Source: Victor C. Faure Papers, East Carolina Manuscript Collection #1201
Staff Person: Lynette Lundin
The letter is written by Pvt. Victor C. Faure to his parents, Henry E. Faure and Inge Peterson Faure, who live in San Francisco, California, describing his experiences during World War I.
From his letter above he describes Army life on Tuesday September 24, 1918, as continually on the move… near the front in France…never know where we will be next…we can hear the guns…don’t want to see corned beef again for about a year…
You will notice pages one and two have parts cut off, they probably were censored.
Other letters describe his participation with the First Army as part of the American Expeditionary Force