[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 Birdie McGee to Mary Moore, February 28, 1906]

[Letter from Birdie McGee to Mary Moore, February 28, 1906]

Date: February 28, 1906
Creator: McGee, Birdie
Description: Letter from Birdie McGee to her Aunt Mollie [Mary] giving family news. Uncle Abe Franklin is very ill He wore himself down riding more than 20 miles in one day to go get a new horse and took sick. Talks of Uncle Tobe's death. From what they can tell, he starved himself to death after he lost all his money. Includes letter dated February 11, 1906 from Gallatin, Tennessee addressed to Aunt Molly, with no author listed. He talks of Uncle Tobe's funeral costs and the sale of a saddle.
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[Letter from Camille Wallace to Charles Moore, November 26, 1898]

[Letter from Camille Wallace to Charles Moore, November 26, 1898]

Date: November 26, 1898
Creator: Wallace, Camille
Description: Letter from Camille Wallace talking about her trip to Denver and Pueblo. She mentions that they have gone to many parties including a whist party and afternoon teas. They enjoyed reading Charles' letter that had been published in the McKinney Messenger. She reports that her sister Mollie and her family are living on a coffee plantation in Mexico and have suffered from floods. Includes the envelope.
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