Series 2 Jack McNaughton part 1

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October 12, 1915 pg1
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October 12, 1915 pg1

GRAND TRUNK ELEVATOR, WINDMILL POINT. MONTREAL. [image-coloured postcard of the industrial portion of Montreal near the bottom of the Lachine Canal featuring the Grand Trunk grain elevator. A number of barges in the lower portion of the card.]

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October 12, 1915 pg2
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October 12, 1915 pg2

[postmark] Montreal, PQ Oct 13 9:30 am 1915

[Left side of postcard] 10/12/15 Dear Sis:- Am leaving here Friday to enlist for the war so when you write address 40 Cayuga St Bford. Am beginning to think you must be out of stamps. Hope you are better acquainted with the town + like it better. xxx Bro Jack

[Right side of postcard] Miss N. McNaughton 400 Forest Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.

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July 10, 1916 pg1
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July 10, 1916 pg1

[Postcard - Coloured Countryside scene, green forest, blue river, blue sky, fluffy clouds] Greetings from [bold]135th. Battalion C.E.F.[/bold]

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July 10, 1916 pg2
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July 10, 1916 pg2

[left column] [along left edge, at right angle] Ser. 980-24 Des. Landscapes Ser.[/along left edge, at right angle] Camp Borden, July 10, 1916 (Will write a letter soon.) [For Correspondence] Hello Sis: Just a line to let you know that I am O.K. This is sure some camp. It reminded me of British Columbia only there are no mountains. Sand, Sand everywhere. Thirty six Battallions here now. We all paraded this forenoon. Had to march from 2 to 3 miles to the parade grounds. Everyplace is out of bounds

[right column] [address] Miss Netta McNaughton R.R. #1 Granton Ont [/address]

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August 23, 1916 pg1
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August 23, 1916 pg1

[Postcard. Image of meadow with trees and shrubs. Set of 2-story buildings in background.] Hindhead, Bramshott Chase

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