Postcards from Somewhere on the Border, Texas 8/28/1916

Dear Lena, 

 

It is 8 AM and here we are out here on the so called battle field. We are about to attack an enemy a 800 yards. It strikes me funny that the signal men are out about 50 yards being examined now. It is a nice cool day and I guess the boys will go through it all right. I am fine

Sam

 

 

Dear Em,

 

It is Sunday morning and everything is fine with me. I just put away a slice of balogna, slice of bread, ½ of a cantelope, and a cup of coffee for breakfast. Will write soon.

Sam

 

 

 

 

Dear Lena, 

 

Please take note of the shadow that is cast by the men. It is pretty chilly here this morning. It is Sun. and I am going to use the most of it in washing. There is that washing again. Gag.

Sam

 

Dear Mary

 

Well how is my little sugar plum. I am looking and longing

 

 

 

 

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