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1919 Mar. 1

Deposition from illegible to Examining Officer

St. Aignan des Noyers (France) - 'Jerkin was bought for Pvt. Jackson by Capt. Allen his former comandg officer. Scarf was made for him by a member of his family. I believe his statement to be true."

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919 July 12

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister

Plattsburgh (N.Y.) - Glad father had such a nice funeral; sorry brother John refused to come: "I have been sore on him since he worked in Springfield he has done things to me that I never have mentioned and were not at all surprised to hear he did not attend the funeral."

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919 May 11

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to Catherine Whalen Jackson

St. Aignan des Noyers (France) - Writes on mother's day. Blue feeling in camp on the day and heard some good sermons; thinks of mothers whose sons had died. Has avoided sickness in his time in service.

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919 Apr. 2

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to Thomas W. Jackson

St. Aignan des Noyers (France) - Has not received Mim's letter, but would like to find who it is who takes all mail containing money. Has requested a leave for Paris in April. Still attached to the classification camp and likely will be until he returns home.

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1918 Nov. 12

White, Helen

Christmas card from Helen White to Charles E. Jackson

Card reads 'We think of you: I hope the censor / won't refuse / to let me send / this bit of news / the folks who watched / you march away / are thinking of you / every day."

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919 July 1

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister

Camp Stuart (Va.) - Still in hospital at Camp Stuart. Sad news of father's death; if there is a heaven, he will surely be there; hopes he did not suffer much in his illness.

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1918 Oct. 27

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to Thomas W. Jackson

France - Situated is billets in a quiet town. Has heard the big noise, though from a distance. Sorry to hear of Mark Mullins dying in camp; all in the army are warned to take care of themselves due to the concern about illness.

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 May 20

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister

St. Aignan des Noyers (France) - Sad news about who has died of the flu in Hamp. Irritation at who gets sent home and those who get preference. Assures her that the stories circulated in the states about the camp are false, made up by men of the 41st Division who went home in February. There is a venereal camp nearby, but an entirely separate organization from the classification camp. Has seen many let... more

Charles E. Jackson Papers

1919 May 3

Jackson, Charles E.

Letter from Charles E. Jackson to sister

St. Aignan des Noyers (France) - About 17,000 soldiers in camp, most going home on special orders or on discharge. Some are staying in France to set up businesses or marry French girls. "You would be surprised to see the number of American soldiers that marry here. I have seen several weddings take place... some very pretty girls here, but it would take more than that piece of paper so called discharge for me to m... more

Charles E. Jackson Papers