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Letter to W. L. Weller from Arthur Peter, November 13th, 1893.

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Peter writes (seemingly in response) to Weller regarding an unnamed orphan who has been mistreated in the area. He says that he has spoken to Mr. Stakey and Mr. Snyder, who knew nothing of the "Boy's care." He goes on to say that he went to a…

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Arthur Peter, December 29th, 1890.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Arthur Peter, druggist, that confirms that a child, Albert, has been sent to the home by the County Court.

Letter to W. L. Weller from Arthur Peter, November 8th, 1890.

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Letter to W. L. Weller from Arthur Peter, a druggist in Louisville, concerning a little girl in the Home, who he has found a good home for. He also mentions a Dr. [Conrad?].

Reference Letter from J. W. D. Moore and Arthur Peter, and March 6th, 1889.

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Reference Letter from J. W. D. Moore and Arthur Peter, Chairman Committee on Orphanage, discussing Lula Rickman, an orphan whose parents (Ian and Susan Rickman) have died. Lula carries with her four hundred and fifty dollars, which will be kept by…

Letter to Mr. Arthur Peter from Mrs. J. W. Caseldine, February 18th, 1888.

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Letter to Mr. Arthur Peter from Mrs. J. W. Caseldine, presumed wife of the Henry County Sherrif, writes from Eminence, Kentucky about a little girl elligible for coming to the home. Mrs. J. W. Caseldine confirms that before they could admit her to…

Letter to Arthur Peter from James Waters, August 1st, 1886.

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Letter to Arthur Peter from James Waters, principal of The Eclectic and Normal, a high school for both sexes. James Waters is returning the photo of an orphan girl Arthur wanted to send to this high school, yet the high school is having to take a…

Letter to the Baptist Orphan's Home from Arthur Peter, June 6th, 1879.

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Letter to the home from Arthur Peter of the Office of Greene & Lindsay, Attorneys at Law in Owenton, Kentucky. Peter reccomends Willy K. Roberts as a suitable man to take care of a child. There are three attorney signatures for confirmation, J. W.…

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Arthur Peter, August 21st, 1877.

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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.