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Letter - Ted Cuffe to his Mother, June 19, 1915
A letter from Ted Cuffe to his Mother, 6 June 1915. It reads: "Dear Mother: We are now within 6 hrs. of England. We sure have had a most unpleasant voyage. It was rather rough all the time and awfully rough most of ...
Letter - Ted Cuffe to Estelle Cuffe
A letter from Ted Cuffe to his sister Estelle Cuffe on "YMCA with His Majesty's Canadian Forces on Active Service" letterhead. In the letter he writes, "Just a line to let you know I have been accepted for immediate ...
Post card from Ted Cuffe to Estelle Cuffe
A post card from Ted Cuffe to his sister Estelle Cuffe at the time of of World War I. The postcard reads "Glad you advised Mother to wait for me. Will be home Fri night or Sat. Fierce time here, but I like it. Ted"
Article - "Peace That Passeth Understanding
An article written by Estelle B. Cuffe in late 1918, following the war. She writes about "Peace on the Battlefield", "Our Boys Reprieved" and "The Men Who Shirked". Estelle concludes her article with the following "But, ...