May 27, 1918

Monday [Tincques]

Received a letter from Jules [?] B. Answered it and wrote one to Mrs. Woodrow.

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2 Responses to May 27, 1918

  1. Nigel Thomas says:

    Could be Jules; could possibly be Sister (if he ever forgets to cross his Ts).

    • He didn’t have a sister, and wasn’t Catholic so unlikely to be writing to a nun, although Sister could also be a nursing sister or some other designation. Jules is definitely a possibility when I look at it again.

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