Love your letters

William Fernie
William Fernie's handwritten letters mailed to his sister in England during the late 1800's are now on display at the Fernie Museum.
— image credit: Tamara Hynd

Letters form words, words form sentences, sentences can turn to expression, ideas, thoughts, opinions, which can then be sent in a letter. We appreciate your comments on our web page, Facebook and Twitter. We love hearing from you.

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