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Date: June 11th 1917
Gladys Hornibrook
Harold Hamilton

Some where in France
June 11th/17

Dear glady

Just a few lines to let you know I recieved your letter O.K. and was pleased to hear from you and glad to hear you were all well as this leaves me at present. You were saying a bunch of the boys at the mill jumped the job perhaps they are getting the notion that they should come and help their chums in France. I saw Joe twice since I came over here and he is looking fine I asked him if he had heard from you lately and he said he had a couple of letters a few days ago. I was going over to see Billy Harold but he had left the place where they were but I am going to try and find him one of these days I saw some of the boys that saw him. Are you still going to school in sundridge yet. Try and keep my address. Well I must close for this time so bye bye I remain as ever

Harold H

write soon.

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