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had gone down to a size just about large enough to fit a doll's hand. Fortenbaugh's russet shoes which he had left in the barrack bag came to light and would just about fit a baby.
 
had gone down to a size just about large enough to fit a doll's hand. Fortenbaugh's russet shoes which he had left in the barrack bag came to light and would just about fit a baby.
 
We moved from one part of the camp to another and were here turned over to a demobilization group. During the next few days we were divided, some of the boys going to other camps in the South, New England and the middle West.
 
We moved from one part of the camp to another and were here turned over to a demobilization group. During the next few days we were divided, some of the boys going to other camps in the South, New England and the middle West.
We received our discharge on June 9, 1919, and said good-bye to 318 Field Hospital, Lulu and her baby, Hallgren the big Swede, Pat Day and his exercises, Jablanowski the Russian koosack, Hoover and his black girls and Gus Larsen the Last Rose of Summer, taken all in all the best zoological exhibit every seen in captivity.
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We received our discharge on June 9, 1919, and said good-bye to 318 Field Hospital, Lulu and her baby, Hallgren the big Swede, Pat Day and his exercises, Jablanowski the Russian koosack [Cossack], Hoover and his black girls and Gus Larsen the Last Rose of Summer, taken all in all the best zoological exhibit every seen in captivity.
 
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had gone down to a size just about large enough to fit a doll's hand. Fortenbaugh's russet shoes which he had left in the barrack bag came to light and would just about fit a baby. We moved from one part of the camp to another and were here turned over to a demobilization group. During the next few days we were divided, some of the boys going to other camps in the South, New England and the middle West. We received our discharge on June 9, 1919, and said good-bye to 318 Field Hospital, Lulu and her baby, Hallgren the big Swede, Pat Day and his exercises, Jablanowski the Russian koosack [Cossack], Hoover and his black girls and Gus Larsen the Last Rose of Summer, taken all in all the best zoological exhibit every seen in captivity. -108-