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Letter from Salvator Cillis to 'Mr. Van Veen', dated Camp Upton, L.I., January 7, 1918, p. .
January 7, 1918
Letter describes a South camp as being much worse than Camp Upton. Also mentions publications Salvatore is sending to Van Veen. Mentions that they don't drill anymore because it's too cold and instead are given lectures. Includes illustration: Salvatore reading while seated on stack of magazines.
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