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Thomas E. Craddock letter to his mother, Rosa Lee Edmondson Craddock, 29 May 1919

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AMERICAN Y.M.C.A. ON ACTIVE SERVICE WITH THE AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE May 29th 1919 My dear Mama:- I have been here two weeks today, and I believe it is the longest I have spent since I have been over here - We only thought we would stay here just a few days - Part of the division is moving now - but our company will go on the last train which will leave June 3rd. for St. NaZaire and they say we wont be there but forty eight hrs - before we sail - I have been there once before - I will be discharge at Camp Lee - They are