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Arose at 8- beautiful day. Went to Cantine Anglaise at nine thirty. Cantine is run by the British branch of the French Red Cross. They giive coffee and cigarettes to the soldiers going and coming from the front and play music for the soliders in the mess room in the afternoon. Had lunch with Miss Wilford and Mrs. Anderson at the Cantine. Visited the French equipment depot where the soldiers are fitted out going and coming from the front. The Commandant was very genial and invited me to dine, and also to return and dine with them. Left on 1:20 Train and changed at Auxonne for Dole where we had nearly an hour to wait got train. Arrived back in camp about 8 o'clock. Splendid trip. Wrote Izie. Letters from G- and Izie. [can't read dea], J.H. Desmond. Papers from Rev. Hartley.
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 Library and Archives Canada, William Andrew White fonds, R15535-0-8-E, "Diary 1917" page 1917-12-06.
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