1919 (Apr 21) Plain envelope to 3328532 L/Cpl Greatorex, A Coy, 259 Canadian Regt., C.E.F. in Siberia bearing GV 1d tied Luton date stamp & with violet framed UNDELIVERED FOR EASON STATED / RETURN TO SENDER & Pointing Finger RETURNED / TO SENDER / MD.2 & red ink M.D.2. Toronto, address scribbled through & Luton inserted with on reverse a further RTS M.D.2. finger pointing to origin address plus violet ribbed oval RETURNED OVERSEAS / MAIL DEPT. / JUL 14 1919 / M.D. No. 11 / VANCOUVER. B.C. & Toronto Ont / Sub. Post Office X dated 21 Jul 1919 cds of Despatch…………..259th Canadian Infantry Regt. embarked in two batches on 22 & 26 Dec 1918 on S.S. Teesta & S.S. Protesilaus bound for Vladivostok & arriving 12 & 15 Jan 1919. An interesting general history of the Canadians contingents in Siberia can be found at https://legionmagazine.com/en/2019/02/fiasco-in-siberia/ …. Elements of the Canadian contingents started to leave Siberia on 21 April 1919 ironically the date this letter was posted..