|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Description: Postcard with inscription. Blank postcard.
Inscription on Front, Transcribed: General Pershing has asked us not to give up our War Risk Insurance, at least until we have returned to the U.S. and had full opportunity of studying the new form of Government contracts, to which the present contracts may be converted. I am going to do as General Pershing has asked.
Inscription on Back, Transcribed: I am well and hope you are the same. Went to a dance last nightgiven by the fellows in our Battery and had a good time. I seen a French stone mason work on a fire place. They work alltogether different than we do in the States. Most of their work is done with soft lime stone, they can work that stone in any shape or [illegible]. I suppose there wil be a lot of work for us in the building line when I get home. I hope so.
|Date||January 20, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
World War I