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1919 Feb. 6

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to brother

St. Aignan des Noyers (France) - Still in classification camp, with only a couple of hundred under their supervision. Glad the recipient did not have to cross the deep blue or take part in war. "Are you still employed at the casket shop. must have been some demand for caskets at the rate the people have died in the states. Perhaps it would be safe to say more have died with the Flu than were actually k... more

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1918 Oct. 28

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister

France - Heard from Helen White, surprisingly. "Pop must be getting quite spry if he tried to dig those potatoes. Very sorry not to have been there to help him, but we will be there next fall and everything looks very favorable at present." Staying in a small place, but near a big city he visits daily. Sorry to hear so many neighbors dying of flu: "we get accustomed to [dying] b... more

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919 Jan. 1

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister

France - Still at classification camp doing the same work. Don't know when they will be able to be home. Heard that Jerry Twohig has passed away: "Mim, I don't see why you never had taken a shine to him first see what a nice time you might have had as you know what a nice bank roll he carried." More people seem to have died in the states than in France [from the flu]. Fellow sol... more

Charles E. Jackson Papers