Letter, from Kenneth Redford of the 114th Field Artillery Band, to his mother
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- 1918 October 18
Musician Kenneth G. Redford, HQ Co., 114 FA, 30th Div. wrote this letter to his mother. He describes a recent battle but does not name it - he does mention recently being camped at the Meuse River. He also says that "the worst is over" in order to He also gives the name of the ship that transported him to Europe, but it was removed from the first page of the letter by censors. Redford was from Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee.
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