• Letter from John H. Roller to Alvin Roller

    In this letter John Roller, HQ Co., 115th FA, writes to his brother Alvin that he had a good Christmas Day and holiday dinner. His presents included cigarettes and a sack of tobacco. Nashville ladies…

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  • Letter from Pvt. Frank Ring to his brother James

    The Ring family of Franklin, Tennessee sent three sons to WW I. In this letter, Frank, the third son, writes back to his youngest brother, James. He thanks him for sending nuts, pants and socks and li…

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  • Letter from John Henry Roller to Mrs. E. A. Roller

    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 ho…

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  • Letter from John H. Roller to Mr. E. A. Roller

    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 s…

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  • Postcard to Mrs. E. A. Roller from John Roller

    Plain postal card addressed to sender's mother, Mrs. E. A. Roller. John writes from Camp Sevier, South Carolina, that he "received the note and $2 papa sent." He reports that he is "getting along all…

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