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Letter March 26, 1919 from J. Brandon to David Eichel
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be in the lists with you. But fate wills it otherwise and we must content ourselves with holding down the post at Riley.
I don’t know what your mailing privileges are but if possible I wish you could spare a little informing us, whom you are living with. We often think of our happy days at Funston, and would like the meet the boys no matter what the circumstances might be.
Regards to Monsky, Moore, Jake, Block, Sandin, Harry Lee and the rest of the boys and tell them that if wishes were realities, we would be exchanging confidences long ago. However as soon as they change our death sentence, I suppose they will transfer us to the C.O’s happy hunting grounds.
With best wishes from both Lester and myself, I am
- Sincerely yours
- Jos. Brandon
P.S. I wrote to Sandin a month ago. Did he receive my letter.