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Catalog Number 1988.5.26
Object Name Postcard, Inscribed
Accession number 1988.5
Description 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
Subjects World War I
Inscribed postcard
Romantic
Relations between the sexes
Relationships
Women
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