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 Resource Type: Postcard
 Decade: 1880-1889
 Collection: The Civil War and its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives
[Postcard for C. B. Moore, January 20, 1882]

[Postcard for C. B. Moore, January 20, 1882]

Date: January 20, 1882
Creator: unknown
Description: The author was glad to hear they were doing well and tells them that he/she sang to Birdie until she fell asleep.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from B.A. Doby to A.D. Kennard, May 16, 1883]

[Postcard from B.A. Doby to A.D. Kennard, May 16, 1883]

Date: May 16, 1883
Creator: Doby, B. A.
Description: Letter from B.A. Doby to A.D. Kennard about receiving the balance and he also mentions that he will pay Kennard back with interest.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from Dinkie McGee to William Dodd, December 28, 1885]

[Postcard from Dinkie McGee to William Dodd, December 28, 1885]

Date: December 28, 1885
Creator: McGee, Dinkie
Description: She says that they are all well and they went to Bettie and Florence's house for dinner this week. She made dinner Christmas day and wished that they could have shared it.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from H. S. Moore to Charles B. Moore, August 23, 1881]

[Postcard from H. S. Moore to Charles B. Moore, August 23, 1881]

Date: August 23, 1881
Creator: Moore, H. S.
Description: H.S. Moore is having 100 to 102 degree weather and has seen a second comet that was not as bright. Maria is doing better. George Kendall has started picking cotton. He missed two sermons, but received a private sermon from Bro. Noble. He was able to have more of a conversation with him. Bro. Penn was ill. Mrs. Welbom moved to Sasby and is going to keep a boarding house. The prairies have every kind of livestock coming. Owls and skunks are going after chickens. A rooster fell into the hogs' pen. William Hubford is suffering from an old wound. Jeff Love picks about 100 pounds of cotton every afternoon. Coffman and Scott went to sell dry goods, but their cash box was emptied of $40. Captain Russell has a sign in his salon that says, "In God We Trust." Aunt Ann is doing well.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from John Wallace, February 25, 1887]

[Postcard from John Wallace, February 25, 1887]

Date: February 25, 1887
Creator: Wallace, John
Description: Bettie Stewart died. He mentions that everyone is doing well.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from R. Cook to W. A. Morris, June 3, 1880]

[Postcard from R. Cook to W. A. Morris, June 3, 1880]

Date: June 3, 1880
Creator: Cook, R.
Description: Postcard from R. Cook of St. Jo, Texas to W.A. "Bud" Morris of Montague concerning payment in the Frieze case for $5.00 each for him and Hyden, plus $2.50 for a total of $12.50. The postcard mentions that it can be paid by Morris or Levi Perryman to keep someone from staying in jail.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from William Dodd to Charles B. Moore]

[Postcard from William Dodd to Charles B. Moore]

Date: November 28, 1885
Creator: Dodd, William
Description: Postcard from William Dodd to Charles B. Moore. Mr. Dodd gives updates on the news of family and his corn crop.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from William Dodd to Mary Ann Moore and Charles B. Moore, November 1, 1882]

[Postcard from William Dodd to Mary Ann Moore and Charles B. Moore, November 1, 1882]

Date: November 1, 1882
Creator: Dodd, William
Description: Postcard from William Dodd discussing family news.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Postcard from William Dodd to the Moore Family, September 11, 1888]

[Postcard from William Dodd to the Moore Family, September 11, 1888]

Date: September 11, 1888
Creator: Dodd, William
Description: This document is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is a postcard written by William Dodd, Mary Ann Moore's father. Dodd writes to Charles and Mary Ann, or 'Sis' as the family affectionately calls her, informing the Moore's of the goings-on in Gallatin, Tennessee. He details that the family is all well at present and notes that they have received their most current letter. Dodd discusses that they have received a lot of rain and are awaiting a clear day. He states that Dinkie's children are in school and that they have a good teacher, Mr. Griffin. Dodd closes the card by informing the Moore family that Dinkie will write in a few days to continue correspondence with them.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives