Oregon Boys In The War

Letters from Oregon Boys in France
Compiled by Mrs. Frank Wilmot 1918


Corporal Alexander Faulkner

Corporal Alexander Faulkner, who is with Company B of the Fourth Engineers, in a recent letter to Mrs. E.C. Walfer, of 528 Irving Street, says:

You ought to see a real airplane fight. It is surely a thrilling sight, and the planes are busy around here today.

I am glad to hear of the ships being built in Oregon. That is the kind of news that makes the boys over here feel good. I have not seen a girl for six weeks. This is strictly a man's country.

I would like to have some of those cherries which you wrote about. They are a dream over here.



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