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  • Letter to Margaret Woodruff from her Grandmother [Julia Cleveland] 

    Cleveland, Julia (1897-04-27)
    A letter wishing Margaret Woodruff a happy first birthday from her Grandmother. The letter discusses how sweet Margaret is as a baby and looking forward to a visit in May.
  • Letter accompanied by Sketches 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    A brief note addressed "Dear Marg" discusses sketches by D. Hoyt. The noted is accompanied by the unknown author's own sketches of mice.
  • Letter from Captain P.C. Band to Margaret Woodruff 

    Band, Percy (1917-06-08)
    The letter discusses the loss of a friend "Walter" who was struck in the head with a shell "as he was leaving the trench...". He also mentions that he may be moving on to Paris or London and that he is homesick for Canada.
  • Letter from Margaret Woodruff to her Grandfather [W.K. Cleveland] 

    Woodruff, Margaret (n.d.)
    A letter from Margaret Woodruff to her Grandfather. In the letter she discusses playing baseball in the park and her dog called Eddy.
  • Letter from Percy Band to his Father 

    Band, Percy (1918-11-19)
    A letter from Percy Band to his Father, discussing his time back in Belgium. He is staying in a farm house and describes the "civilian population" as "more than kind, in fact would give you all they have got, if you would ...
  • Letter Percy Band to his Father 

    Band, Percy (1918-08-15)
    A letter from Percy Band to his father with three 2 Mark German notes. The letter reads: "My dear Father hard at it once again, so very little time for letter writing Am enclosing, some money which I got from the odd ...
  • Letter Percy Band to Margaret Woodruff 

    Band, Percy (1918-11-20)
    Letter from Percy Band in Belgium to Margaret Woodruff. The letter begins "My dear Marg, Great time, with so much talk of peace in the air."
  • Letter to Margaret Woodruff from Percy Band 

    Band, Percy (1913-07-20)
    Percy begins by saying he has tried to start the letter several times. He mentions a ride through Oakville and his Father.
  • Post Card to Mrs. Oliver Mabee 

    Band, Percy (1917-02-05)
    A post card addressed to Mrs. Oliver Mabee indicating that P.C. Band is "quite well" and has received a parcel and that a "letter follows at first opportunity". The post cards are typewritten and the sender indicates there ...
  • Postcard 

    Unknown author (1913-03)
    A small postcard with Woodruff family crest, addressed to Miss Margaret Woodruff. The reverse is a picture of a young man in military attire placed beside a cut out of a duck in military attire too. The cartoon caption ...