Category Archives: WWI Letters

George A. Waker, Jr.

Good Evening, I’m very grateful to my cousin Nancy Summerill for providing a copy of the picture of George A. Walker, Jr. in WWI. You can see him in the back row right by the “X” and from the look … Continue reading

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George A. Walker, Jr. WWI Picture

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Letter to George A. Walker, Jr.

Bemidji, Minn Sept 9th 1918 My Dear Son, Altho Ma has been writing you often thought I would drop you a few lines this evening__ Ma has been feeling poorly for few days but seems to be OK again tonight. … Continue reading

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Letters from the Walker Boys

Tonight I’m “shifting gears” just a little to bring you three letters written during the First World War. Three of Elsie Walker Everest’s brothers served in the Army and she saved a letter from each one. Now, nearly 90 years … Continue reading

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Letters from the Walker Boys 2

This letter was written to Elsie Walker Everest from France, on February 24, 1919. Dear Sister: Spring is sure breaking here with lots of rain, in hopes that it dries up soon as the roads are rotten. Have a pretty … Continue reading

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