Somewhere in France, Oct. 22, 1918
Dear sister Bertha,
I am receiving your letters right along now and just so they keep coming I will be all right. Your last letter which I received was dated Sept. 25th. It sure seems nice to get them, after being without so long.
Haven’t had much time to write lately, as I have been so busy. Had to run a motorcycle the last three or four days for a captain with a side car. Drove it in the rain one day, almost all day long, and believe me I was wet that night. It has been raining every day here for a long time.
I am well and feeling fine every day. This letter isn’t very long, but will write again in a few days.
Your brother, Albert. C.W.S. 28th Div. Hdq. APO 744 A.E.F.