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 Resource Type: Letter
 Serial/Series Title: Charles B. Moore Family papers, 1832-1917
[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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[Transcript of List of Taxable Property]

[Transcript of List of Taxable Property]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: A list of all taxable properties: 1 tract land 350 acres. John Emberson fenced 105 acres, and has 90 acres in cultivation. 1 tract 15 acres unimproved, 1 aged mare, mules, 2 milk cows and calves. Pigs, plows wrighting tools, a harvester and cultivator and other things. The Deputy Assessor assessed it at $2,360.00.
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[Transcript of Receipt]

[Transcript of Receipt]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Transcript of the collections of wheat for the first six months of the year. Dividing between bushels to sow and to grind.
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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, January 20]

[Letter, January 20]

Date: unknown
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: This document is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is a letter by Charles B. Moore which discusses agriculture, news about the health of family, details concerning his community's school and his neighborhood, and notes about mail he has received. He also notes that he will decide to respond to the mail soon, discusses the amount he spent on fruit trees, and mentions that a healthy baby girl was born to Whillis and Ginny that morning. It is dated January 20th in an unidentified year.
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[Letter, July 2, 1872]

[Letter, July 2, 1872]

Date: July 2, 1872
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: This document is from the Charels B. Moore Collection. It is a letter by Charles B. Moore that is badly torn and unintelligible. Keywords deciphered from the visible writing include: Ziza, bushel weight, thrasher weight, number of bushels which was 38, Rowlett Creek, wheat, Baltimore, cotton prospects, emigration, Henry and Clarence, and Mill. In the letter's closing, Moore states that the receipeint should write to him and Ziza.
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[Letter from Walter Wallace to Charles B. Moore, October 31, 1901]

[Letter from Walter Wallace to Charles B. Moore, October 31, 1901]

Date: October 31, 1901
Creator: Wallace, Walter
Description: This letter is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Walter Wallace. The letter details the family lineage of Moore's grandmother, Elizabeth Wallace Lanius. It notes family members and the places of death. Wallace furthers that a remaining family member, Uncle James, is in bad health. In the letter's closing, he mentions that Moore's daughter and her husband will visit him and his family. He states that they will do what they can to make her visit a pleasnat one. He also urges Moore to visit and mentions that his home is always open to C.B. The letter is dated October 31, 1901. It was written Denison, TX.
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[Letter from Linnet Moore to Mary Ann Moore and Birdie McGee, January 23, 1902]

[Letter from Linnet Moore to Mary Ann Moore and Birdie McGee, January 23, 1902]

Date: January 23, 1902
Creator: Moore, Linnet
Description: This document is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Linnet Moore to her mother, Mary Ann Moore, and to her cousin Birdie McGee. In the letter, Linnet details the happenings in her life since her last letter to her mother and they include: receiving her mother's most recent letter and photographs; detailing the rainy weather in Denison; and noting that she and Mrs. P went to church on Sunday morning, then for a walk on Sunday afternoon in the country. She describes the city people and how all they want to do is put on their best and gallivant up and down Main street on Sunday. Linnet details her visit to cousin Walter, mentions a real estate prospect that may have her and Claude moving in the future, and remarks on how windy it is which has made her embroidery and table pieces dirty rom hanging to dry on the line. She notes that she and Claude are planning a visit to Mr. White's home and will be there visiting for two weeks, if all goes well. She remarks on how lovely it is for her mother to have gotten a new dress and ...
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[Transcript of letter from Bettie Franklin and Matilda Dodd to Mary Dodd Moore, December 10, 1865]

[Transcript of letter from Bettie Franklin and Matilda Dodd to Mary Dodd Moore, December 10, 1865]

Date: December 10, 1865
Creator: Franklin, Bettie
Description: Transcript of a letter from Bettie Franklin and Matilda Dodd to Mary Dodd Moore regarding a trunk from Mary that has yet to arrive, as well as cold weather and health issues.
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[Letter to Charles B. Moore]

[Letter to Charles B. Moore]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to Charles B. Moore from an unidentified author (possibly Claude White). The letter thanks Mr. Moore for the letter he sent the writer and states that Dr. Miller no longer has an age limit "for the association," so Mr. Moore can now join. The writer states that he and Linnet have left their Tennessee friends and are headed home. It goes on to give the details of their trip.
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