A great feast of letters reached me yesterday -- Marjorie's of March 16, Frances's of the 18th, Father's of the 19th, yours of the 22nd; also one from Rex at Ottawa; and one from Dorothy Harrington accompanied by a box of toffee. The little parcel from the church came to-day.
Marjorie's news budget was full of interest as usual. I see the Chairman of the music committee still finds scope for his tact and patience, and will, I expect, to the end of the story.
Trotter, Bernard Freeman, Letter, 21 April 1917