Aldwinckle, Eric, Letter, 7 August 1943

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Description: 
Letter to Harry Somers

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Case Study: 
Creative Dialogue Across the Ocean: Eric Aldwinckle’s Letters to Harry Somers
Creator: 
Aldwinckle, Eric
Source: 
letter
Date: 
7 August 1943
Place: RCAF Headquarters, London
Collection/Fonds: 
Contributer: 
McMaster University Libraries
Rights: 
Copyright, public domain: McMaster University owns the rights to the archival copy of the digital image in TIFF format. Reproduced with the kind permission of Margaret Bridgman.

Identifier: 
00001574-6
Language: 
eng
Type: 
image
Format: 
jpg
Transcript: 

Questions
1. Are you playing tennis?
2. What happened to your last chess move?
3. Was my aggressive move so early in the game so discouraging?
4. Have you sold my painting?
5. How's dad?
6. Is he approving now?
7. Are you studying anything beside music?
8. Is there much cheese in the shops?
9. Do you know a four letter word beginning with trouble?
10. Do you know a three letter word?
11. Do you know anything?
12. How are you?
News
1. Mussolini constipated
2. I tasted orange juice this week
3. People revolting in Germany (yes aren't they)
4. London Theatres sold out
5. The weather is continuing.
6. General Confusion takes over Italy
7. Canada 2/5 C.C.F. and 3/5 worried.
8. I am fine thanks.
And so Farewell
Your announcer signing off, and if you get this in time --
Happy Birthday to you.
yours in harmony
Eric