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Letter to Hollingsworth from Coleman of the Western Recorder in Louisville. Coleman and Hollingsworth are meeting for a job opportunity.

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Letter to Hollingsworth from J.J. Swan of the Union Depot Hotel in Rockport, Indiana discussing Bethel Church.

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Letter to Hollingsworth from J.S. Phelps of Planters Tobacco Warehouse writes to Hollingsworth on behalf of his business partner, Winston, and Winston's wife, Phelps' cousin. Letter is marked Louisville, KY

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Lettet to Hollingsworth from E.H. Black of the Kentucky Insitution for the Education of Feeble-Minded Children confirming the arrival of a little girl from the home.

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Letter to the home from R.E. Ryan of the Daily and Weekly Ledger, concerning a woman interested in sending her seven year old daughter to the home. Answer written on the back, addressed to a Dr. Peter.

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Letter to Hollingsworth from the law office of Jas H. and Jno. M. Wilkins discussing W. Geo. C. Staylore.

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Letter to the Baptist Home, presumably addressed to Hollingsworth, from Charles Wright of the South and North Alabama Railroads, requesting to be notified of when a little girl enters the home that would be available for adoption. Letter is marked…

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Letter to the Baptist Home from J.B. Wilgus of J.B. Wilgus & Co., a bank in Lexington, recommending Mr. and Mrs. Shivel as a potential adopting family.

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Letter to Hollingsworth from J.W. Edwards, Louisville Chief of Police, discussing the delivery of two children to the home.

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Letter to Hollingsworth from Arthur Peter of Arthur Peter & Co., Wholesale Druggists and Importers in Louisville. He discusses the chief of police, Mr. Edwards, and the two children of Madame Turpin.
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