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Letter From Ed Wallner, Renville Star Farmer, 11-7-1918

Somewhere in England, October 11, 1918 Mr. W. A. Reid, Renville, Minn. Dear Friend Reid: It makes me blush with shame to think I did not write to you before this time. Being awful busy in military life,… Read More

Letter From Lester Smith, Renville Star Farmer, 10-17-1918

Shaubury Salop, Eng., Sept. 23, ‘18 Dear Mr. Reid: You will no doubl be surprised to hear from me, but I am going to write a little anyway. I have been pretty busy and when we are not… Read More

Letter from Joseph W Koterba, Olivia Times, 10-10-1918

England, Sept. 12, 1918 Dear Father and Mother; Will write you a few lines to let you know that I am well and hope you are all the same. I received thirteen letters yesterday, I sure was glad… Read More

Letters From the Soldier Boys Franklin Tribune September 19, 1918: Leonard Johnson Writes from France

Somewhere in England, Aug, 22, 1918 Dear brother Duffey, Will drop you a few lines and let you know that I am alright and feeling fine. We arrived here at this camp last night and rested last night… Read More

Letter from Henry Bergman, Hector Mirror, 10-31-1918

Dear parents and all: Well I am now safe in England. I arrived yesterday and I am feeling fine and dandy and I hope you all are the same. This is a nice place and our Lieutenant took… Read More

“Jerry” Stucke Writes From England, Buffalo Lake News, 10-25-1918

Somewhere in England, My Dear Folks: At last we have reached land which many of us were looking for. We were on the water a few days longer than most of them, the first five days the ocean… Read More

A Letter From England, Buffalo Lake News, 8-9-1918

Melville L. Bottomley of the U. S Air Service writes on interesting letter home. Dear Brother: I have not received any letters from you lately so am writing again. I suppose you are busy as the old time… Read More

Letter from Owen Anderson published in the Franklin Tribune on July 18, 1918

The following letter received by Mrs. Owen Anderson from her husband, a Franklin boy, will be of interest to his many friends here. We reproduced it from the Carson, North Dakota Times. Somewhere in England, June 4, 1918… Read More

Letter from Charles Jones published in the Morton Enterprise August 9, 1918

Letter from Charles Jones, Morton Enterprise, 8-9-1918 London, England June 22, 1918 Dear Mother, Thought I would write you a few lines to see how you all are. I am fine. I have just written Uncle John a… Read More

A Letter From England published by the Buffalo Lake News on August 9, 1918

Melville L. Bottomley of the U. S Air Service writes on interesting letter home. Dear Brother:             I have not received any letters from you lately so am writing again. I suppose you are busy as the old… Read More