Feature Letter of :

July 06, 2015

Albert Henry Fereday

July 6, 1918

My dearest mother,

It is very pleasant to think that you are at the present moment enjoying a short holiday down at Westcliff. I had such a splendid post today - I feel quite excited. First of all your letter written last Sunday evening, June 30th - a batch of papers from the [?] Institute! - a postcard from Uncle Geo - a parcel from you containing a clean shirt, handkerchief, writing pad and envelopes, coffee and tin of sulphur - your letter dated 1 July and Walter's note. Let me hasten to thank you ever so much indeed for the trouble you have taken over me during last weekend; your letters especially have cheered me up a good deal.