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1918

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister (incomplete)

France - Heard about heavy frosts and asks whether they destroyed the tobacco crop.

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1918

Postcard from Charles E. Jackson to sister

France - Picture postcard of a canal: "No doubt Pop will recall seeing this sort of a canal in Ireland..."

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1918 Sept. 6

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister (incomplete)

France - YMCA is doing fine work. Not much to say at the moment. Temptations are very great in the army: "One has got to keep his head straight at all times, but you can just bet that any of the boys that realize where they are, sure fight shy of those temptations which presents itself a great many times."

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1918

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister (incomplete)

France - Well protected (by clothing) from the weather. Papers will be filled with good war news. Enjoys this branch of the service since they see more of the country. Has thought of the Maloneys and will write. Attended church in a building just built by the Knights of Columbus.

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister (incomplete)

France - Surprised to hear of Ed Costello and Mr. Lynch's death. Wonders about Peggy the dog: had a dream she jumped on his back. Hears people think that men left in France are those suffering from venereal disease, "But you can tell any person making such statements that there is not quite as many fools over here as they might think. Believe me I would love to hear some person ... more

Charles E. Jackson Papers