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John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, March 1919

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Sunday I recieved the letter you wrote me just before you went to La Grange. Yesterday I received one from you of Feb. 14th written at La Grange and telling me about Ralph having such good luck hunting the last three days of the season. I certainly wish I could have been with him.

I received a letter from Jake may

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yesterday. I have not seen him yet.

Robert Johnson was coming through this place yesterday with a ford truck and he stoped and spent about an hour with me.

Last night I walked over to a neighbouring villige about two killometers from here and heard Miss Margureete Wilson sing. She is a

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"bird" when it comes to singing. The singing was fine, the house was packed and I felt amply repaid for my tramp.

Bye-bye for this time.

Your devoted Son, John

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March 19, 1919 Chamesson France

Dear Mother:- I recieved a Fremont Messenger yesterday and a letter from you the day before. I was very glad to get each of them.

I am well at present and am not having to work very. The weather has not been so bad lately as it was sometime ago and we do not have to under go so much exposure.

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The entire eighty first division meets in Chatillian tomorrow and pulls off a big parade before general Perishing and the king and queen of Belgium. We leave here at eight o' clock in the morning and take dinner with us and spend the day over there. It is about five miles north of here.

We has this after noon off to clean and press our clothes, shine our shoes and guns

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