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Letter from Carson Dale to Carrie Dale (sister), 1916 March

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Author: Dale, Carson J., 1888-1916
Abstract: Carson writes from France where he has been stationed for about 3 weeks. He is ill and though the type of illness is unstated, he can barely speak louder than a whisper. His responses to letters have been delayed due to insufficient funds for purchasing paper and stamps. There is also a shift in his attitude about warfare due to the things he has seen, which have given Carson reasons to think more about religion. Some details of time in the trenches are given and the sights have left him with no appetite. Lastly, Carson mentions that it will be his last letter until he leaves the trenches. 4 pages
Issued Date: 1916-03
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/21052
Citation: Dale Family Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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