April 19, 1917
The following letter was received by Miss Elizabeth Cooper from France, in acknowledgment of a pair of socks sent through the Red Cross Society:
Many thanks for the socks which I received some time ago and which have afforded me much comfort. The papers at home tell you more about our movements out here than we can, so I will not take up your time going into details except to say that we are working hard and everything is going fine. We are now enjoying spring weather in spasms, after a very cold winter, although snow was preferable to mud and rain. I am with the 3rd Canadian Siege Battery. With kindest regards and again thanking you, I am, yours, —– G. N. G. HENDERSON.