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Date: November 22nd 1915

[To: Mrs. E.K. Ramsey
2703 Yakima Ave. N.]

Nov 22nd 1915

My Dear Mother,

You will be wondering what has happened as I have not written for quite a while. Well we are still going along in the same old way. We are on our billet. The men are out on posts and now and again we take a run out to some place or other. It is beginning to get mighty cold here but we are pretty well fixed and will pull through the winter in fine stile. I got a nice parcel from Gran with one of her old fruit loaves in and it was real good. It did not last ten minutes. It is pretty near time I had a letter from you. I have not had one for over a week. I suppose you are having such a fine time that you have no time to write much but I do get your letters pretty near every week so I think I should be satisfied. I am going to assign another five dollars and it will take effect from Jan. 1st 1916. So from then you will get twenty dollars a month. And let me know every time You get it. Well I have not much more to say. Everybody up north seems to be doing well and as for myself I could not be better. So I hope you are all the same. Remember me to the Arkley’s. And give my love to Eve and Father and my best to yourself.

Ever your effectionate

Mrs.E.K. Ramsey
2703 Yakima Ave. N.

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