The Munro Letters 1914 - 1917 : Letters Home from the Front - World War I
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Bea Armstrong writes to Gordon Munro. She's sent a pair of socks that she's knit for him, and writes that she hopes he enjoys them, despite her inexperience with knitting.
My dear Gug-

I hope these socks fit- I am not very well up in the art yet. The feet look a little bit wide to me, but please don't inspect them as I am afraid they don't bear inspection.

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Tell Brock to explain something to you, as I wouldn't like you to be wasting stamps and perfectly good paper in wartime. And I'm sure Margaret wouldn't either.
As I said before, I do hope these fit-

Bea Armstrong

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