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Letter March 26, 1919 from J. Brandon to David Eichel


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diversion. I can readily believe that the time passed so quickly as when she visited me for an hour, it seemed to fly faster than time is supposed to. The other boys said that was because I was in love but for your sake I will not believe that blasphemy.

You have good reasons to fear Steiner’s repetoire [sic] as it has many additions since you last saw him. We understand that he as well as Brig., Kap, & Bun. are in solitary.

We received a pitiful letter from Greenberg who was lost in the shuffle at Funston. He is very lonely. How lonely, you can imagine if he even wishes I was with him. Nuf sed.

Ott wrote to Abrams and received no reply and asks, will you please inquire whether he received the letter. I read Spencer here and don’t know whether I am or not. My sympathy to my comrade S.L. Pman[?]. At present we are in the cell formerly occupied by the class 3 boys. We eat

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