometown paper The Advance. The writer Stanley Olmstead describes ho he has been receiving the local paper and who he has seen or been in contact with from his local area.

A photo accompanies the article.
Date of Original:
March 24, 1943
Subject(s):
Collection:
Local History
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Huron Shores Municipal Offices-Huron Shores Museum
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc [more details]
Contact
Huron Shores Museum
Email
Agency street/mail address

1 James St. P.O. Box 460

Iron Bridge, ON P0R 1H0

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Stanley Meets Thessalon Boys - March 24, 1943


This short clipping is a reprint of a letter sent home from overseas to the editor of the local hometown paper The Advance. The writer Stanley Olmstead describes ho he has been receiving the local paper and who he has seen or been in contact with from his local area.

A photo accompanies the article.