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Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his mother

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his mother from a prisoner of war camp in Limburg. He writes that he has received his personal parcel from home and that it 'couldn't have been better in any way'. He also congratulates his sister on her shorthand and discusses the various family friends who have visited his home in England, asking his mother to write to those who he cannot.

Letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father

Consists of a letter from Thomas Baker Brown to his father from a prisoner of war camp in Limburg. He writes that he receives letters and parcels regularly, but some of the contents are damaged. He also asks if he may send over any reading material and asks him to pass on his thanks to those who have written to him.

Letter from George Brown to his father

Consists of a letter from George Brown to his father. He writes how pleased he is that his brother Thomas received a parcel while in a prisoner of war camp, as well as describing his own plans for coming home for a holiday.

Letter from Archibald Douglas Mason to his aunt

Consists of a letter from Archibald Douglas Mason to his aunt Jean from Bramshott Camp in Hampshire. He writes about a short holiday in Furlough, and training in long range shooting. He discusses the huts he is staying in which are 'all asbestos lined' and the rain and mud which he has to contend with. He also remarks on spending his spare time at a Y.M.C.A. and a picture house.

Letter from Archibald Douglas Mason to his cousins

Consists of a letter from Archibald Douglas Mason to his cousins Thomas and George Brown from France. He describes the shells 'bashing all around' and the tear gas in the air as he writes his letter. He also describes searching for 'souvenirs' in an old German trench and the new artillery the German side are using.

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