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 is in France after World War I written on American Red Cross “on active service with the American Expeditionary Force” paper. For two weeks, Flowers and a group of fellow soldiers traveled around France. They left Grenoble at 8:00 pm and arrived in Paris, via train, at 11:00 am. After securing their room at the Red Cross Hotel, the group went to Versailles and the palace of Louis XIV. The following day they would be returning to Melay and back to their station.
March 16, 1919
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