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Letter from Salvator Cillis to 'Mr. Van Veen', dated Camp Upton, L.I., December 28, 1917, p. .
December 28, 1917
Letter describes a speech given to the soldiers by William Howard Taft. Also mentions Happy New Year and that the camp is nearly finished. Includes illustration: Soldiers marching in snow with caption reading, 'what I don't like to do when it snows.'
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