Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 262

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March is noted for the cold winds. It certain kept up its repetreputation for the first few days with wind snow etc. But lateley has been splendid of coarse there is time for it to change again but each day brings us nearer to the end of winter. I wonder how many more winters we are going to have across here well Father there is absolutely nothing to write about this time shall have to close with love &amp: best wishes
From your loving son Clyde
NB The photo arrived alright. The family group. Thanks for sending it. Am enclosing a souvenier of Ypres. Clyde

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