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Letter to Kerr and Glover from G. M. Fradvine, April 9th, 1892.

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Letter to a [Mister?] Kerr and Glover from G. M. Fradvine in Oddville, Kentucky, reccomending Mr. L. C. Garnett and his wife as adoptive parents.

Letter to R. C. Kerr from J. W. Mattox, April 8th, 1892.

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Letter to Mr. E. C. Kerr from J. W. Mattox in Cynthiana, Kentucky, recommending Mr. L. C. Garnett and his wife as an adoptive family. He also writes that a Methodist woman wants to give three girls, ages four, seven, and ten, to the Home.

Letter to R. C. Kerr from W. S. Grinstead, April 4th, 1892.

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Letter to R. C. Kerr from W. S. Grinstead in Oddville, Kentucky recommending Brother Garnett as an adoptive parent. Grinstead cites Dr. J. D. Batson of Oddville and J. W. Mattox in Cynthiana for more information to his character.

Letter to R. C. Kerr Esquire from W. M. Daniel, April 2nd, 1892.

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Letter to R. C. Kerr, Esquire, from W. M. Daniel of Avena Kentucky discussing Sister Bowers and L. C. Garnett. Daniel mentions that Dr. J. D. Batson in Oddville would have more information.