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Letter to William Clarke from Uncle Jack and Aunt Ethel
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Letter to William Clarke from Uncle Jack and Aunt Ethel

This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for two years, from his uncle Jack, Aunt Ethel, and cousin Ethel back in Sheffield. Uncle Jack says that their family is doing well and was excited to receive William's letter. He mentions that Florence has grown into a fine young lady, but he has not seen his younger sisters. He also mentions that he is thankfully working in a building line at the present, while there are 30,000 men out of work in Sheffield. He is pleased to hear that William has a good place. Two pages, one envelope. Dated February 2, but correctly dated to March 9th of 1928.