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Date: January 21st 1916
Harold Dean

[Note: The date is January 21th, 1916 – Dean continued to write the previous years date of “15” throughout most of January 1916.]

January 21/15

Dear Mother

Well we are in New Brunswick. Just after dinner today we were marched out for exercise at Campbellton N.B. The military band from there headed the march and rendered us a few tunes It is not cold here to what we have had it on the prairie. We went out today without our great coats and were quite warm. Our orders at present are to sail Saturday, tomorrow. We did not get a chance to see Montreal at all. We were switched from the C.P.R. to the Grand Trunk about 5 miles out. We came in to the Grand Trunk yards and were switched to the Intercolonial. We could get out for a few minutes

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