January 9, 1919

| May 30, 2012

Tours, France, January 9, 1919 Thursday, 7:45 P.M. Dear Folks: Rainy. Well, I’m on my way home now! The conference was finished at noon today, having run for three and a half days. It was a busy time for all of us, as it started at 9 A.M. and wrangled along until 6:30 in the […]

October 29, 1918

| March 19, 2012

**Journal** October 29, 1918 Letter 26. Wonderful day. Just like a summer day. Warm and clear. Flying all day long. Attack is brewing up here at Verdon. Fresh rumors of Austria quitting. We are anxious to see the papers. Received three letters, one from Modesto, Aunt Karrie and Aura in N.Y. Letter No. 26 France, […]

October 25, 1918

| March 14, 2012

**Journal** October 25, 1918 Letter 25. Received 18 letters today. They were all June and July mail that had been held up. Was mighty glad to get them. Went down to Bar-le-Duc for a bath today. Big push is on us by Grandpre. The Boche are resisting strongly here. Letter No. 25 France, October 25, […]

October 11, 1918

| February 24, 2012

Letter No. 22 France, October 11, 1918 Dear Folks, Received your letter 14 about a week ago. Those between 4 and 14 excepting No. 8 are still missing. They will turn up soon I guess. The mail has been coming rather hit and miss for the last month. The Republicans don’t seem to be able […]