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Diary of David Eichel, 1917


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brooms, mops, pails etc. on Brex and Campbells beds. Refused C.O. Pudding. Terrorist theory in full sway.

[March 26, 1918] Walked for first time on Road to New York. Louis Rosenberg discharged today. Organic Heart Disease. Serg’t Engh came back without Ferguson. Mozee asked Gen. Johnson for furlough on Pass-over holiday. While there Maj. Griscom asked about Ferguson and seemed to be worried about the affair. Saw Henry Allenbogen[?] again. Saw him Sunday at Station.

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