Letter to Thomas Joseph Carbone from Department of National Defence re: release, Nov. 1940
This is a one page typed letter to Thomas (Tom) Joseph Carbone from the Department of National Defence, dated Nov. 19, 1940.
The letter informs Tom that the Commandant of Camp Petawawa has received authority for his release. Also outlined are instructions of his return trip home: he is provided with a railway ticket to Timmins, departing Petawawa CPR Station at 1:20am S.T. the next day, and that upon arrival he is to register at his nearest Post Office.
Tom and his family lived in Timmins when World War II broke out. He was one of many arrested on June 10, 1940 and interned at remote camps across Canada.