|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Inscribed postcard from friend to Thomas R. Shook, Artesian, South Dakota, July 3, 1919
Inscribed: Hello and how are you enjoying life; Will be here until fourth or fifth; Left Rochelle Tuesday night; Will stop in Kansas; Give regards to all
Image on Front: Soldier with broken egg on top of head. Chickens along top of wall laying eggs. Caption on front of card: "Gee whiz! I've served years without a scratch - now I come home and get shell shock first day"
From the service of Corporal Thomas R. Shook, Company D, 340 Machine Gun Battalion at Camp Funston, Kansas; then Machine Gun Company, 119th Regiment, 30th Division, AEF.
|Date||July 3, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
Shook, Thomas R.
World War I