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P. B. Miller writes to the Home on behalf of Farthing, who "desires a girl 13 or 14 years old." He says to write him at Sturgis, KY for terms and conditions. He goes on to say that Farthing lives with his wife, owns a good farm, and will provide…

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Letter to W. L. Weller from W. M. Carr discussing the treatment of a former "inmate" of the home, Lula, who has been adopted by Mr. W. O. Haynes. Carr writes that Mr. Green A. Robinson cannot deliver hogs and cattle because of unfavorable prices and…

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Letter to W. L. Weller from W. M. Carr discussing the treatment of a former "inmate" of the home, Lula, who has been adopted by Mr. W. O. Haynes. Carr writes that Lula is at his home now and is doing well,as it will take a week or so for Mr. Robinson…

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from W. M. Carr discussing the treatment of a former "inmate" of the home, Lula, who has been adopted by Mr. W. O. Haynes. Since writing last, Mr. Henderson has gotten the Court involved, and matters are much worse than…

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from W. M. Carr in Morganfield, Kentucky discussing the treatment of a former "inmate" of the home, Lula, who has been adopted by Mr. W. O. Haynes.
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