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[Letter from W.H. Wood to David W. Fentress, May  5, 1856]

[Letter from W.H. Wood to David W. Fentress, May 5, 1856]

Date: May 5, 1856
Creator: Wood, W. H.
Description: Letter from W. H. Wood to David Fentress concerning the event of David's father dieing, someone being arrested, and the selling of a slave.
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[Letter from W. M. Yandell to M. C. Fentress, October 29,1865]

[Letter from W. M. Yandell to M. C. Fentress, October 29,1865]

Date: October 29, 1865
Creator: Yandell, W. M.
Description: Letter from W. M. Yandell to his aunt Maud Fentress, regarding why he is in Texas. He also mentions family news and his brother David's practice in Memphis. He also asks to come and visit Maud. He asks about Maud and her husband's health and how his cousin David Fentress is doing. The last page is an ad about Dr.David W. Fentress and his services and an ad to sell Fentress's land and animals.
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[Letter from William McMahan to A.D. Kennard, March 7, 1862]

[Letter from William McMahan to A.D. Kennard, March 7, 1862]

Date: March 7, 1862
Creator: Kennard, A. D.
Description: Letter from William McMahan to A.D. Kennard discussing salt, sugar and bacon.
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[Letter from W. Nason & Co., September 20, 1860]

[Letter from W. Nason & Co., September 20, 1860]

Date: 1860-09-20~
Creator: Nason, W. & Co.'s
Description: Letter from W. Nason & Co's Office regarding a prize in exchange for influence on farms of Lattenies.
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[A Thank You Letter]

[A Thank You Letter]

Date: 186?
Creator: The Fourth Graders
Description: A letter from "The Fourth Graders" to a Mr. Snapp for letting them visit his gin. Watermark on paper: "Erasable; Plover Bond; 25% Cotton Fiber; USA"
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[Subscription Letter from Texas Farm and Ranch Publication Company]

[Subscription Letter from Texas Farm and Ranch Publication Company]

Date: December 1, 1894
Creator: Texas Farm and Ranch Publication Company
Description: A bill from the Texas Farm and Ranch Publication Company in Dallas, Texas for one year of subscription.
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[Letter to the Captain, May 22, 1865]

[Letter to the Captain, May 22, 1865]

Date: May 22, 1865
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to the Captain from an unidentified officer of the Co. F. 1st NY Veterans Cavalry. The letter requests a "descriptive list" and a "clothing account" from the Captain, and outlines instructions for contacting the unidentified officer if he is in China.
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[Letter to Linnet White, August 7, 1917]

[Letter to Linnet White, August 7, 1917]

Date: August 7, 1917
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to Linnet White discussing business and recent news. It is signed "Dubbie." "L. B. Price Merc. Co." is printed at the bottom of the page. There is an envelope addressed to Mrs. Claude D. White in Manitou, Colorado. The return address is P.O. Box 1096, Fort Worth, Texas. It is postmarked Fort Worth, Texas August 8, 1917.
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[Typed Letter, August 8, 1917]

[Typed Letter, August 8, 1917]

Date: August 8, 1917
Creator: unknown
Description: Typed letter dated August 8, 1917. It is addressed to "My Dear Kiddies," and it is signed "Your loving Dubbie." The letterhead belongs to The L. B. Price Mercantile Company in Fort Worth, Texas, Office of D. Van Gieson, Field Mgr. The letter discusses the recipient's trip to Colorado and the writer's upcoming trip.
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[Letter to Linnet White, August 6, 1917]

[Letter to Linnet White, August 6, 1917]

Date: August 6, 1917
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to Linnet White, addressed as "My dear Dubbie," discussing Linnet's health, and the writer's plans to meet her in the following week. It is signed "Lovingly, Dubbie." "L. B. Price Merc. Co." is printed on the back of the paper. There is an envelope addressed to Mrs. Claude D. White in Denver. Denver has been crossed out, and Manitou was written underneath. The return address is P.O. Box 1096, Fort Worth, Texas. It is postmarked Fort Worth, Texas August 6, 1917.
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