November 29, 1917, 9:00A.M.

| January 31, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. November 29, 1917, 9:00 A.M. Address Fort Woods New York City New York Radio Division Dear Maw and Paw: Well, I’m here. Had a fine trip from Camp Lewis and enjoyed every minute of it. The train arrived in New York at the Grand Central Depot this morning at 7 o’clock. It […]

November 27, 1917, 6:50P.M.

| January 28, 2011

Milwaukee, November 27, 1917, 6:50 P.M. Will arrive in Chicago in three hours. Having “bully” time. Lots of snow and quite cold. Will tell Broadway hello for you when I get to N.Y. Having plenty to eat and plenty to see. Will describe the trip later. K. W. U. Tuesday, November 27, 1917, 8:00 P.M. […]

November 26, 1917, 10:00A.M.

| January 26, 2011

Miles City, Mont. Monday 10 A.M. November 26, 1917. Just had fine breakfast. Passing thru “bad lands” now. Awful looking country. A grasshopper wouldn’t live here. Feel fine and greatly enjoying the trip. I’m pretty lucky, eh! Knox. Beach, N.D. Monday 1:30 P.M. November 26, 1917. Fine trip so far. Some snow on ground. Feel […]

November 25, 1917m,, 10:00A.M.

| January 24, 2011

Sand Point, Idaho, Sunday, November 25, 1917 10 A.M. Fine trip so far. Going straight thru to Chicago on this train. Had fine hot cakes in diner this morning. Major General Greene is on board. Great life! Knox. Sunday, November 25, 1917, 7:30 P.M. Dear Maw and Paw: We are about two hours ride from […]

November 24, 1917, 6:00P.M.

| January 21, 2011

Tacoma, Washington November 24, 1917, 6:00P.M. Dear Maw and Paw: I am at the Northwestern depot now waiting for the 7 o’clock eastern train to take me on the longest trip I ever had. I have my ticket and berth reservation in my pocket and $25.00 in cash, so I’m fixed O K. This morning […]

November 24, 1917, 9:30A.M.

| January 19, 2011

Camp Lewis Saturday 9:30, November 24, 1917. Dear Folks: Well, what do you think? We were having inspection this A.M. and in the middle of it the Lieut. called my name out to report at the office immediately. I fell out and reported and what do you think they told me? That I was to […]

November 24, 1917

| January 17, 2011

Western Union Telegram. Camp Lewis, Washington 1115A November 24, 1917 W. J. Nicholson, 1534 Scenic Ave Berkeley Calif Leaving for New York City alone. Radio work. Letter follows. Knox 1133A

November 22, 1917

| January 14, 2011

Camp Lewis, Thursday 5 P.M. November 22,1917. Dear Maw and Paw: Received your letters 0 K, one yesterday and one today. Also got one from Aunt Emma this morning. We have had another full day and now we are all pretty tired. We just came in from retreat and are waiting for mess call. Retreat […]

November 21, 1917, 1:30P.M.

| January 12, 2011

Camp Lewis, November 21, 1917. Wednesday, 1:30 P.M. Dear Maw and Paw. We have this afternoon off, so before starting in to clean my Enfield, will write you a letter. Yours came 0 K, one yesterday and one today. Yes, it will seem good to be a civilian once again, but first we have a […]

November 17, 1917, 5P.M.

| January 10, 2011

Camp Lewis, Monday, November 19, 1917, 5 P.M. Dear Maw and Paw: Just came in from a full day’s drill and found your letter here waiting for me, which I was mighty glad to get. We are still at Camp Lewis. No one knows when we will move. It is certain that it won’t be […]