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Lella Robertson writes to the Home in regard to a girl in her parents' charge (possible her sister?) and giving her up to the Home. She says that she can "place her in good hands here or send her to you," because her mother is dead and her "home…

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Lella Robertson writes to the Home in regard to a girl in her parents' charge (possibly her sister?) and giving her up to the Home. She says that she can "place her in good hands here or send her to you," because her mother is dead and her "home…

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Geo. A. Cubbage writes to Weller regarding W. P. Coyl, a man he recommended for adopting a child who has "become so very much dissatisfied with the little boy." He apologizes for the failed recommendation, says that the boy appears in good health,…

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Geo. A. Cubbage writes to Weller regarding a young orphaned girl name Effie Woodcock. Her father is deceased and her mother has abandoned her. He says that she is "a beautiful child, healthy and strong, with a beautiful suit of hair." He also says…

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Geo. A. Cubbage to recommend Mr. Jos. F. Pasons as an adoptive father. Cameron Cunningham in Leitchfield, Kentucky, also endorses Pasons.

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Letter to W. L. Weller from Geo. A. Cubbage to introduce Weller to Mr. S. F. C. Wooldridge, a neighbor of Mr. Moses Terry. Mr. Wooldridge will deliver Ida May to Mr. Terry and the bonds for her will soon be signed and sent.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Geo. A. Cubbage in response to Mr. Jno. H. Weller confirming they can hold a boy for adoption until Cubbage arrives in the city. He has gotten sick since writing, but will be well soon to come get the boy. He asks if…

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Letter to Mr. Jno. Weller from Geo. A. Cubbage, Clerk for the Grayson County Clerk in Leitchfield, Kentucky. Mr. Cubbage writes that his uncle, Joseph Cubbage, has no small children and wishes to adopt a healthy boy at least nine years old. As his…
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