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[Letter from K. Wallace to Charles B. Moore, August 29, 1897]

Description: This is a postcard from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by K. Wallace. In this brief letter, Wallace informs Moore about the death of a family member. She details that all of her immediate family is doing well and that she hopes the same for Charles and his family. At the close of the letter, Wallace discusses an upcoming trip to Dallas and sends her love to all.
Date: August 29, 1897
Creator: Wallace, K.

[Letter from Kate Wallace to C. B. Moore and family, September 26, 1898]

Description: She mentions that her mother died and that now the bond connecting them is broken. She tells them that her mother had been suffering, but continued to put on a brave face. They buried her next to their father and she will go live with her sister in Dallas. She gives her new address and is happy that he and Linnet enjoyed their trip with her. Included is the Funeral Notice for her mother.
Date: September 26, 1898
Creator: Wallace, Kate

[Letter from Mary and Charles B. Moore to Linnet Moore, November 9, 1898]

Description: Letter from Charles and Mary Moore to their daughter Linnet while she is away at school. They talk about a day trip they went on with Mr. and Mrs. Priest and their children. They went in the buggy and had a picnic near Van Alstyne of chicken, biscuit, pickles, custard, light bread and butter, and sweet potato custard. Charles brought some horses to town to sell, but only sold Bob. They hope she is feeling better and has her machinery back in working order. The Democratic candidate for governor looks like a whiskey bloat.
Date: November 15, 1898
Creator: Moore, Charles B. & Moore, Mary

[Letter from T. V. Munson to Charles B. Moore, December 5, 1898]

Description: Letter from T. V. Munson of T. V. Munson & Son's Denison Nurseries to Charles Moore stating that any time of clear weather from time of letter until March 15th is good for planting. He states the studies of polmology (apple cultivation) and theology are in the decline. Theology is destined to decay as men and women are allowed to do their own reading and thinking. Includes envelope which was used as scratch paper and has the names Lena Thompson and Gertie Woods on the back.
Date: December 5, 1898
Creator: Munson, T. V.