Bailey, W., Letter, 27 February 1918

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Letter to Mrs. E. Bailey from W. Bailey

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Case Study: 
British Forces in the Middle East
Creator: 
Bailey, W.
Source: 
letter
Date: 
27 February 1918
Place: Palestine
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Contributer: 
McMaster University Libraries
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Copyright, public domain: McMaster University owns the rights to the archival copy of the digital image in TIFF format.

Identifier: 
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Language: 
eng
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Transcript: 

newspaper for ages. Suppose you are keeping all the reports about our doings for me. Some of the others show them to me sometimes. How are things at home? We heard that everything is being rationed, how do they do it & what do you get? Some men have just come to us from England & say things are not nearly so bad as made out to be. Is that right? We don't get any meat now, do you?
I was in Jordan valley the other day. It's quite hot down there & very unhealthy about Jericho. There are swarms of flies. It's horrible.
Have you heard from Harry lately? Is he alright? What are [?] doing now? Earning enough to keep the whole of us now I suppose. You should be pretty well off now. I am bankrupt at present waiting to hear that you have arranged my money affairs so that I can become solvent. How is the property? If any of