Letter from Daniel M Carlisle
Received December 22, 1958
Excerpt from page 2
I want no funeral, no Preaching, no flowers, any flowers to go to sick people. I wish to be buried in my army blanket, same as any other x soldier. I don’t want any coffin but I think there is a law says you got to be put in a box of some kind.
I think Grandpa would be satisfied.
Carlisle, Daniel M.. (Buchanan, MI) to [no salutation]
[Vivian LaValle]. Letter. Received 22 December 1958.
Digital Image. Privately held by Apple,
[ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Snowville, New York. 2008.
[Carlisle Family, Box #1, Correspondence, 1958 - 1972,
Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan. 2008.]