|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Postcard with inscription. The third of a five-part message. Image of an American soldier embracing his lover on his lap.
Caption on Front: Advice to Soldiers Don't Put on Too Much Weight.
Inscription on Back, Transcribed: O honey if you was just here so I could sit on your lap and love you like I used to do.
and we spent a very pleasant evening together of course there was two of our loved ones missing, but we all hope to have them two with us again before long. I still love you more and more every day Lover and always will God Bless him and protect him till I have the one I love so dear with me again. I am glad that you enjoyed your cake, candy and gum, but Love did you get the money belt and cigars and money? Maybe you forgot
|Date||August 26, 1918|
|Year Range from||1918|
|Year Range to||1918|
World War I
Relations between the sexes
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