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Thomas E. Craddock letter to his father, September 1918

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Sept 1 18 My dear Father Well we have moved again since I last wrote. I though we would certainly stay at the place we went for a while, but no one never knows when we are going to move. Several of the boys have gotten letters from home since we have been here but I haven't heard from any of you all yet, but I know its on the way but certainly will be glad when I do hear. I haven't had a chance to see much of this place yet, but hope to be able to go to Town in a few days. I havent heard a thing from Abe yet. I am getting