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Letter from Claude Smith, Morton Enterprise, December 20, 1918

U.S.S. Texas, Nov. 24, 1918 Dear Sister: Well, I thought I would drop you a few lines tonight being it is Sunday. Censorship is lifted now so a person can write a decent letter. I am well and… Read More

Letter From Alfred Buckley, Renville County Journal, 12-5-1918

Wm Buckley Recently Received the Following Interesting Letter from his Brother Alfred. U. S. S. C. 128, an Italian Port, Oct. 4, 1918Dear Brother:Received your letter dated Sept. 2, sure glad to hear from you.We are out on… Read More

Letter from Albert Martinson, Renville County Journal, 11-15-1918

A Sailor’s Letter: Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 3, 1918 Dear Friend Emil: Well how are you stacking up these cold days? How is the old party making it? Say in case it’s not too late send me a little… Read More

Service Flag has Six Stars Morton Enterprise 10-25-1918

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Daun of Birch Cooley are the proud possessors of a service flag, which has upon it six blue stars, signifying that they have six sons in the service of Uncle Sam. We very much… Read More

Elmer Anderson Writes from France Franklin Tribune 10-3-1918

S.S. Ampetco, N.Y. Sept. 16,, 1918 Dear Sister, Am well and hope you are the same. Well, what are you doing now days? I suppose you are real busy getting ready for winter. I am now in the… Read More