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Letter from one pilot to another. Envelope is from King Edward Hotel in downtown Toronto Ontario. Title on front, nice colour illustrated back. Letter inside is written on Hotel letterhead.
Clyde Tite Leaside Camp R.F.C. (Royal Flying Corps) Toronto Canada
Envelope tattered along edges, but image in good shape.
Alfred Clyde Tite was born in 1892, single, and lived in Edmonton. He was a carpenter by trade. He enlisted in June 1917 in Vancouver. Appointed to Royal Flying Corps 14/8/17, then to R.A.F. on 1/7/18, discharged from 44th Wing (North Toronto) on 8/1/19. He never left Canada.
(Records on FindMyPast)
The Royal Flying Corps Canada was established by the RFC in 1917 to train aircrew in Canada. Air Stations were established in southern Ontario at the following locations: