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Thomas E. Craddock letter to his mother, Rosa Lee Edmondson Craddock, 14 May 1919 (Mother's Day)

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Knights of Columbus Overseas Service On Active Service with American Expeditionary Forces A.P.O Date Mothers Day

My dear Mother:- I was so glad to get your letter of April 14th yesterday- I had a letter from Father written on the 22nd several days before I got yours. I was so sorry to hear that Mr. Barker is so ill and I certainly hope he will get well-

And Father shaved off his mustache I never thought he would ever do that I am like Fan you will certainly have to start using paint to keep up with him- we will start to moving some time this week - Will go to Le mans- we will all