W. S. Roney writes to Hollingsworth on behalf of the Hutchinsons, who want to apprentice a girl and a boy "from 8 and 10, to 10, and 12 years of age." They prefer brother and sister and have no children. Sender writes from Fulton, KY; Hutchinsons reside in Hickman, KY.
W. J. Roney writes to Weller to ask him to send the necessary papers to "apprentis the twins to W. D. Hutchuson Hickman, KY." He also asks for details to arrange to meet the children. Letter signed also by Hutchuson. Letter marked Fulton, KY.
Judge Joshua Naylor writes a strongly worded letter to the Home regarding Netta, an 18 year old adoptee from the area. He says that Weller misinterpreted his previous letter, and that there is no way that Netta would want to go back to the Home, as she is old enough to take care of herself. He also says multiple times that he does not approve of the envelope that Weller used in his letter, which was labeled W. J. Weller and Son Wholesale Liquor dealers." He asks for Weller to send him the information on Netta's birth mother, and that she wants to visit the Home soon to retrieve the information. Letter marked Fulton Co., Hickman, KY.
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 moral character." Letter marked Bardwell, KY. In a letter from 28 April 1893, J. B. Dillson writes to Weller to ask him to send papers for Bro. Donaldson "a girl of 6 or 8 years of age (apprentice)." He says they will want the children send together and he will meet them at Fulton KY. Letter also marked Bardwell, KY.