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1917 Oct.

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

Ayer (Mass.) - Nick is not sure if he will be able to come home Sunday. He had his picture taken and will give a copy to Letty and his father, he asks Letty to send him a picture.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 9

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

France - Nick is writing this letter from the British Y.M.C.A. Nick is stationed with the British Expeditionary Forces, his office works to pay the Americans who are working with the British troops. There are many English girls here as part of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. They do work that used to be done by men in the back of the lines drive ambulances, cook, drive trucks, bake, and more. ... more

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 3

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty was going to go to the Red Cross tonight but it was raining so she decided to stay in. On Saturday Letty will go to the Strand to see some movies after work. Ever since they moved the clocks for Daylight Savings, Letty has found it harder to wake up.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 18

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

France - Nick is mailing three envelopes with souvenirs. He wishes Letty a happy birthday.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Feb. 27

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty was going to go to church tonight but then she got a headache. She has dreams almost every night about marrying Nick. Letty hopes to receive the first letter that Nick sent from Europe.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1917 Oct.

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

Ayer (Mass.) - Nick was inoculated for the "grippe" or influenza this morning and now he is not feeling well. He received the package from Bill. One hundred and seventeen men in the barracks are going to Camp Gordon in Georgia, the captain asked Nick if he wanted to go but he wanted to stay close to home so that he could see Letty.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Feb. 9

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

France - Nick works every day and evening so it is hard to distinguish between days but he is happy that he doesn't have much downtime to think about home. He is going to go to church as soon as he can, he will also be going to market on Saturday. He sees the value of living a clean wholesome life, there are some men who are starting to drink french wine frequently but he will not drink anything. I... more

Frank F. Newth Papers

1914 May

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

Worcester (Mass.) - Nick discusses winning the championship with the Worcester Academy baseball team. He has exams this week that cover everything they were taught this year. He will be playing baseball in North Grafton after exams are over and then he will go home on Sunday.

Frank Newth Papers

1918 Feb. 26

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - The weather in New England is very fickle; yesterday it felt like Spring and today it is cold and windy. She went to see the movie 'Civilizations,' it was very sad. George intends to try-out for the baseball team. She will be going to church tonight and Friday night then she will go to confession on Saturday.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 21

Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979

Letter from Frank F. Newth to Letitia Crane

France - Nick had a big mail day; he received four letters from Letty, one from each of his Aunts, and one from Eddie Harington. Letty asked if he remembered the day they passed each other on the Boulevard, he often thinks about that day. Nick never goes more than five days without writing Letty a letter so she should not have to wait too long for mail.

Frank F. Newth Papers