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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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Mrs. Amie Goodman writes to the Home regarding her sister, Eliza. She says that she is between 6 and 8 years old and is blind in one eye and was left at the Home last winter sometime. She says that she is married now and wishes to adopt Eliza, as she…

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Mrs. Amie Goodman writes to the Home regarding her sister, Eliza. She says that she is between 6 and 8 years old and is blind in one eye and was left at the Home last winter sometime. She says that she is married now and wishes to adopt Eliza, as she…

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Mrs. Amie Goodman writes to the Home regarding her sister, Eliza. She says that she is between 6 and 8 years old and is blind in one eye and was left at the Home last winter sometime. She says that she is married now and wishes to adopt Eliza, as she…

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J. A. Coffman, M. D. writes to the Home to say that his adopted child, Nora, is doing well in school. He also asks about adopted another little girl (10-12 y.o.) on behalf of a friend. He provides details about his friend's circumstances and asks for…

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Heyser writes to Mary on behalf of a "'grass' widow" living near him whose husband has deserted her and who has two young children, aged 9 and 2 years old. He says that the woman won't put her children anywhere else but the "'Home,'" and that she is…

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Mrs. N. M. Sanderson writes to the Home "in behalf of his little children," Mary (7 years old) and Willie (6 years old) Freeman. The children's father is dead and their mother is very poor and is desperate for the children to be placed in the Home.…

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Mrs. N. M. Sanderson writes to the Home "in behalf of his little children," Mary (7 years old) and Willie (6 years old) Freeman. The children's father is dead and their mother is very poor and is desperate for the children to be placed in the Home.…

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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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