[Letter from Will H. McGee to C. B. Moore, May 17, 1895]

One of 1,686 letters in the series: Charles B. Moore Family papers, 1832-1917 available on this site.

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Will is enjoying good health with Alfred May cooking for him. He visited Alice and saw Birdie and Frank. He is building a cabin for Mr. Holder and he lost some lambs this past winter. He is thinking of selling Birdie's sow and piglets. If he can get enough work done over the summer, he wants to go visit in the fall. Moore's subscription went out and Will received the news that the money made it there okay. He talks about the troupe he is in and how they can see the play he is part of. He sends some ... continued below

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[4] p. ; 20 x 13 cm. + [2] p. (17 x 13 cm.)

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McGee, Will H. May 17, 1895.

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Will is enjoying good health with Alfred May cooking for him. He visited Alice and saw Birdie and Frank. He is building a cabin for Mr. Holder and he lost some lambs this past winter. He is thinking of selling Birdie's sow and piglets. If he can get enough work done over the summer, he wants to go visit in the fall. Moore's subscription went out and Will received the news that the money made it there okay. He talks about the troupe he is in and how they can see the play he is part of. He sends some of the lines of the play he stars in to Linnet.

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[4] p. ; 20 x 13 cm. + [2] p. (17 x 13 cm.)

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  • May 17, 1895

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McGee, Will H. [Letter from Will H. McGee to C. B. Moore, May 17, 1895], letter, May 17, 1895; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth203700/: accessed February 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.