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Letter to Miss Abercrombie from O. M. Huey, January 24th, 1910.

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Letter to Miss Abercrombie from O. M. Huey, January 24th, 1910.

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O. M. Huey writes to Abercrombie regarding two children- Jerry Cook (4 years old) and Effie Burdine (8 years old). He says that they are in the "county Poor House" and that their fathers are dead, adding that "their mothers say that they will sign the necessary papers." He says that "the county Judge is anxious to get in the Home" and offers to come to the Laymens meeting on February 1st. Handwritten, "Mr. Miller: I think this is the same case you have under advisement from the Judge of Pulaski Co. Court. I have written Bro. Guey the case had been passed to you for decision, M. E. A." Letter marked Somerset, KY.

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Manuscript Collection, The Filson Historical Society

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Mss_BJ_B222-10_039

Citation

O. M. Huey, “Letter to Miss Abercrombie from O. M. Huey, January 24th, 1910.,” The Filson Historical Society Digital Projects, accessed May 25, 2024, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/2939.