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Describing this drawing, sent by him from the front, the soldier-artist writes: “The sketch shows taking up supplies to a gas-stricken area. The supplies-food, ammuunition, spare clothing, and other things required by the men in the foremost trenches-are
brought up at night. It was a watery, grey, woonihght night when I saw the scene, weird and wonderful.” “Weid and wonderful is a. very wrect description: to that the drawing is eloquent witness- -Daariwg Copyrighnd i. Io United SdIn and Canaa.i