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Letter from Wagoner Clarence S. Priebe, Supply Company, 127th Infantry, 32nd Division, to his mother. It is obvious, from his handwriting, that he is very ill. France [Circa November 1918] My dear mother Am selecting this day for over a month that I could possible write. Tell Grace you receive this letter and have her excuse me as usual. I'm in the Hosp. Mother but can't save for long. I to have not been receiving your most welcome letters either. Give Dad, Ruth and the relation my best regards, I don't now [know] of any news to write so you will have to excuse this short letter for this time. I'm close [closing] now with lots of true love and kisses to you all and remain Forever your Loving Son Clarence Priebe Supply Co. 127th. Inf. A.P.A. 734
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