The Munro Letters 1914 - 1917 : Letters Home from the Front - World War I
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Ethel writes to her brother. She tells him about her new watch, her class at school, and what she will be telling her friends at school about the war.
Dear Gug,

It is 23 and a quarter to one. I got that letter and one from Melville at the same time so I had quite a time reading them. When I go back to school I will tell XXXX

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Amy that you often see him. You can tell him that I (I mean your sister) know Margaret (his sister). It takes me a long time to write this letter because I have my new watch here and I am always looking at it. It's exactly 10 to now.
Ding-a-ling-a-ling there goes the dinner

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bell. I will take this to school and finish it because we have more ink there. So long.
Well I have been to school two or three times but haven't taken this yet so I guess I will finish it now. Well there isn't much news only that mean Miss Brown's

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little boy was at school with her this morning. I'll finish this letter when I go to school this afternoon.

Good-bye for now I am your sister
Ethel Munro

P.S: If you see Scottie give him my best regards. Ethel.
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