|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Postcard with inscription. Image of Pierre Bridge in Bordeaux, France.
Caption on Front [in French]: BORDEAUX - Le Pont de Pierre - vue d'ensemble.
Inscription on Back, Transcribed: I am going to write in a day or two so I will drop you this card now: I am going to send a card to Birch and Lena now. We have just come in from drilling it is muddy out there where we drill but we drill right through. You know mud doesn't stop good soldiers from drilling. Get that. I have plenty to tell you dear but I cannot write it: The [illegible] will not write it. I will tell you when I get back some that make you laugh when you hear it. I am not afraid to write [illegible] but you know there is so many reads [illegible] letters and like you to read them out I guess. I will have so much to tell you. I will sure forget lots of it. I will try not to forget the best of it. Received your letters also two papers. Sunderland was just in here so he took them over. I will write soon again. This bridge goes from where we are on this side of the river into Bordeaux. Write soon from your loving old Hubby.
|Date||March 10, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
World War I