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Letter to Miss Mary Hollingsworth from W. J. Jones, who had recently traveled to Sacramento, Kentucky, and met with members of the Station Church. The church members wanted to know if someone recommended F. F. Gibson when he applied for Oscar…

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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…

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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…

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Letter to the Baptist Home from A. J. Frazier in Sacramento, Kentucky, describing the trial between F. F. Gibson, Shanks, and severe the abuse of two boys entrusted in their care. He mentions a newspaper article published by J. W. Vancleave about the…

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Letter to John H. Weller from W. J. Jones of Sacramento, Kentucky, from the office of J. W. Vancleave. Jones writes that the Chuch Mr. Gibson is a part of wants to know who recommended him to the home, or any evidence they can bring into the trial.…

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Letter to W. L. Weller from F. F. Gibson in Sacramento, Kentucky confirming he would like to adopt a boy mentioned in another letter, and will fill out the blank checks once he receives them. Gibson writes that he would like to know the boy's name,…

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Letter to the Home from F. F. Gibson in Bremen, Muhlenberg County Kentucky. Gibson requests a "spiritely" boy from the Home between six to ten years through bond. He, 36, and his wife, 26, are farmers and own 140 acres of land east of Sacramento,…
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