Letter from Ruggero Bacci, to his wife Minnie Bacci, March 2, 1943
Letter from Ruggero Bacci, to his wife Minnie Bacci, March 2, 1943. The letter is typewritten in Italian on standard issue paper and is sent from Fredericton Internment Camp.
In the letter Bacci reports that the group hearing the objections to internment had not been present at camp since February 5th. Of the four Italian Canadians remaining from Toronto, he notes that three are not citizens (naturalized British subjects). He asks his wife to remain patient, and to also obtain work reference and referral letters for him, one copy of which should be sent to the authorities. He also asks that his children write in a timely and regular fashion, as he fears for their health when there is a delay. He notes his stomach condition is improved. He also send greetings and thanks to Primo and his other friends. It is likely this is the same Primo Danesi, who sent a letter to Bacci in camp (see LICEA2012.0002.0015).