Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from H. C. Settle, October 15th, 1887.

Title

Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from H. C. Settle, October 15th, 1887.

Subject

Description

Letter to Miss Hollingsworth from H. C. Settle in Seneca, Kansas. Settle writes asking why the Apprenticeship papers have not been recieved by them yet, as they were supposed to have a meeting with the Board two weeks prior. He writes that the Attorneys here need those papers for her to become an heir "in the fullest sense of the law." On the back of the letter, in large letters and underlined, is the phrase: "we are now ready to take this step in Justice to our Darling and I hope we will not be retarded.

Creator

H. C. Setlle

Source

Manuscript Collection, The Filson Historical Society

Date

1887-10-15

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Format

Type

Correspondence

Identifier

Mss_BJ_B222-02_030

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Citation

H. C. Setlle , “Letter to Mary Hollingsworth from H. C. Settle, October 15th, 1887.,” The Filson Historical Society , accessed October 21, 2021, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/2071.