World War (1914-1918) -- Homefront
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This series contains correspondence to Sgt. Dwight Fee, AEF during the First World War. The bulk of these letters originated from Lucille Fee and deal with issues from the homefront along with updates about family and friends while Fee was serving in France.
NOTE: letter 45, dated September 28, 1918 is missing at least one page (ends in the middle of a sentence, unsigned).
This series contains two letters. One was written by a woman name Louise to Chester McKay. The letter also mentions Hilda although her connection to the McKays is unclear.
The other letter is from George to Harry, who was serving in World War I. The letters suggest that George and Harry are Chester McKay's brothers-in-law. The letter discusses soldiers returning home and the events of the holidays. It also makes mention of censorship restrictions being lifted.