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Letter October 1, 1918 from David Eichel to Anna ____
the light of the present Influenza epidemic this is certainly invaluable in aiding us to fight it off.
Julius is now at the Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth where he has been assured of good treatment. You might write him, P.O. Box 64 Disciplinary Barracks, Ft. Leavenworth Kans. I doubt if he is able to write you, but I do know that he is permitted to receive letters and I am sure it would please him intensely to hear a word of good cheer from you.
Thank you heartily for wishing to aid me financially. I have absolutely no use for money since I can buy nothing. But apparently there is no objection to my receiving things from outside. Anything you send will be appreciated. I will ask you to please send me some stamps since I find it inconvenient to buy any from here. I have already asked someone to call upon Sam Y. for an additional supply of paper and envelopes. My old stock is almost exhausted.
I am still in excellent spirits and fine physical condition. I am not in the least dismayed at my incarceration and I hope none of my friends will be.
My kindest regards to my friends and comrades.
Camp Funston, Kasas
M.P. Guard House