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Fritts writes to Hollingsworth regarding a little boy in "the institution" of the county infirmary. Fritts says that the superintendent of the infirmary thinks he "ought to be in a better place." The boy is 5 or 6 years old, "healthy, and of good…

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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In an earlier letter, J. H. Black wrote to Weller on behalf of Mr. G. B. Stovall. He asked if a Mrs. Katie C. Garrett "of your place" is coming soon to Bardwell and if she can bring "the child" with her. If not, he asked that the child can be sent to…

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J. H. Black writes to Weller on behalf of Mr. G. B. Stovall. He asks if a Mrs. Katie C. Garrett "of your place" is coming soon to Bardwell and if she can bring "the child" with her. If not, he asks that the child can be sent to Bardwell in care of S.…

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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J. H. Black, G. Dudley, Carlisle, R. W. Mahan write to the Home to recommend the Dillsons, Webbs, and Denaldsens to adopt children. They state that they are good Christians, would educate the children, provide for them, and bring them up "in good…
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