March 15-18, 1919

Posted By on August 1, 2012

World War One Letters Blog

**Journal**
March 15, 1919
Sea smooth today but a little head wind which is holding us up a little. Expect to reach land by Tuesday. Feel OK.

World War One Letters Blog

**Journal**
March 16, 1919
Sunday: Fine weather. Expect to reach Delaware Breakwater tomorrow noon. Will probably search Philadelphia Tuesday AM. Feel OK and eating all I can get ahold of.

World War One Letters Blog

**Journal**
March 17, 1919
Smooth sea! Wonderful day. Sighted land at 11:45. Looked mighty good. Pilot came aboard and took us up the river. Anchored off quarantined until morning. Too late for inspection.

World War One Letters Blog

**Journal**
March 18, 1919
Camp Dix: Arrived Philadelphia at 2 PM. Sent telegrams home. Came down here at 4 PM. Have now made out papers for discharge. Expect to leave tomorrow for Philadelphia and them HOME.


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