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In Kingston's letter to his mother, he describes his activities in Thisancourt, France. He mentions that he bought a pin for his daughter from the home of Joan of Arc and a German iron cross for his son. He also describes his observations about train travel in France, travelling to St. Die without authorization, damage to Nancy from cannon fire and bombing, a livestock auction, and a program where French soldiers can serve in the Polish Army at an increased pay rate. This letter was sent from Thisancourt, France.


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Eastern Washington University Archives and Special Collections, Ceylon S. Kingson Papers, SPC-982-0180_2_28_18


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