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correspondence, March 1918, 1918, postal service, brother, sister, family, United States Army, army, engineers, Fitchburg, Mass., Burlington, Ia., Camp Devens, Mass., discontent, travel, post-war hopes, leave, Canada, United States, patriotism, food, Red Cross, transportation, marching and drill, weather, cold weather, clothing, gifts, gifts from home, tobacco, quarantine, disease and sanitation, illness, health and sickness, medicine, medical treatment, medical services, homesickness, trains, engineering, love
Clara Lindstadt; Varnie T. (V.T.) Lindstadt; March 26, 1918; World War I; World War One; World War, 1914 - 1918; United States; War and Civilization -- History -- 20th Century; United States. Army; United States. Army. Company E. Engineers; Camp Devens (Mass.) -- History -- 20th Century; Fitchburg (Mass.) -- History -- 20th Century; Burlington (Ia. ) -- History -- 20th Century; World War 1918 1918 -- Medical Care; Patriotism United States; World war 1914 1918 - Social aspects - Fitchburg, Mass.; World war 1914 1918 - Social aspects - Burlington, Ia.
Lindstadt, Varnie (V.T.) T., "1918-03-26, Varnie to Clara" (1918). Lindstadt Brothers First World War correspondence. 8.
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