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Letter - July 2, 1938

A letter from Harry's Seidelman's relative, [Charles] B. Dulcan, Sr. from Washington D.C., sent to Harry in response to Harry's initial inquiry about his family history. Letter is dated July 2, 1938.

Letter - June 13, 1973

Letter from [Mac McLaren], presumably a friend of Bill Seidelman, sent to Bill Seidelman thanking Bill for sending him a photograph of the "early class" at Macdonald Elementary School in Vancouver. Letter is dated June 13, 1973.

Letter - November 23, 1942

Letter sent from Harry Seidelman to "Sweetheart", presumably Harry Seidelman's wife, dated November 23, 1942. It seems, from the contents of the letters, that Harry Seidelman's wife is slowly recovering after being admitted to a hospital in Winnipeg.

Letter - October 10, 1958

Copy of a letter sent to Mr. J.S. Broadbent, General Manager of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, from Harry Seidelman, dated October 10, 1958. Harry Seidelman thanks the railway company for inviting him to be at event of the extension of the railway into the Peace River District.

Letter - October 18, 1973

Letter from the Division of Vital Statistics of the Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance, under the Health Branch of the Government of Canada. It is sent to Mrs. R. Morris of Vancouver on October 18, 1973, replying back to answer her inquiry. This letter was paper-clipped together with the marriage certificate copy of William Seidelman and Esther Pearlman.

Letter - October 29, 1936

Letter sent to Harry Seidelman from Harry Dalkin in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A., dated October 29, 1936.

A new address of "3227 Garfield Ave So." replaces the previous one in the letterhead.

Letter - September 1, 1939

Letter from Albert Hedelund of The United Grain Company in Omaha, Nebraska to Harry Seidelman in Vancouver. It is dated September 1, 1939. Letter very briefly mentions the second world war.

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