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Letter to Baptist Oprhans Home from Wm. B. Noe, April 18th, 1891.

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Letter to "Sis," presumably Miss Mary Hollingsworth, from Wm. B. Noe, attorney in Calhoun, Kentucky. Noe writes that the Habeas Corpus in the matter of Oscar Blankenship was receieved, and Mr. Gibson has agreed to surrender the boy. Noe writes that…

Letter to the Baptist Orphan's Home from Noe and Taylor, April 7th, 1892.

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Letter to "Sis," presumably Miss Mary Hollingsworth, from Wm. B. Noe, attorney in Calhoun, Kentucky, and a "Taylor." Noe writes that Mr. G. M. Bibb wants to take custody of Oscar Blankenship, previously adopted by F. F. Gibson. Noe, as an attorney of…