Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 877

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to keep him "in" clothes. Yes

please if you saw the

instructions in the paper you had

better get the necessary form to

get Kenneth's "Pay" credited. I 

couldn't very well do it out

here. I don't remember the

letter but I have an idea

that I read about the

pearls. I don't think that is

extravagant. It is your

duty to look nice. I'll tell

you how well I like them

when I get home again. Sorry

about Mary's Jersey. A week's

change ought to be a holiday?

To that part of Nance S War Work

   Holmes is wrapping up a

duck + a pig for Kenneth. They

were part of the table decorations 

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to keep him "in" clothes. Yes

please if you saw the

instructions in the paper you had

better get the necessary form to

get Kenneth's "Pay" credited. I 

couldn't very well do it out

here. I don't remember the

letter but I have an idea

that I read about the

pearls. I don't think that is

extravagant. It is your

duty to look nice. I'll tell

you how well I like them

when I get home again. Sorry

about Mary's Jersey. A week's

change ought to be a holiday?

To that part of Nance S War Work

   Holmes is wrapping up a

duck + a pig for Kenneth. They

were part of the table decorations 


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  • April 25, 2019 01:59:05 Thomas A. Lingner

    to keep him "in" clothes. Yes

    please if you saw the

    instructions in the paper you had

    better get the necessary form to

    get Kenneth's "Pay" credited. I 

    couldn't very well do it out

    here. I don't remember the

    letter but I have an idea

    that I read about the

    pearls. I don't think that is

    extravagant. It is your

    duty to look nice. I'll tell

    you how well I like them

    when I get home again. Sorry

    about Mary's Jersey. A week's

    change ought to be a holiday?

    To that part of Nance S War Work

       Holmes is wrapping up a

    duck + a pig for Kenneth. They

    were part of the table decorations 

  • April 16, 2019 19:52:57 Annick Rodriguez

    to keep him "in" clothes. Yes

    please if you saw the

    instructions in the paper you had

    better get the necessary form to

    get Kenneths "Pay"  credited I 

    couldn't very well do it out

    here I dont remember the

    letter but I have an idea

    that I read about the

    pearls I dont think that is

    extravagant It is your

    duty to look nice. I'll tell

    you how well I like them

    when I get home again . Sorry

    about Mary's Jersey. A week's

    change ought to be a holiday?

    To that part of Nance S War Work

       Holmes is wrapping up a

    duck + a pig for Kenneth. They

    were part of the table decorations 


  • April 16, 2019 19:46:27 Annick Rodriguez

    to keep him "in" clothes. Yes

    please if you saw the

    instructions in the paper you had

    better get the necessary form to

    get Kenneths "Pay"  credited I 

    couldn't very well do it out

    here I dont remember the

    letter but I have an idea

    that I read about the

    pearls I dont think that is

    extravagant It is your

    duty to look nice. I'll tell



  • April 16, 2019 19:45:23 Annick Rodriguez

    to keep him "in" clothes. Yes

    please if you saw the

    instructions in the paper you had

    better get the necessary form to

    get Kenneths "Pay"  credited I 

    couldn't very well do it out

    here I dont remember the

    letter but I have an idea

    that I read about the



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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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February 8, 1918
  • English

  • Western Front




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