Trotter, Bernard Freeman, Letter, 29 March 1917

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Letter from Bernard Trotter to Frank

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Case Study: 
McMaster University’s Own Soldier Poet: Bernard Trotter
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Trotter, Bernard Freeman
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letter
Date: 
29 March 1917
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McMaster University Libraries
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Copyright, public domain: McMaster University owns the rights to the archival copy of the digital image in TIFF format.

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eng
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with Mrs. Grimshaw for chaperone. I'm sorry to hear of her accident. You or Marjorie must remember me to her and also to Kate.
I have also received Mother's of the 9th, & Father's of the 8th. It won't do you any good to worry when you see the Leicesters mentioned in the fighting news. There are ten battalions somewhere, in I should think at least half as many different divisions, which may be anywhere; so when you see the name the chances are strongly in favor of its having nothing to do with us.
You speak of Rex's going to Ottawa. Does he expect to put in some time there? I should rather imagine so, as there must be a lot of material on his subject not available elsewhere. You will miss him.