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[Two Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, September 28 & October 2, 1943]
Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on September 28, and October 2, 1943. In the first letter, Dr. Moten suggests that his son practice as an assistant to a doctor to get some experience, if he isn't called to the army. He also discusses Don's money troubles. In the second letter, Dr. Moten discusses treating young men who have to report to the army soon, and again mentions Don's money troubles.
[Two Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Ike S. Moten, February 4 & 12, 1947]
Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Isaac "Ike" S. Moten in Giddings, on February 4 & 12, 1947. The first letter discusses a gift of meat and sausage sent to the Motens by Ike, and his recent illness. Dr. Moten asks him to get some supplies for his tenant. In the second letter, Dr. Moten offers to treat Ike's illness.
[Photograph of the Moten Family]
Group portrait of the Moten family seated in a living room in front of a mantel with a mirror and plants on it. From left to right, they are Dr. E. D. Moten, Carrie Annetta Moten, E. D. Moten, Jr., Myrtle Bell Moten, and Susie Whitlock Moten.
[Photograph of the Moten Family]
Group portrait of the Moten family. From left to right: Dr. E. D. Moten, Carrie Annetta Moten, E. D. Moten, Jr., Myrtle Bell Moten, Susie Whitlock Moten. There is a dog at Susie Whitlock Moten's feet. Dr. Moten and Susie Moten sit in chairs on either side of their children.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to the McCaskey Register Company, February 18, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to the McCaskey Register Company, on February 18, 1947, ordering a pocket history case and a thousand prescription blanks.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to L.S. Ayres & Company, February 16, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to the L.S. Ayres & Company, on February 16, 1947, requesting they pay for damages they caused to a building he owns, while moving furniture for tenant Fred Majors.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. H. H. Phipps, August 27, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. H. H. Phipps, on August 27, 1943, requesting he make hotel reservations for Moten for an upcoming visit to Hot Springs.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Senator R. L. Brokenburr, October 5, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his attorney, Senator Robert L. Brokenburr, on October 5, 1943, regarding some real estate.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, April 12, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on April 12, 1946. Moten gives his son advice on getting into a good medical school, and assures him that he will help his son out whenever he needs it.
[Two Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to William H. Wise & Co., October 1 & 11, 1946]
Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to William H. Wise & Co., on October 1 and October 11, 1946, concerning payment for a book Moten bought from the company in April, and summarizing his dealings with them since then.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Senator R. L. Brokenburr, October 21, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Senator R. L. Brokenburr, on October 21, 1943, settling his bills.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten recommending Herman Read, September 22, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten, on September 22, 1943, recommending Herman Read for a position.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. John T. Givens, February 11, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. John T. Givens, on February 11, 1947, discussing association news. Moten encloses a check for his dues for 1947, and promises to attempt to collect dues from members in his area.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Myrtle Moten Dabney, March 4, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his daughter Myrtle, on March 4, 1947. He mentions her upcoming departure as a Major's wife going overseas.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Myrtle Moten Dabney, April 16, 1947]
Carbon copy of a letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his daughter Myrtle, on April 16, 1947, while she is at Fort Hamilton waiting to ship to Germany.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, January 5, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on January 5, 1947, noting that it is nine years since the passing of the children's mother. He asks after Don's wife, and encloses tax notices.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, February 16, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on February 16, 1947. He discusses his son's plan to set up his optometry practice in Indianapolis after recently leaving the Army.
[Letter from E. Don Moten to Whom It May Concern, on February 16, 1947]
Letter from E. Don Moten, on February 16, 1947, stating his intention to establish an optometrist's office.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Myrtle Moten Dabney, June 18, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his daughter Myrtle, on June 18, 1946. He details his plans for a trip to California, and asks her to come with them.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Daisy M. Moten, April 30, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his sister Daisy Moten, on April 30, 1946. He asks her if she thinks she has done the right thing by remaining single after the death of her husband, and tells her that he is very happy with his second marriage. He thanks her for a Christmas present and an Easter card, and tells her that she is always welcome to visit his home.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Walter Davis, May 17, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Walter Davis of Giddings, on May 17, 1946, informing Davis that he will always have priority over those who wish to lease Moten's property in Texas for a greater price.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Pierce S. Moten, September 27, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his cousin Pierce S. Moten of Birmingham, Alabama, on September 27, 1943. He commends him on the noteworthy job he is doing in Birmingham, and for his hospitality during their recent visit.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, February 5, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten in Chicago, on February 5, 1947. He sends his son's club memberships, and talks about a new car for Don, as well as finding him and his wife a new place to stay.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, April 30, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten in Chicago, on April 30, 1946. He discusses his son's Hoosier Motor Club membership, and the fact that the Chicago Club doesn't accept Negro patrons. He also mentions Don's desire to go to school, and suggests staying in Chicago.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Walter Davis, December 24, 1945]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Walter Davis, on December 24, 1945, thanking him for a gift of pecans and a turkey, and hoping that Davis would plant a crop on his land the upcoming year.
[Two Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Josephine Bramlette Moten and his sister-in-law, April 29, 1947]
Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Josephine Bramlette Moten and his sister-in-law, on April 29, 1947. In the first letter, he discusses the recovery of Josephine's sister from an accident, and hopes that she will get better. He mentions vacation plans for Hot Springs or the Mayo Clinic, as well as a trip to California. In the second letter, he sends his sympathies to his sister-in-law following her accident.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Walter Davis, July 26, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Walter Davis of Giddings, on July 26, 1946, mentioning Dr. Moten's upcoming visit to Smithville. A second letter on the back of the first is addressed to Ike, and gives the same information as the first letter.
[Letter from Dr. Moten to William H. Wise & Co., June 13, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to William H. Wise & Co., on June 13, 1946, regarding a bill. Moten asks the company to inform him what the bill is for, and he will gladly pay it in full.
[Two Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten and Walter Davis, October 10, 1943]
Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten and Walter Davis, both on October 10, 1943. In the first letter, he discusses asking servicemen for news about who is being drafted, and hopes that his son will not be called. In the second, he acknowledges receipt of the Davis' rent, and advises him not to send the Motens a turkey if it will be too much trouble.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, June 13, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on June 13, 1946, discussing a new car for Don, and an upcoming vacation.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Myrtle Moten Dabney, November 3, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Myrtle Moten Dabney, on November 3, 1943, discussing the war, and family serving in the Army.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, December 9, 1945]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on December 9, 1945, who is back in the U.S., and will soon be mustered out of the army.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Pierce I. Moten, May 11, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his brother Pierce I. Moten, on May 11, 1946. He details the history of their late mother's estate and property, and advises his brother on how to go about collecting his portion.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, November 22, 1945]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on November 22, 1945. Dr. Moten details his son's experiences in the Army, and declares that he is thankful for them. He also discusses the family's Thanksgiving plans.
[Two Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Ike S. Moten and Rev. L. E. Goodlow, April 11, 1947]
Letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten: the first to Reverend L. E. Goodlow, on April 11, 1947; and the second to Ike S. Moten. This is a carbon copy with a letter on each side. The first letter discusses building projects, Moten's tenant in Texas, and medicine sent to Ike Moten. The second letter tells Ike Moten how to take the medicine Dr. Moten sent him.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don and Edith Moten, May 26, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don & Edith Moten in Chicago, on May 26, 1946. He mentions coming to visit them when he goes to a State Medical Association soon, as well as an upcoming trip to Texas and California.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Dennis A. Bethea, September 30, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Dennis A. Bethea, on September 30, 1943, about Bethea's interest in the Indiana M.D.R. Association.
[Letter from Pierce Isaac Moten to the Bastrop County District Clerk, February 1947]
Letter from Dr. Pierce Isaac Moten to the District Clerk of Bastrop County, in February of 1947, concerning some land owned by his mother, Carrie Moten.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, April 24, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son, Don Moten, on April 24, 1947, expressing pleasure that Don had a good trip. Moten offers to help set his son up in a new place.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Dennis A. Bethea, March 16, 1947]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Dennis A. Bethea, on March 16, 1947, about the Aesculapian Medical Society meeting.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Mr. Rinhart, May 15, 1946]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Mr. Rinehart of Giddings, on May 19, 1946, discussing the tenancy of Walter Davis in the house of Moten's late mother.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Gatch, October 25, 1945]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Gatch, Dean of the Medical Department of Indiana University, on October 25, 1945, asking them to consider his son as a student after he musters out of the Army.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten, October 11, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on October 11, 1943, concerning Don's beign recruited into the army.
[Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to the J.G. McCullough Agency, August 27, 1943]
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to the J. G. McCullough Agency, on August 27, 1943, regarding purchase of real estate.
[Photograph of Annetta and Myrtle Moten]
Photograph of Carrie Annetta Moten and Myrtle Bell Moten, daughters of Dr. Edwin D. Moten and Mrs. Whitlock Moten. Myrtle is standing and pointing towards the camera while Annetta is sitting on the grass on the right side of the image. They are both wearing white dresses with shoes and leggings.
[Portrait of Myrtle Moten]
Portrait of Myrtle Bell Moten. She is dressed in a velvet sleeveless bodice and wears a long-sleeved blouse made of a material that is almost sheer, but has a weave-like pattern and a lace collar. She is looking at the camera and has bobbed hair.
[Photograph of Susie Whitlock Moten]
Portrait of Susie Whitlock Moten seated on a wicker chair and wearing a white dress with lacy, three-quarter length sleeves and a pearl necklace.
[Photograph of Annetta Moten]
Portrait of Carrie Annetta Moten, wearing a dress and jacket suit with a white flower. her hair is groomed back into close curls and she is seated in profile.
[Military Portrait of Dr. E. D. Moten]
Portrait of Dr. E. D. Moten dressed in a uniform and referred to, in the margin of the bottom of the photograph, as "Col. E. D. Moten, S. G."
[E. D. Moten, Jr. Standing by a Tree]
Photograph of E. D. Moten, Jr., standing with one hand on a tree. He is dressed in a one-piece suit with long sleeves. There are cars in the background with a row of houses running on the left side of the street.