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Postcard from Aldo Bacci, to his father Ruggero Bacci, March 11, 1942
Postcard from Aldo Bacci, to his father Ruggero Bacci, March 11, 1942. The postcard is written in English and is sent to Petawawa Internment Camp.
Bacci's son Aldo was 15 years old when his father was interned. He had to quit high school to help support his family. When his father was released and returned home, Aldo received notice that he was conscripted into the Canadian Army; however, he did not serve overseas.
March 11, 1942
(Handwritten, pen, black ink, body text):
Dear Dad: / I have received your post card dated / Mar. 4th and I am pleased to hear that you / are well the same is of us at present. I / should have wrote you a letter last night but / since I got home so late from Band Practice that / I just droped you a few lines to let you know/ that I will wright tomorrow. Your Son. / Aldo Bacci
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