First National Bank, Huntington, W. Va. No. 16 Published by The Union News Company.
Post Marked Huntington, W. Va. Sep 6, 1918. Addressed to Mrs. L. G. [Lee G. / Florence Koontz] Weaver, 92 Tireman, Detroit, Michigan
“Sept 6, 1918 Dear Sis, Sure do like to travel. Have hit Shi, Indianapolis, Cincy, Huntington, and expect to stop over in Norfolk, I haven’t got any mail since Sunday so am some what like Sherman on his march to the sea. Bill [William P. Koontz]”
Uncle Bill was Grandma Florence’s younger brother on his way to serve in World War I. So far his service had taken him to Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Huntington, and he was expecting to head out to Norfolk. He would eventually arrive in France.