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Description: Marriage license of Mr. Kade Bryan Legett and Miss Annie Maude Aycock, filed in Midland County, Texas.
Date: July 6, 1920
Description: Letter written by J.E. Carpenter to K.K. and K.B. Legett concerning his examination of a tract of land. Carpenter closes the letter by giving his recommendation of developing the land.
Date: September 18, 1919
Creator: Carpenter, J. E.
Description: Letter written by J.W. Ward of the Texas & Pacific Railway Company to K.K. Legett, concerning passage for his cattle underneath the railroad tracks on his land.
Date: January 12, 1900
Creator: Ward, J. W.
Description: Statements of receipts and disbursements for the year 1900 for Marvin and Joe Harris, Ruth Harris, Everett Harris, and Mrs. Hardy.
Description: Certificate signed by J.S. Hogg, Governor of Texas, appointing K.K. Legett as delegate to the North and South Railway Convention at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Date: May 26, 1893
Description: Certificate appointing K.K. Legett as a member of the Board of Directors of Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College (Texas A&M College).
Date: January 4, 1905
Description: Envelope with a printed return address, "After 5 days return to Abilene District Automobile Dealers Association, Inc. Abilene, Texas." The rest of the envelope is blank.
Description: Letter written by H.R. Glasscock in Houston, Texas to Messrs Spoouts and Legett in Abilene, Texas, regarding receipt of photographs of a Taylor County land deed, along with other business matters.
Date: December 25, 1885
Creator: Glasscock, H.R.
Description: Legal document written by D.B. Corley concerning a transfer of rights to two books, "Lives of the Twelve Apostles" and "A Visit to Uncle Tom's Cabin," and two patents, No. 492143 and No. 495252.
Date: August 23, 1894
Creator: Corley, D. B.
Description: Small newspaper clipping of an article from the Abilene Reporter, speaking of a letter addressed to W.J. Bryan that was found in a building in Nebraska. Also included is a letter from Ellouise Cockrell Stevenson to W.J. Bryan, containing a transcript of an article written by Stevenson's father about the location of the Federal Court in Abilene.
Date: February 24, 1938
Creator: Stevenson, Ellouise Cockrell
Description: Two loan notes, the first recognizing a loan made to John Bell and Alex Martin by Spoonts & Legett, and the second a loan made to Dixon English by Legett & Hardwicke. Also included is an envelope with printed and handwritten text.
Date: [1883, 1893]