Letter from Mrs. R.H. Whitfield, June 24th 1943

“I am most anxious to get any word of these foks dear to me.”

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2269 View Mont Way
Seattle-99, Wash.

Mrs. Elvita Brewster
1201 Harbor Ave. S.W.
Seattle, Washington.

Dear Mrs. Brewster:

I would appreciate it very much if you have ever received or ever do receive a message from the folowing persons who are now at Santo Tomas, Manila.

Mr. Norma C. Whitfield- logging engineer, formerly connected with Batong Buhay GOld Mines, above Baguio. Or his wife Mrs. Evelyn Whitfield- known to be in the camp.
Mr. W.W. Harris - Sr. know to be a “Parolee” living in his home in Manila but formerly at the camp.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Murray Crosby (Mable) formerly with Penguet Mining Co. - Manila.
Helen Burke, of the High Commissioner Office- Manila.

Manila was my home from 1916 to November, 1941 and naturally I am most anxious to get any word of these foks dear to me.

I do appreciate any word you may have or will receive from them.

Most sincerely,

(Mrs) R.H. Whitfield.

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