Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961
Clint received a letter from Llyod letting him know that he is in the base hospital with a wound to his arm. He'd tried looking for Lloyd at his own hospital, but when he couldn't find him he knew that Llyod's injury must not be serious since only the seriously wounded come to their hospital. He read an uncomfortable story in the paper titled "The Horror of Moonlight" by George Battillo which was a startlingly accurate depiction of that kind of situation. He reassures her that he hasn't met any French girls and no one could replace her in his heart. He encloses a "blood-red poppy" in the letter, which he saw growing on the battlefield of the Marne and which supposedly grow thickest where "the blood of heroes has been spilled."