December 14, 1917, 12:30 A.M.

| February 28, 2011

New York City, December 14, 1917, 12:30 A.M. Waiting at Jersey City Station for train. Saw good show. Snowing hard and heavy wind. Raw! Snow one half foot deep. Bidding goodbye to New York City now. K.W.N. Philadelphia, Friday, December 14, 1917, 8 A.M. Train six hours late due to snowstorm. Great place here. Quaint […]

December 13, 1917, 7:00 P.M.

| February 25, 2011

National Service Home Club No.3 17 East 41st Street, Near Grand Central Station New York City Telephone Murray Hill 5724. Thursday, December 13, 1917, 7 P.M. Dear Folks: Ten of us radio men came over from the Fort on the 2:30 boat. We are bound for College Park, Md. We will be at the State […]

December 13, 1917

| February 23, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. Thursday Noon, December 13, 1917. Dear Folks: Received our orders at 10:30 to pack up. Just had lunch and we are leaving for Co1lege Park, Md. We are going to the State Agricultural College to the radio school. It is a few miles from Washington, D.C. a ten cent ride on a […]

December 11, 1917, 4:00 P.M.

| February 21, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. Tuesday, December 11, 1917, 4 P.M. Dear Maw and Paw: Your letter of December 5th from San Francisco came this morning. Was glad to get it. It takes about five days for the mail to make the trip. Thanks for the $10. It will come in handy here, because we are so […]

December 10, 1917

| February 18, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. Monday, December 10, 1917 Dear Maw and Paw: Wish you were here today to see some real winter weather. The temperature was down to zero this morning and of course everything was frozen up tight. It snowed again last night but did not rain afterwards, so this morning it was banked up […]

December 9, 1917, 8:00P.M.

| February 16, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. Sunday, December 9, 1917, 8 P.M. Maw and Paw: The whole outfit here has been at work for the last week. We have had absolutely no time off except for hours to sleep. We finished tonight and now we are going to “hit the hay”. The storm that hit Halifax during that […]

December 9, 1917

| February 14, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. Sunday, December 9, 1917. Dear Folks: Very busy. Have been for the last week. Haven’t time to write now. Just a line to let you know I am still in New York. Eight of us are going to move Tuesday. We are all radio and are going to Virginia, I think. We […]

December 4, 1917, 7:30 P.M.

| February 11, 2011

Ft.Wood, N.Y. Tuesday, December 4, 1917, 7:30 P.M. Dear Maw and Paw: Received your letters this A.M. and was mighty glad to get them. I read them a dozen times. Also received the one from Camp Lewis. Was very much surprised and sorry to hear of Uncle A.D.’s death. It will seem strange not to […]

December 2, 1917, 8 A.M.

| February 9, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. December 2, 1917. Sunday, 8A.M. Dear Maw and Paw: Another week gone. Time goes pretty fast in the army. A week ago last night I left Tacoma. Quite a change in a week. I like it better here all the time. It is different from a regular army camp. It is more […]

November 30, 1917, 7 P.M.

| February 7, 2011

Ft. Wood, N.Y. Friday, November 30, 1917, 7 P.M. Dear Folks: Just a line. We have finished supper and most of us are sitting around in the classroom writing and reading. This is a great place. It is certain we won’t be here long. We will wait till all the radio men get here and […]