Extracts from Letters

"I know that mother wants to know all about the War Relief committee first hand. I saw the sign on the door the first night I came into camp. It is both in French and English, and has a big 'Everybody Welcome,' of course. The room is about eighteen by thirty feet, is well lighted and nicely arranged with lots of chairs and tables, a settee, a piano, a cozy stove, and a desk in the corner. There is one big reading table and several writing tables.

"I introduced myself to the lady in charge, and she impressed me immediately as an honest to goodness woman, one who could handle anything that might present itself and one to whom all the boys would feel they could talk and get straightened out and put to rights. Everything she says makes you feel glad you are alive.

Civilization Will Triumph
February 15, 1919

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