|Title||Letter from Victor Tranter to mother|
|Dates of Creation||April 4, 1914|
|Creator||Tranter, William Victor|
This item is the first of four letters in this collection written by William Victor Tranter while serving in the military with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force during the First World War.
The letter is written in black ink and addressed to his mother. In it, he mentions Easter Sunday Service in a barn with 400 other men singing hymns to the mouth organ. He makes mention of Alex Scubby and Limpy Robertson, Pete Robertson's brother.
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TRANSCRIPTION of W. Victor Tranter Letters, A967.052
|Collection||Tranter family fonds|
|Physical Description||1 p.|
First World War
Tranter, Victor (William Victor)
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