Letter from John H. Roller to Mr. E. A. Roller
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- 1917 January 3
In this letter John Roller, HQ Co., 115th FA, writes to Mother that the men had a "good dinner xmas day." He says Aunt Ella sent two dollars for Christmas, and Pearl sent a cake. John asks Mother if she got the money and candy he sent, and tells her that Aunt Sallie "hasent sent me any fruit cake yet." He inquires about Pappa's health, then tells Mother that he intends to take out insurance naming her as beneficiary. "I have forgotten your middle name I want You totell me what it is."
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