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Letter to W. L. Weller & Sons from Mrs. T. R. Givens, September 2nd, 1889.

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Letter to W. L. Weller & Sons from unknown person. Their name is not signed on the letter, but they are presumably related to T. R. Givens from the name on the letterhead. Givens writes to the Home saying she wants a boy instead of a girl, but still…

Letter to W. L. Weller and Sons from Mrs. Thos. R. Givens, February 25th, 1889.

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Letter to W. L. Weller and Sons from Mrs. Thos. R. Givens in Flournoy, Kentucky requesting a "good looking, amicable, obedient child" she wants as an apprentice. The Home should send the child as soon as possible to Thompson Station in Union County,…

Letter to the Baptist Home from Mrs. Thos. R. Givens, October 19th, 1888.

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Letter to "Kind Friends" at the Home from Mrs. Thos. R. Givens in Flournoy, Union County, Kentucky asking if there is a little girl at least nine years old with an "amicable disposition" capable of nursing a baby.