Pierre Karr writes to the home folks in Skidmore, Missouri in April 1918 from Hempstead Field at Long Island. He briefly mentions the airplanes at that location and more fully describes the meal plan. A squadron flies on its stomach, after all.
Printed in the April 18, 1918 Skidmore News, page 10: From Our Boys. Pierre Karr Writes to Home Folks. Long Island, N. Y., April 6, 1918. Dear Folks: I received your flowers and letter last night. Ever so much obliged… Read moreLetters Home: Pierre Karr in Long Island
Published in the January 5, 1918 Skidmore News, page 6: From Pierre Karr. Taliferro Field No. 2, Everman, Tex. Editor, Skidmore News, Dear Sir, I thot I would write you, thanking you for the paper, that is those issues I… Read moreLetters Home: Pierre Karr in Texas
To all those currently protecting our freedom, and to all those who served our country in years past, we offer our gratitude and appreciation this Veterans Day, 2012. In December 1917, the Skidmore News printed this letter from Paul W…. Read moreLetters Home: Volunteers