PC_1560_Banks_Arendell_Papers_Journal_004

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[inserted]very appropriately[inserted] nicknamed the former “Lunchburg”.

July 15 - We pulled into and about
immediately out of our nation’s
metropolis, bound, we learned, for
a short stay at Camp Upton, L.I.

July 15-30 -

[inserted]During[inserted] our two weeks’ stay there, we
literally ate sand and slaughtered
mosquitoes. The renowned Jersey
mosquitoes more than do justice
to their wide fame. My wife and
I saw much of New York City
in twenty-four hours.

July 30 - [inserted]On this day[inserted] Pursuant to our daily
expected and daily delayed orders, we
left Upton for our ship. The parting
of my wife and me was [deleted]with sadness
but without surprising degree of[deleted]
naturally sad but surprisingly phi
losophical. The pain I had and [inserted]the lonesomeness I[inserted] have
will never be totally removed till

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