September 16, 1918

| January 30, 2012

Letter No. 18 France, September 16, 1918 Dear Folks, Just another few lines to say hello. Been very busy lately. Look back to the above date and I guess you will agree with me. Have received no late mail except a letter from Grandmaw of August 8th which came yesterday. With it was a letter […]

September 14-16, 1918

| January 27, 2012

**Journal** September 14, 1918 Explosions started again tonight at 5 P.M. Saw about 1,000 Boche prisoners today. They were taken this A.M. Cleared us today. Had two failures today, hard luck! Rumors have it we may move again. Hope not. **Journal** September 15, 1918 Sunday: Busy today with radio. Changing all generators. Push still on. […]

September 10-13, 1918

| January 25, 2012

France, September 10, 1918 Cloudy, rainy, cold, muddy and gloomy weather. Am going to get some letters answered before it clears up. Feel “bully” as usual. Lovingly, Knox. **Journal** September 11, 1918 Rain and cloudy all day long. No flights. General Pershing will inspect our field in the morning. Everything cleaned up today. Big show […]

September 8-10, 1918

| January 23, 2012

**Journal** September 8, 1918 Sunday: Wrote to Grandma. Busy part of the day. Cloudy and some showers. Am getting interested in the radio work on the Super Handley Pages. Am studying up on the D.F. and tubes in hopes something may come my way. **Journal** September 9, 1918 No flights today, rain and cloudy and […]

September 7, 1918

| January 20, 2012

Letter No. 17 France, September 7, 1918 Dear Folks, Well, I take back all that I said about the mail service, because today it treated me very good. Yours of July 14, 18, 21 and 26 all came. These were numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4, so you see they came thru O.K. Then there […]

September 6-7, 1918

| January 18, 2012

  **Journal** September 6, 1918 Busy all day on practice work. We are rehearsing the big show which will be pulled off here soon, I think. Cloudy so Boche don’t bother us now. No mail yet. Wish some would come. **Journal** September 7, 1918 Letter # 17. Busy all day. Shells dropped all around us […]

September 5, 1918

| January 16, 2012

Letter No. 16 France, September 5, 1918 Dear Folks: It is a regular winter rainy day outside and so I have very little to do. It has been partially cloudy for the last few days, and sometime during the night it began to rain. It looks like it would keep it up for a while, […]

September 2-5, 1918

| January 13, 2012

**Journal** September 2, 1918 Boche raided us last night but had poor luck. It was clear but no moon so he couldn’t locate our hangars exactly. His bombs made a lot of noise but that was all. Nothing new today. Still practicing with the 82nd Div in reglage and infantry liaison work. Cold. **Journal** September […]

September 1, 1918

| January 11, 2012

Letter No. 15 France, September 1, 1918 Sunday, 11 A.M. Dear Folks, Cloudy, cold, touch of winter in the air. I have just come up to my bunk from my receiving station out on the field where I have been copying German press for the last hour. At 11 A.M. Paris sent out the time […]

August 30-September 1, 1918

| January 9, 2012

**Journal** August 30, 1918 Spent the day up at the front with the 82nd Div artillery. We practiced several reglages again. Very nice fellows up there. The Boche shelled one of our huge dumps near here this evening and set it off. It is still burning and “popping.” **Journal** August 31, 1918 Nothing new today. […]