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Letter from Carl Hurtig, Olivia Times, 12-26-1918

The Buffalo Lake News received the following letter last week from Carl Hurtig who has been in active service in France for several months. November 4th, 1918 Dear Mr. Foster: You will probably be surprised to hear from… Read More

Letter from James Stadther, Olivia Times, 12-26-1918

Paris, November 19, 1918 My Dear Sister: How is everybody getting along at home? Fine, I hope I am still here in the hospital and am getting along fine, the wound on my left should is all healed… Read More

Letter From F G Kohler, Hector Mirror, 12-26-1919

Camp Custer, Mich., Dec. 15, 1918 Dear Folks: Rather a lonesome morning. I am on duty until one o’clock but not much doing, as only of part of the sick and wounded……. It is very interesting to converse… Read More

Letter from Dr Harley McLaren, Hector Mirror, 12-26-1918

France, Nov. 25, 1918, W. J. Hager and Wife, Dear Friends: It’s nearing Thanksgiving time and I wish I could run in and eat a leg off your Turkey on Thursday but guess I will eat hard tack… Read More

Letter from Jay Leasman, Hector Mirror, 12-26-1918

Nov. 20, 1918 Dear Mother: This is my first chance to write for some time owing to scarcity of writing material, also that we have been moving considerably. We are quartered in an old German village which was… Read More

Letter from Florense Grimes, Franklin Tribune, 12-25-1918

Saumur, France, November 24, 1918 Dear Dad, Well, dad, I’m going to open up and tell some of my experiences in the A.E.F. and the trip across Powder River. We have been given the privilege to do so…. Read More

Letter from Alma Kienlen, Fairfax Standard, 12-26-1918

Darling mother: Several days have slipped by and I haven’t written any letters. Have been waiting to hear from you. Received your letter yesterday written Oct. 8th, so guess I’m getting my mail a bit more regular. Hope… Read More

Letter from Frank B Marlowe, Fairfax Standard, 12-26-1918

A.P.O. St. Aignan, France, Nov. 25, 1918 Friend Bob: Will drop you a few lines to let you know that I am still alive and feeling fine and hope you are the same. Well, how is everyone in… Read More

Letter from Reuben Arthur Pfettscher, Olivia Times, 12-12-1918

Somewhere in France, October 20, 1918 Dear Cousin and Folks: I must drop you a few lines to let you know I am up and around once again, which is sure a great treat after being laid up… Read More

Letter from Frank Williams, Renville Star Farmer, 12-12-1918

Oct. 26th, 1918 My Dear Folks; I sure have thought of home a lot the last few weeks. Wonder how you all are at home. I am real well and never felt better in my life and today… Read More