Letter from Meyer to Frank, March 26, 1919.

Title

Letter from Meyer to Frank, March 26, 1919.

Subject

Meyer announces that he has been transferred from the 1101st to the 15th at Pont a Mousson. The brothers are now stationed very close to each other, Meyer hopes they are able to see each other. says he was hoping to be transferred to a unit going home as he had been deployed for 18 months, he comments on the new unit being a “fine bunch of fellows” continues to comment on missing home. “Frank, doesn’t it make you smile to think of the way I have been shuffled about?” Meyer adds that he is quartered at a big house, that the city is deserted and it is filled with “mostly yanks”

Finishing the letter Meyer reminds Frank that, “you owe me two letters-darn it” and asks him to let him know how he got on with the YMCA.

Creator

Meyer Eisenberg

Source

UMJA

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Date Added
December 4, 2013
Citation
Meyer Eisenberg, “Letter from Meyer to Frank, March 26, 1919.,” Discovering the Importance in the Ordinary:, accessed March 25, 2017, http://eisenbergexhibit.omeka.net/items/show/45.