1977.13.30_Clyde Chilson to Sister_September 8, 1918_Page 01
[Le Foyer Du Soldat leterhead] [September] 8, 1918 My Dear Sis received Letter All Ok was sure glad to hear from You and that you were feeling fine so am I and I Love to hear the sounds of the shells around me when they are far enough away so they do not hit. it is great say do you
1977.13.30_Clyde Chilson to Sister_September 8, 1918_Page 02
that I would like to Put my feet under your table right now I would eat you out of a house & Home. Ha Ha. I guess Robert is over here by now. I would Love to see him but I guess there is not a chance. I would love to see all of you folks and I guess I will some day. and How is art getting along and where is he working. You never said. I have bin pretty [ms illegible: 1 word] all over france already.
1977.13.30_Clyde Chilson to Sister_September 8, 1918_Page 03
Florence was coming out to see you she lives at 1132 Bellmont. Well I will close for this time Hoping to receive your mail as I have bin as it is mighty nice to hear from Home. Your Loving Brother Corp Clyde C. Chilson Battery B 129 F.A. A.E.F. Somewhere in France
From the service of Corporal Clyde Chilson, Battery B., 129th F.A., 35th Division, A.E.F.
World War I