Western Union Cablegram

Creator

Identifier

T100023

Date

Description

Cablegram message to John P. Ambuehl

Source

Gift of Carol Frost, great-niece of John P. Ambuehl, and Mrs. James E. Higgins, 1981.

Contributor

Language

English

Provenance

Items were saved by John P. Ambuehl and his family, whose descendants donated them as a collection to WWPL.

Text

Form Ca. No. 1316

A WESTERN UNION
ANGLO-AMERICAN DIRECT UNITED STATES
CABLEGRAM

No. a 663/5 Service Instructions. Via Anglo Time Received. Dated 3rd Receiving Office. See back of Form for Telephone Number. WESTERN UNION CABLE SYSTEM TELEPHONE 5 AUG 1918 LONDON WALL 800 22, 8T. WINCHESTER ST. E.C.

Handed in at Borug Minn No. of Words. 29

No inquiry respecting this Message can be attended to without the production of this paper.

To
Efm Amexforce - London
private john p Ambuehl 10th M G bn Co B all well here no letter received since you left America how are you wire answer
Amubehl

1396

Expeditionary force message.

Please hand your Reply direct to this Office.

Original Format

Document - Cablegram

Files

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/T100023.pdf

Tags

Citation

Unknown, “Western Union Cablegram,” 1918, T100023, John P. Ambuehl Collection, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.