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Dear Gladys free pdf "As long as I have my eyes, the use of my hands, and as long as my brain still works, I'll be writing to soldiers" Gladys Osmond

About Gladys Osmond

Gilbert Penney, a retired school teacher living in Springdale, NL, has written several magazine articles and books. As a member of the Canadian Rangers, he appreciates Canada's military and has great admiration for Gladys Osmond's unwavering dedication to

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Author : Gladys Osmond
Publisher : School of Policy Studies at Queen's University
Data Published : 28 November 2008
ISBN : 155339223X
EAN : 9781553392231
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 222 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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