Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961
Clint got his first letter from Boyd along with a belated one from Rhea, and finds hearing about what's happening back home surreal compared to what he is experience in Europe. He writes about his situation and the fighting and shell-torn villages he has seen. They ride on horseback most of the time and he's become friends with the supply lieutenant who speaks French and is good at getting them food. He thinks of Rhea often and tells her not worry, if he's meant to make it back then he will and if not there's no use in worrying about it. It's a fatalistic attitude but it's the best they have. He asks her to send him cigarettes since the ones made in France are "something like a cross between cabbage and seaweed to smoke." If she goes to any dances he wants her to dance a few for him.