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 County: Davidson County, TN
 Decade: 1890-1899
 Year: 1899
 Collection: The Civil War and its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives
[Letter from Bounds, J. William to Charles B. Moore, October 8, 1899]

[Letter from Bounds, J. William to Charles B. Moore, October 8, 1899]

Date: October 8, 1899
Creator: Bounds, J. William
Description: Letter from J. William Bounds to Charles B. Moore in which he says that he has visited a mutual friend, Mr. Crawford. Mr. Crawford is very interested in the phosphate mining industry. Mr. Bounds says that Nashville is a very pleasant place to live. He is a student at Vanderbilt University and plans to graduate soon.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letter from J. J. Crawford to Charles B. Moore and Rev. Jim Biggs, February 16, 1899]

[Letter from J. J. Crawford to Charles B. Moore and Rev. Jim Biggs, February 16, 1899]

Date: February 16, 1899
Creator: Crawford, J. J.
Description: This is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. it is written by J. J. Crawford and is addressed to Charles B. Moore and Rev. Jim Biggs. In this letter, Crawford informs Moore and Biggs about the goings-on in Nashville, Tennessee. The news includes: a confirmation on the receipt on Moore's letters, a discussion concerning the reasons why he hasn't written Moore in some time, details on the bitter winter weather and how important it is to have a fire in this weather, a dialogue about Moore's trip to Colorado and how Crawford learned much from the letters Moore sent to him,a brief message to Biggs about Tennessee and how he has not been outside of Nashville to see their "old time folks," news about Crawford's family and the winter activities of the children, a message from Anna to the Moore family, and a few messages sent by Crawford to people he knows who reside in Texas. He closes the letter by noting that he hopes Moore, Biggs, and their families are not home bound due to the bad winter weather, detailing that soon the blue birds will sing. The envelope is included with the letter.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives