A good many of our men were at Central Park this evening. About 8:45 the Provose Guards went thru the place letting all men going with the first contingent to report to camp immediately.
I was the supper guest of Joe Devers, Major Devers’s son. He said that an order had gone
out that no officers should be allowed out of the grounds. also no one was allowed in headquarters but the commander of the Post and his adjugant. He had been in communication with Washington since five o’clock this evening on the long distance and by telegraph.
Gee but I feel funny in my stomach. Although we are all crazy to go.
I will say so long
momsie as I guess this will be the last letter I will write from A’town to you unless we are brought back here after the war.
Here’s a heart full of love from your own
P.S. I am going to give this to a man to mail for me tomorrow if we go tonight
Fenwick, Edward G.
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World War, 1914-1918 [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh85148236]
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