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Thomas E. Craddock letter to his father, 28 April 1919

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AMERICAN Y.M.C.A. ON ACTIVE SERVICE WITH THE AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE April 28th 1919 My dear Father:- I haven't heard anything from any of you all for about ten days now - but hope to in a few days - I went over to the Y.M.C.A. last night saw a right good show - we are having some real cool weather now have to wear my over coat most of the time - Skelton who is from Lynchburg was in Paris about ten days ago told me he saw Dick, and he was on way to the depot to go back to his company, you know the 29th Division