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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 at 1103 wise st by July 4th and if I don't I will certainly be a disappointed man - I am getting to be just like Ernest is around Christmas, counting the days - I wrote you to send me a little money, but if you get this, before you send it don't do it, for I wont need it - don't expect I will be able to get another pass any way and a pass across the [illegible] is all I want now - I am getting on alright and feeling fine Give my love to all your affectionate son Tom monday April 28th