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Letter from Joshua Fry to Jonathan Clark, 31 October 1808

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Joshua Fry writes to Jonathan Clark from an undisclosed location [perhaps Bardstown, Kentucky] informing him that he plans to establish his school in Lexington, Kentucky. He expects it to commence on 21 November, but will no longer accept boarders…

Letter from Joshua Fry to Jonathan Clark, 23 October 1808

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Joshua Fry writes to Jonathan Clark from an undisclosed location [perhaps Bardstown, Kentucky] informing him of his intention to move to Danville, Kentucky, and establish a school there. He regrets the timing of the decision and move but believes it…

Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from Jus. O. Rust, February 22nd, 1894.

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Jus. O. Rust continues writing to the Home regarding the admission of Mrs. Thurman's baby boy. He states that he is "very sorry of your rule which forbids the admission to the home," and that "the childs parents are 'worse than dead.'"

Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from Jus. O. Rust, February 17th, 1894.

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Jus. O. Rust writes to the Home regarding the admission of Mrs. Thurman's baby boy. He states that he is "very sorry of your rule which forbids the admission to the home," and that "the childs parents are 'worse than dead.'" Letter marked Bardstown,…