Letter from Minerva Crowell to Unknown Persons
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SubjectPiece of toast; New Year's Eve celebration; Steamer chair; Miss Lippitts down puff; Army socks; Marjorie's wool scarf; Hot bath; Christmas; Serving at the Red Cross; Cabaret entertainment; The Hut; Waiters' dress as Christmas elves; Attic parties; Decoration of the wards; Distribution of stockings and cards; Travelling on furlough; Move from current quarters; Splitting of rooms and roommates; Miss Lippett's room; New abode across the tracks; Brooklyn, Hoboken< Jersey City ect. acc.; The great Jersey swamp; Lost rubber boots and umbrella; Location of amenities; Broken front door; Roof; Dance; Miss Crocker; Carpentry; Arranging the furnishings; Daily activities centered around the stove; The mess; Soup at the commissary; Christmas boxes; N.J.; Cal.; Boston; Hot chocolate party; Kindling; Armistice; Hospital as a station between the U.S. and the Front; Confusion of troops and corps of medical staff; Fleas; Mice; German prisoners camp; New Year's entertainment
Letter from Minerva Crowell, in France to unknown persons. The letter has no date and no envelope but should be dated 1918-12-31
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