Letter to Sister Taffy Evans from 2nd Lieutenant Harold Ebsworth of the 3rd Battalion of the 'Welch' (Welsh) Regiment from Redcar, Yorks 27 Aug 1918. He was one of Sister Taffy's ex-patient admirers.

Ebsworth writes that he had dinner at the Officers club the previous week and 'kept thinking how complete the picture would have been with you on the opposite side of the table.' He tells her to 'buck up and come on leave' and offers to send her any books she would like to read.

Sent to Nurse Taffy Evans at the Western Front, World War I.

Nurse J. (Taffy) Evans worked at several hospitals in England, France and Belgium during World War I. Her documents mention King George Hospital in London; Number 2 London General Hospital, Chelsea; Number 30 General Hospital, Calais, France; 52nd General Hospital; and 52nd Stationary Hospital, Havre, France (Ward C). Nurse Evans left London for service in France on 23 April 1917, and probably remained in Europe until the end of the War.

Physical Description

Letter handwritten in black ink on both sides of a sheet of paper. Printed Welch Regiment letterhead and emblem on one side of page.

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