Text from Postcard: Gorge of Sable River, Massey, Ont
22 September 1913
Massey, Ontario, Canada

Greater Sudbury Heritage Image Collection
Donated by Doreen Smith


Typed text from Postcards: Yard Engine, Copper Cliff & Gorge of Sable River, Massey, Ont

Copper Cliff

Sept 22nd

Dear Father + Sisters,

I hope you are all

getting along allright[sic]. I

got Hilda's letter which

she wrote at London also

the one she wrote after she came

back and I am glad she had

a good time. I guess Chrissie

is living in a nice locality

+ I suppose Hilda found

London a pretty big place.

We are having lots of

electrical storms now, had

a pretty bad one Saturday

night though on the whole

we haven't been too bad

this Summer. This is a

photo of one of our yard engines.

We have work around our

plant for over a dozen engines

like this. They are pretty

powerful engines too. I

hope that Clayworkers strike…

…is settled by this time.

Somebody will suffer if they

don't settle soon. They certainly

must have a strong Union

allright[sic]. They must have

been war allright [sic] for

the Magistrates to think of

reading the Riot Act. I see

by the papers they are having

a big time in Dublin too.

Tommy is not gone home

yet but I expect he will

go Xmas. We had the wind

up concert and the present-

-ation of the Football Cup

Saturday night + I can

tell you we had a swell

time. I am very sorry

to hear that Uncle J H is

not well yet. I do hope

it is nothing really serious.

Aunt Mary I am sure is in

an awful way. Give my

kind regards to Aunt Julia

+ all.