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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Somewhere in Scotland [Aug. 20, 1918]

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Aug. 20, 1918

Dear Myrtle,

Have been ashore but there isn't much to see around the place where we are now. We expect to see more of the country before we leave for the states and I sure hope to see a different part from this . The coast we have passed along and have seen is most beautiful and picturesque and I wouldn't have missed it for anything, but was disappointed when we hit the port we did. It is much better here then in France in a way for we don't have any trouble talking to the people and they are more our people but I believe their money is harder to savvy then French. There are very few girls around this port and are highland girls and are pretty homely but where there are so few

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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Somewhere in Scotland [Aug. 20, 1918]

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