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Date: May 25th 1917
Mother – (Mary Davis)
Worth Davis


Dear Mother,

Well to-night I have no letters to answer and not very much news.

Monday of course I was out with Gladys, Tues & Wed. I went to bed at 9 & 8.30 but last night we saw “Seven Days Leave,” a spy play, and it was after eleven when I left the theatre and after one when I retired. I am all in to-day and after 9.30 to-night, Corp. Andrus & I are going to run thro eight rolls of film, we want to get the Pevensey ones done. I hope to be in bed before eleven tho. We are having the most beautiful weather with an occasional rain storm.

I am not working hard at all but there is absolutely nothing new and I am getting fed up with everything in general. I do wish they would make a move of some kind. I think there have only been something like five operations from this ward since I came down here & that is not enough to make it interesting. Hope I have some mail before Tuesday.

Your loving son,

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