Volume 2: Letters written on active service, M-W, 1914-1919 - Page 447

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[Message side of the postcard on the previous page]
My Dear Dr. & Mrs Dunlop

Only 2 hours ago I rec'd your usually kind letter. This only a "Whiz-Bang" (The term was originally used to describe the shell of a high velocity field gun) to say, "All's Well and to give you a sample of the work of a French, Oliver Godfrey, I happened to meet once! It was 2 months before I could get to him again. The horse I am riding was brought from Sydney in 1914 by my late Colonel & its main value consists, after 2½ years service, in being an old friend. It was really for the remembrance of my old nag that I faced the camera. Will write to you, more fully later on.

Best of Wishes Clem

[Written sideways on the left:] Don Dunlop 9.8.32

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