I received your letter a few days ago and I was glad to get a letter from home.
I am fine and dandy. Hope these lines will find you all the same.
What are you all doing at home? I am working on the railroad now. Since the war is over us fellows have to work on the work they give us. I suppose Frank is working all the time too.
Yes, I am happy because I can come home pretty soon. What are Uncle and Aunt doing? Is Stella home?
Well, the weather sure is fine here. As I can’t think of anything more will tell you all when I get home.
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I remain your loving son,
Private Lewis Devorak, Co. F 2nd Bt, 22 Engineers, A.E.F.
Editor’s Note: We do not have a photograph of Lewis Dvorak.