April 8, 1919 News is very scarce

Coblenz, Germany April 8, 1919 to Monroe, Louisiana

William Abram O’Kelly Jr. to his sister Jane Calderwood O’Kelly

Dear Jenn,

Received a letter from you a few days ago and had intended answering sooner but have just neglected it, and news is very scarce.

We are having fine  weather here now regular summer time. Last Sunday Eve I went to Arenberg about 7 kilos from here to see an old Church there. It is very wonderful and interesting to see. I am enclosing some pictures so you can see what it is like.

I had a letter from Miss Armandine today she says that she has been very sick in bed for five weeks but its better now and her husband is with her.

News is so scarce that there is simply nothing to write. The latest news is that we won`t get out of here till after July 1st.

Lots of love and kisses to all,
Your affectionate brother
Abe

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