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[DECORATED NOTEPAPER with inscription]
Wind contributed by Sung Vo-Dinh of Viet-Nam to benefit UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund. Tourne-au-vent...composition offerte au Fonds des Nations Unies pour I'Enface par I'artiste vietnamien Sung Vo-Dinh. Molinete...obra de Sung Vo-Dinh de Viet-Nam. Contribucion of UNICEF, el Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancio. [Also Asian Characters--3 lines].

Feb 6 1965
To: Rev. Calvin McQuesten 'Whitehern,' Hamilton, Ontario
From: 375-11th Street, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

My Dear [Calvin].

Just thought this booklet might interest you & I'm sure you will remember quite a good many stories & illustrations. The opening of jubilee was on the T.V January 31st. So we did enjoy it. You no doubt read of it in your Eastern papers.

Don't know if I wrote since Douglas had a heart attack in September. He is getting along fairly well & back at easy work but has to retire in August as he will be 65. But thinks he can still do something & has work lined up in Calgary but didn't say what it might be, however guess it will be in the Engineering line. Hope you are well. I still get a bit of Clerking.

All my Best

Love Vera [?]

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The development of this website was directed by Mary Anderson, Ph.D. and Janelle Baldwin, M.A.
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