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Letter March 26, 1919 from J. Brandon to David Eichel
separate from the other prisoners and are honored by having no one with a dangerous weapon, in our presence. The prison officer is a lieutenant and is even nicer and more pleasant than Lt. Harris. He is above the average intelligence and we have many conversations with him.
We are not molested, can have the lights on at all times, and some times [sic] we are up so late that we answer roll call (at 11:30 A.M.) in bed. We have our books, lots of magazines, a daily newspaper and can write all we want. The meals are excellent and there is an abundance of everything. Milk, sugar and butter are on hand at all meals.
Yet with all these delightful advantages, we would much rather be with our dear comrades, even tho we wear a crown of thorns. We feel like slackers when we think of how nobly you boys are upholding the C.O standard and we long to