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Date: June 29th 1918

# 32 Stationary Hospital
June 29th 18

Dear Mother:-

Well dear I suppose you were relieved when you got word to say I was wounded again. I got hit on a raid the morning after I wrote you that last letter.

I should have written you before but I thought I should leave it till I got to Blighty. I think the best thing is to address me care of Mrs. Row until further orders. I shall be doing some tall moving around before your answer to this letter reaches me and I always keep in touch with ‘Aunt Florrie' as we call her.

I got wounded in the foot, leg & arm by a German grenade, all flesh wounds & clean but enough to keep me away for a while. I guess my luck still holds.

Love to all,


P.S. Send $15 or $20 through to me c/o Mrs. Row. Send in bills in two letters.