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3 November1918
exact date of 03 of November 1918
day of the month 03 November 1918
calendar day - 11 of November year - 1918
month of Novemberdecade of the 1910s.
1900s century

To: Mrs. D.H. Driscoll
259 Kaufman Avenue, Dubuque, Iowa, U.S.A.

From: Private Lewis Driscoll Battery B; 72 Artillery C.U.C, American Expeditionary Forces


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Dear Mother Dad

Well yesterday I was sure showered with mail Six letters including your letter and card also card from Dad A letter from Sister also one form Miss Pier and one from Waterloo Guess I will keep rather busy trying to find news of interest to write I sure was pleased to hear from Sister And the cards of Kathes you well certainly find

Will be nice seems to carry around in ones pocket I am glad to hear that my allotment money has reached home When I hit the States which we all hope will be soon I am going to have a good uniform made

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few dollars Because it might be a loing time before we are muddled out Here I am talking as if the war is over but believe me we all have our plans made when the great day comes Sister mentioned in her letters that recently she was sick with the "LA Yrippe" Also that I should say my sayso in your letter because she always heras my letters read over the phone And " " I cared

I am one please to know that you ring her up to tell her up the Yell then my news Because as of all my friends have I think of more than her When you phone her tell her that her most welcome letter reached me Tickled to read its lines But wait until the time when we win all we come to say more than we are able to write also will always be

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the look out for her letters But one thing gets me and that she must of grown tired of teaching boys I am glad the picture of the battery has found a favorite place But sorry that you think that I look so old in it

George and John are not with Jay Wonder if he has any fellows working that I know Well when ever he sees the boys of the old bunch to say "Hello" for me and to tell Dad that I sure appreciate the card And that it brings back the day we left old Dubuque at the CWU station

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