Cliff Teague holds the fountain pen that was found near the remains of his uncle, who fought for Canada in World War I and went missing in action in 1918. Clifford Neeland’s body was discovered eight years ago in a trench in northern France.
Cliff Teague holds the fountain pen that was found near the remains of his uncle, who fought for Canada in World War I and went missing in action in 1918. Clifford Neeland’s body was discovered eight years ago in a trench in northern France. snagem@newsobserver.com
Cliff Teague holds the fountain pen that was found near the remains of his uncle, who fought for Canada in World War I and went missing in action in 1918. Clifford Neeland’s body was discovered eight years ago in a trench in northern France. snagem@newsobserver.com

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