[Received October 8, 1917]

Somewhere in the

North Atlantic

Dear Mother:

This is just to tell you that we are having a wonderful trip. Fine boat, lovely weather, good meals. They have put so much restrictions on what we can say that it is no use in writing. Will start the trip letter today.

Love to all,


September 20 [1917] A.M.

Have not tried to develop any films yet. I will be able to write a lot more in the letter mailed ashore in the future.