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Letter to W. L. Weller from Mrs. Laura Hayes, September 19th, 1894.

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Mrs. Hayes writes to Weller to say "it is with great pleasher that I write to you that we are dissatifide of your all children they dont suit me and we want to send them back." She asks for Weller to answer the letter immediately so that she can send…

Telegraph to W. L. Weller from Daniel Hayes, September 20th, 1894.

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Mrs. Hayes writes to Weller to say "it is with great pleasher that I write to you that we are dissatifide of your all children they dont suit me and we want to send them back." She asks for Weller to answer the letter immediately so that she can send…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Mrs. Laura Hayes and Mr. Daniel Hayes, September 14th, 1894.

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Mrs. Hayes writes to Weller to say "it is with great pleasher that I write to you that we are dissatifide of your all children they dont suit me and we want to send them back." She asks for Weller to answer the letter immediately so that she can send…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Hugh M. Saunders, July 25th, 1894.

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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…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Daniel Hays, June 16th, 1894.

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Daniel Hays writes to Weller regarding the bonds for two children signed by his mother. He asks Weller to send Earps and Hart the 23rd on the train from Louisville to Paducah at 8:40AM (arrives at 5:50PM). Letter marked Bardwell, KY.

Letter to W. L. Weller from Hugh M. Saunders, June 13th, 1894.

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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…

Letter to W. L. Weller from J. W. Taylor, May 20th, 1894.

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Dr. Brandon writes to the Home requesting information on adopting a "nice little girl with smath temper and industrious and of a good family 9 or 10 years old." He states that he and his wife do not have children, and that the girl would be mostly…

Letter to W. L. Weller from Hontas Miller, March 7th, 1894.

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Hontas Miller writes to the Home regarding the adoption of the Shelton children. He states that he has the papers with him, and requests that they meet him at the depot "where the train leaves for Paducah." Letter marked Frankfort, KY.

Letter to the Baptist Orphans Home from C. A. Orr, February 21st, 1894.

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C. A. Orr writes to the Home regarding the adoption and delivery of Will Smith. He asks specifically about the coordination of getting Smith to Paducah so that he can meet him there. Letter marked Vealsburg, KY. In a second letter from 21 Feb 1894,…

Letter to W. L. Weller from C. A. Orr, February 20th, 1894.

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C. A. Orr writes to the Home regarding the adoption and delivery of Will Smith. He asks specifically about the coordination of getting Smith to Paducah so that he can meet him there. Letter marked Vealsburg, KY. In a second letter from 21 Feb 1894,…