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“…You aught to see my mustache…”

It’s been awhile since I posted anything from the series of World War I letters written by my grandfather, Allen Lee Millard Gooch.  Here is one written in late September of 1918 from “Some Where in France.”  They were not allowed to disclosed their location.  A.L. (or “Nig” as he was known) was a jack of all trades back home in Duncan, Arizona, including a sign painter, and in this letter it appears his many skills are coming in handy on the war front.  You can read his previous letters if you want to catch up. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Continue reading ““…You aught to see my mustache…””