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Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from A. J. May, March 14th, 1910.

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May writes to the Home regarding a woman in his community with four small girls- two are 5 years old and the others and 9 and 10. May asks for the rules of admitting children into the Home and says that she is a Methodist. Handwritten, "Nothing…

Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from A. J. Silcox and John Thomas, May 14th, 1900.

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A. J. Silcox, paster of the United Baptist Church of Christ at Little Wolf Creek, writes to the Home to recommend Abbot to be taken in by the Home. He says that Abbot is 5 years old, orphaned, and has no relation to take care of him. At the bottom of…

Letter to W. L. Weller from A. M. Durham, May 7th, 1894.

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Durham writes to the Home asking about "eny children to let out to bee raised and what kind you have on hand."Letter marked Allen Co., KY. In another letter from 11 August 1894, Durham writes that he did not reply because he thought that Weller would…

Letter to Mr. Weland from A. M. Durham, August 11th, 1894.

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Durham writes to the Home asking about "eny children to let out to bee raised and what kind you have on hand."Letter marked Allen Co., KY. In another letter from 11 August 1894, Durham writes that he did not reply because he thought that Weller would…

Letter to W. L. Weller from A. R. Penny, November 5th, 1887.

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Letter to W. L. Weller and Brother from A. R. Penny, dealer in Drugs and Books in Stanford, Kentucky. He writes that the children Bro. Barron wrote to the home about are in a "helpless condition" as their father was killed by being run over by a car,…

Letter to W. L. Weller from A. S. Conner, October 23rd, 1893.

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A. S. Conner writes to Weller concerning his "little niece" Marnie Conner. He wants to know if she has a home and if she does, if she is satisfied in it. He offers to take her if she is not. Letter marked Heidtville, Florida.

Letter to Miss Mary Hollingsworth from A. U. Sizemore, September 3rd, 1895.

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Sizemore writes to Hollingsworth regarding a child in the area who was recently orphaned when his father died a few days ago and his mother 3 years ago. He states that the boy is 3 years old. Letter marked Stanford, KY.

Letter from John Quincy Adams to the Rev. Nicholas B. Whitney, 27 March 1833

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Concerning the establishment of a Post Office in the South Parish of Hingham.

Letter from John Adams to Sir, 29 December 1781

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A short letter agreeing with an unnamed correspondent and arranging a meeting with a notary. Signed "Your most obedient J. Adams."

Telegram to the Baptist Orphan's Home from Alfred Arrasmith, June 18th, 1887.

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Letter to the Baptists Orphan "Asylum" from Alfred Arrasmith in Warsaw, Kentucky, looking for someone to claim five orphan children.