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Letter to William Clarke from Bernard Mason
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Letter to William Clarke from Bernard Mason


This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for a number of years, from his Uncle Bernard who is living in Sheffield, England with his Auntie Ada, and cousins and Bernard and Georgie. Pages are missing from this letter, so his writings are incomplete. He tries to update William about the doings of his relatives back in England. He also says they would like to come to Canada if William can get them a farming job. If William is able to write back soon, they can arrange to come and they will bring Florence with them. Uncle Bernard mentions that they wish to come as there will be better future prospects for George and Bernard when they grow up rather than in Sheffield.