Letter to W. L. Weller from Mrs. Napper, November 27th, 1894.

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Title

Letter to W. L. Weller from Mrs. Napper, November 27th, 1894.

Subject

Description

Mrs. Napher [? Name smudged badly] writes to the Home regarding the girl she adopted, Ida Irvin. She says that "its impossible for [her] to keep her," and that she has "tried to teach her to be a good girl have offered her a good home a long as she behaved and tried to half way right- but its all useless." She complains about the language Ida uses in front of her daughter, that she put her "under false impression," and that she "slips out and goes buggy riding with the boys." She says that she is sending her back on the 11 o'clock train on the 28th. Letter marked LaGrange, KY.

Creator

Mrs. Napper

Source

Manuscript Collection, The Filson Historical Society

Date

1894-11-27

Rights

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Format

Language

English

Type

Correspondence

Identifier

Mss_BJ_B222-06_099

Citation

Mrs. Napper, “Letter to W. L. Weller from Mrs. Napper, November 27th, 1894.,” The Filson Historical Society , accessed February 1, 2023, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/2663.