Browsing Arthur A. Schmon fonds RG 524 by Subject "Correspondence; World War I;"
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Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 16 January 1918The letter begins with some confusion as to whether Arthur is returning to the United States. Eleanore Celeste then mentions a benefit concert she was taken to by Mr. and Mrs. Mezger. She mentions she enjoyed the voice of Florence Mulford Hunt. There was also an address by Professor Talcott Williams of Columbia University. Included is an brief death notice from the paper that reads "Fenton, Colonel, Charles W. commandant at Fort Myer, and head of the two camps which turned out national army officers, died today of meningitis". The second part of the letter mentions "dearest, it is a perfect shame that none of you are to be promoted" and "I never heard of anything as unfair, as making D.J. Harris and Jackie Barrett 1st Lieutenants". She then writes out the sonnet "What is Love?" The letter is labelled number 43.
Letter - E.C. Schmon to Arthur A. Schmon, 24 November 1919The letter begins with a retelling of the days activities (washing, cleaning etc.). The second part of the letter mentions the Normans (Canadians). He is connected to a steamship company that travels the St. Lawrence shipping timber. The Normans know of Colonel McCormick and are familiar with Shelter Bay. The letter is labelled number 54.