World War I letter from Charles E. Flowers to his wife

World War I letter from Charles E. Flowers to his wife
Charles E. Flowers letter to his wife Carmen while he was in Europe in the 115th Ambulance Company of the 104th Sanitary Train, 29th Division, 7th Army Corps, American Expeditionary Forces during World War I. He writes about marching, the Sanitary Train he is part of being inspected by General John J. Pershing, working on French roads, but the French don’t appreciate the work they have done, and mollifying his wife to not worry about him.
March 25, 1917
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Laupus Library History Collections
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