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[Clipping: Roy Mattox Dies in Jacksonville]

Description: A newspaper clipping with a circled article titled "Roy Mattox Dies in Jacksonville". The article is printed by The Clinch County News, dated February 5, 1954. Carswell handwrites on the clipping that Mattox was a childhood friend and neighbor.
Date: February 5, 1954
Creator: Clinch County News
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter and Clipping from T. N. Carswell to Mrs. J. F. Daugharty - January 20, 1956]

Description: A letter written to "Miss Emma Patterson" (Mrs. J. F. Daugharty), Fargo, Georgia from T. N. Carswell, dated January 20, 1956. Carswell expresses his sympathy to Daugharty on the death of her husband and reminisces about the past and how he knew her. Attached is a newspaper article printed by the Clinch County News, Homerville, Georgia, with an obituary titled "J. F. Daugharty Dies At Age 83".
Date: January 20, 1956
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from A. N. Carswell to T. N. Carswell - December 8, 1942]

Description: A letter written to "Brother" [T. N. Carswell] from A. N. Carswell, Homerville, Georgia, dated December 8, 1942. A. N. Carswell acknowledges his receipt of the letter from T. N. Carswell. He describes the excessive rain and advises that he "expressed" the pecans as requested. He expresses his wish that the T. N. Carswells could spend Christmas in Homerville and writes of family news explaining that Ashley will have to sign up for Uncle Sam as he will be eighteen years old. He advises that he was glad to have heard from Eula [Eula Clark].
Date: December 8, 1942
Creator: Carswell, A. N.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Allen N. Carswell to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to "Norwood" [T. N. Carswell], Abilene, Tex from Allen N. Carswell, Homerville, Georgia, dated June 28, Saturday p. m. Allen Carswell explains that he is writing to let T. N. Carswell know how he is getting along. He advises that he is at home alone day and night and is "very sad and lonely all the time day and night. I sometimes I will commit suicide and forget all my trouble"; he writes that Maree and Virgel have forgotten they ever had a father, that he will not ever forget loosing the one that is already gone on to Heaven.
Date: [1968..1970]
Creator: Carswell, A. N.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Allen N. Carswell to T. N. Carswell - October 7, 1948]

Description: A letter written to T. N. Carswell from Allen N. Carswell, Homerville, Georgia, dated October 7, 1948. Allen Carswell expresses his sympathy for the condition that Eula is in, noting that she has not ever listened to him nor to any of the family and that her son had better try and do something for his mother to take care of her. He dissertates on his family, after marrying, as "having had lots of sickness" and about how much money he has always spent on them. Allen advises, in a postscript, that he is sending fifty dollars to Eula.
Date: October 7, 1948
Creator: Carswell, A. N.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Clifford and Zeke to T. N. Carswell - October 7, 1972]

Description: A letter written to Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from Clifford and Zeke, dated October 7, 1972. Clifford and Zeke express their appreciation for hearing from Carswell that morning and advise that Iverson will answer Carswell's letter regarding the cemetery plots. They discuss their failing eye sight and their health, in general, wishing Carswell lived across the street for company for them since they no longer drive noting all of Zeke's family has passed away.
Date: October 7, 1972
Creator: Clifford and Zeke
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Iverson H. Huxford to T. N. Carswell - May 1, 1947]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas, from Iverson H. Huxford, Editor and Publisher, The Clinch County News, Homerville, Georgia, dated May 1, 1947. Huxford expresses his appreciation for the letter from Carswell and advises that he will be printing it in the paper this week. He recounts how he has talked for two or three years, to no avail, of the benefits of a chamber of commerce.
Date: May 1, 1947
Creator: Huxford, Iverson H.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Iverson H. Huxford to T. N. Carswell - October 7, 1972]

Description: A letter written to Mr. T. N. Carswell, Abilene, Texas from Iverson H. Huxford, Editor and Publisher, The Clinch County News, Homerville, Georgia, dated October 7, 1972. Huxford acknowledges his receipt of Carswell's letter which was written to Uncle Zeke and verifies the inquiry made by Carswell regarding the availability of the two spaces next to his mother's grave. He discusses Uncle Zeke's eyesight and advises of the help he gives to him with correspondence, checks and book work. He advises that Uncle Zeke and Dee want to convey their regards to Carswell, their old friend.
Date: October 7, 1972
Creator: Huxford, Iverson H.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Maree to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to Uncle Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from Maree, dated Wednesday a. m. Maree acknowledges her receipt of the letter from Carswell and advises that she gave it to her lawyer. She discusses the status of her divorce and her hope to get alimony from Winn without it being necessary to hire a lawyer in Texas.
Date: 1970
Creator: Carswell, Maree
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Maree to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to Uncle Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from Maree. Maree acknowledges her receipt of the letter from Carswell and proceeds to describe her financial life while living with her husband, that she paid his debts and is left with nothing. She advises that Winn now lives and owns a business in Denton, Texas thus making it necessary to retain a good divorce lawyer in Dallas, Texas and requests Carswell's help in doing finding a lawyer.
Date: 1970
Creator: Carswell, Maree
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Martha Carswell to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to Uncle Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from Martha [Martha Carswell]. Martha expresses their appreciation to Carswell and his family for the cheese they sent for Christmas noting Carswell knows how much Ashley loves cheese. She describes the baby as just like Ashley and explains how thrilled they are about their new house and that they are trying to get settled before Ashley is called back into the Air Corps but says she tries not to think about that.
Date: 1950~
Creator: Carswell, Martha
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Martha V. Carswell and Vella Carswell to T. N. Carswell - January 29, 1949]

Description: A letter written to Uncle Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from Martha V. Carswell & SIS [Vella Carswell], Homerville, Georgia, dated January 29, 1949. Martha and Vella advise Carswell about the folks at home. Ashley, at 24 years of age, is having financial difficulties and his wife Martha is five months along and has been advised by Dr. Schanze to stay in bed. They advise that Homerville is changing; paving roads and cutting down trees about which Papa is pitching a fit. Martha advises that Mama wrote the letter and she typed it. She has a nice job down in the Ordinary's Office.
Date: January 29, 1949
Creator: Carswell, Martha Virginia & Carswell, Vella Peagler
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Martha Virginia Carswell to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to Uncle Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from Martha Virginia Carswell, Homerville, Georgia, dated August 8, 1944. Martha Carswell advises that she has decided to go into the U. S. Nursing Corps and asks if he thinks it a wise thing to do. She advises that her mother wants for her to do so but that her father does not and that he has always treated her mother, herself and all of the children "terrible". Two postscripts address her guilt regarding her hatred.
Date: August 8, 1944
Creator: Carswell, Martha Virginia
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Allen Carswell - September 5, 1957]

Description: LeA lter written to Allen N. Carswell from his brother Norwood [T. N. Carswell], dated September 5, 1957. T. N. Carswell requests that Allen Carswell destroy this letter after reading whether or not he sees fit to use the suggestion in whole or in part. T. N. expresses his enjoyment of their last visit confiding that he felt they were more like brothers than ever before. He offers options for Allen regarding the land handed down to Allen from their mother.
Date: September 5, 1957
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Lula Belle Peagler - December 4, 1965]

Description: A letter written to Lula Belle Peagler, Homerville, Georgia from T. N. Carswell, dated December 4, 1965. Carswell expresses to Peagler his appreciation of their visit while in Homerville and the sharing of memories of old Homerville. He offers the season's greetings. A handwritten note by Carswell dated November 16, 1971 advises of her full name, how he knew her and that she is now deceased.
Date: December 4, 1965
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Wallace Jernigan - December 19, 1966]

Description: A letter written to Wallace Jernigan, Homerville, Georgia, from T. N. Carswell, dated December 19, 1966. Carswell requests that Jernigan solicit the support and influence of Representative-elect Stuckey in behalf of Representative Omar Burleson to fill the vacancy on the Rules Committee. He offers the season's greetings.
Date: December 19, 1966
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from T. N. Carswell to Zeke - October 5, 1972]

Description: A letter written to Zeke Smith from Norwood [T. N. Carswell], dated October 5, 1972. Carswell expresses his appreciation to Zeke on a sketch depicting burial plots where he also marks and makes note that he will reserve the spaces for himself and his wife next to his mother's grave. The reverse side includes notepad paper advertising Abilene Printing & Stationery Co., Abilene, Texas.
Date: October 5, 1972
Creator: Carswell, T. N. (Thomas Norwood)
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Vella Carswell to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to "Norwood "[T. N. Carswell] from "Sis" [Vella Carswell]. Vella expresses her appreciation of Carswell's wedding gift to Ashley and Martha recounting how they reacted to the gift and her explanation to Martha when she asked what kind of man Carswell was to send them such nice things. Vella writes, "I told her you loved Ashley and you was a lovable man so God bless you and your family."
Date: 1942~
Creator: Carswell, Vella Peagler
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Vella Carswell to T. N. Carswell]

Description: A letter written to Norwood [T. N. Carswell] from "Sis" [Vella Carswell]. Vella advises that Ashley and all the boys in his plane were shot down over Germany, not hurt, but were taken prisoner. She explains that the reason they heard so quickly was due to the friendship between Ashley, the pilot and the other boys. The pilot's mother learned earlier than was normal and wrote to them. She tells of other conversations regarding prisoners of war and of the many prayers being offered for their boy.
Date: December 1944
Creator: Carswell, Vella Peagler
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
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