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Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from Albert Call, Frank Conner, and W. A. Lee, December 22nd, 1894.

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Frank Mark Conner writes to the Home to give consent for W. A. Lee to send his son Grover Cleveland Conner to the Home to be raised until 21 years of age. He also gives permission for Grover to be put in a "private home." Letter marked Owenton, KY.

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Robt. Green, November 3rd, 1890.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Robt. Green in Harrisburgh, Kentucky asking for information on his daughter, Effie C. West, that he sent to the home six or seven years ago. He has not heard anything from her, and he would like to know where she is.…

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from John J. Orr, April 11th, 1887.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from John J. Orr, an attorney in Owenton, Kentucky, concerning the will of a Joe Williams that wishes to donate a portion of his wealthy estate to the Baptist Home. His family members, including his brother J. A. Head,…

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from John J. Orr, April 7th, 1887.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from John J. Orr, an attorney in Owenton, Kentucky, concerning the will of a Joe Williams that donates a portion of his wealthy estate to the Baptist Home.

Letter to the Baptist Orphan's Home from Arthur Peter, June 6th, 1879.

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Letter to the home from Arthur Peter of the Office of Greene & Lindsay, Attorneys at Law in Owenton, Kentucky. Peter reccomends Willy K. Roberts as a suitable man to take care of a child. There are three attorney signatures for confirmation, J. W.…