Letter from John Henry Roller to Mrs. E. A. Roller
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- 1917 November 5
In this letter John H. Roller, HQ Co., 115th FA, writes to his mother that he has not heard anything about Martin Goodrich being in the guard house. He says not to send any bones when they kill the hogs, but that he would enjoy some cake. John reports several cases of spinal meningitis and mentions the resulting quarantine. He reassures her that he has plenty of clothing, but "I havent got any heavy under wair yet."
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