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Letter to Miss Mary Hollingsworth from W. S. Ryland, October 2nd, 1893.

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W. S. Ryland writes to Hollingsworth regarding a girl named Lena Brown, whose mother is dead and whose father is poor and struggling to take care of her. He hopes to have Brown admitted to the Home, as the guardian she had temporarily is now an…

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Mrs. J. C. Barclay, November 3th, 1891.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from Mrs. K. C. Barclay of Russellville, Kentucky, concerning Prof. Ryland's application to admit two girls into the home.

Letter to W. L. Weller from S. C. Long, July 24th, 1890.

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Letter to W. L. Weller from S. C. Long in Russellville, Kentucky, requesting the "[Opportunities?] Bond Blank" so Mr. R. Sawyer can give Oscar Bradly to Mr. Parks.

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from S. C. Long, July 9th, 1890.

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Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from S. C. Long in Russellville, Kentucky, writing on behalf of Oscar Bradly. Oscar was adopted by Mr. R. Sawyer, whose wife had died, and now his father wants to give Oscar up. Sawyer's neighbor, Mr. David Parks, can…