Letter and envelope from John Morris to Jeannette Morris
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- 1917 June 24
Letter from John Morris to Jeannette Morris. Morris wrote from Hotel Martinique, New York before reporting for duty in London. "I will be with the English Army instead of French as I supposed. It would suit me better to be with the French Army but it is much safer with the English." Morris joined the Army Reserve Medical Corps before the war and upon U.S. entry assigned to the 42nd Highland Regt., The Black Watch. He was captured at Ypres, Belgium in 1917 and remained a POW until the end of the war.
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