Making History: Transcribe is made possible in part by federal funding provided through the Library Services and Technology Act program administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Thomas E. Craddock letter to his father, September 1918

image 2 of 3
more information: digital collection

Zoom in to read each word clearly.
Some images may have writing in several directions. To rotate an image, hold down shift-Alt and use your mouse to spin the image so it is readable.

This transcription is complete!

on alright, and feeling fine. Saw a friend of mine the other day that use to know in North Carolina certainly was glad to see him. Expect all the men are out on the road now, do hope Rob will be able to stick this time, knowing what I do now. Know I would. I will write you again as soon as can get to the Y.M.C.A but its hard for me to write on this board. I wish you would send me $50.00 dollars. Also a salesman letter now & then I don't need the money now, but might later. Give my love to all, your affectionate son, Tom O.K.[illegible]