Decemner 17, 1918

| May 2, 2012

Letter No. 30 Trier, Germany, December 17, 1918 Dear Folks, We have had a man out in a machine scouting for our mail for the last week. Today he came back successful, having located three sacks of it. Out of the lot I gathered in eleven, and I’ll guarantee no other eleven were more welcome. […]

November 25-28, 1918

| April 13, 2012

**Journal** November 25, 1918 Rain all day—much mud. Had a chance to be relieved today and go home; but turned it down. This is the capping climax of our experience over here and I want to see it thru. Don’t know when we move again. Very comfortable here. **Journal** November 26, 1918 Put in application […]

October 18, 1918

| March 5, 2012

Letter No. 23 France, October 18, 1918 Dear Folks: Just a few lines before going to bed. We are getting along O.K. in the same position we were in when I last wrote. Winter has set in for sure. It has been cloudy, foggy, and rainy for the last week. The mud has consequently been […]

October 16-18, 1918

| March 2, 2012

**Journal** October 16, 1918 Rain all day. No flights. Received two letters, Aug. 1 and 15. Looks like war will continue, hope it does if Boche doesn’t surrender unconditionally. These are dull days.   **Journal** October 17 Nothing doing today. Rain and cloudy all day. Played cards all morning and walked up to Remicourt and […]

October 12, 1918

| February 27, 2012

**Journal** October 12, 1918 Rain all day, no flights. Fine news from the British front. Sent home an Xmas coupon so I can get a box. Received a letter from Henry Hildreth from Paris. He was leaving for Italy. France, October 12, 1918 Dear Folks, I am enclosing a coupon for a “Christmas Box.” They […]

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 […]

October 2, 1918

| February 17, 2012

October 2, 5 P.M. I was interrupted the other evening and had to stop short. Two very busy days have passed since, yesterday and today. We were up this morning at 5:30; and, say, if you don’t think it was cold. Several radiators on our trucks froze up. Believe me, the nice warm bed feels […]

September 26-30, 1918

| February 10, 2012

**Journal** September 26, 1918 The attack started this A.M. at 5:45. We were kept busy all day. Quite a gain was made west of Verdon. It will continue tomorrow. It was a little foggy this A.M., but it soon cleared up and we had beautiful weather. The 91st is in the fight up here now. […]