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[Customer's Draft, January 13, 1910]

Description: Customer's draft for Claude D. White from Merchant's National Bank in Omaha, Nebraska. The draft is for the transfer of nine hundred dollars to the Melissa State Bank in Melissa, Texas. The draft is dated January 13, 1910. The document has one stamp from the Melissa State Bank indicating that the sum of nine hundred dollars was paid on January 17, 1910.
Date: January 13, 1910
Creator: White, Claude D.

[Receipt, January 25, 1912]

Description: Receipt from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The receipt is for a month's rent at E. A. Lowry's property, 3333 Montgall. The rental agreement was between Claude D. White and Lowry. It is dated January 25, 1912.
Date: January 25, 1912
Creator: Lowry, E. A.

[Receipt, February 25, 1912]

Description: Receipt from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The receipt is for a month's rent at E. A. Lowry's property, 3333 Montgall. The rental agreement was between Claude D. White and Lowry. It is dated February 25, 1912.
Date: February 25, 1912
Creator: Lowry, E. A.

[Receipt, May 31, 1912]

Description: Receipt from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The receipt is for a month's rent at E. A. Lowry's property, 3333 Montgall. The property was located in Kansas City, Missouri. The rental agreement was between Claude D. White and Lowry. It is dated May 31, 1912.
Date: May 31, 1912
Creator: Lowry, E. A.

[Receipt, July 25, 1912]

Description: Receipt from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The receipt is for a month's rent at E. A. Lowry's property, 3333 Montgall. The rental agreement was between Claude D. White and Lowry. It is dated July 25, 1912.
Date: July 25, 1912
Creator: White, Claude D.

[Receipt, June 25, 1912]

Description: Receipt from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The receipt is for a month's rent at E. A. Lowry's property, 3333 Montgall. The rental agreement was between Claude D. White and Lowry. It is dated June 25, 1912.
Date: June 25, 1912
Creator: Lowry, E. A.

[Tax receipt, December 26, 1916]

Description: Tax receipt for state and county taxes in Texas for the year of 1916. The amount of $173.96 was paid by Charles D. White. This payment was made to the tax collector of Collin County. A stamp on the receipt indicates that the payment was made by White on December 26, 1916.
Date: December 26, 1916
Creator: State of Texas

[Receipt, December 11, 1925]

Description: Receipt from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The receipt is for a month's rent ending on December 25, 1911, at E. A. Lowry's property, 3333 Montgall. The rental agreement was between Claude D. White and Lowry.
Date: December 25, 1911
Creator: Lowry, E. A.

[Letter from Opal E. Drury to Mrs. Moore and Linnet, February 14, 1910]

Description: Letter from Ohal E. Drury to Mrs. Moore and Linnet. He mentions he has just gotten out of school and mentions who his teachers are. They gave one of the dolls they sent to the baby. He answers their question about pecans. He talks about the pony his father was working with. He talks about what he did for Christmas and decides to end the letter.
Date: February 14, 1910
Creator: Drury, Opal E.

[Letter from W. J. and Birdie McKinley to Mrs. Moore, Claude and Linnet White, and Wilie, March 19, 1914]

Description: Letter from Birdie McKinley to Mrs. Moore, Claude and Linnet White, and Wilie. talks about the weather and how everyone is doing. He wants to send Birdie to visit them since they aren't coming to Tennessee. He says that a lot has happened recently, the National Bank got robbed. He hopes they like Fort Worth. He talks about the baby Mary Louise. He bought something by the head rather than by the pound, and hopes to make some money off of it. He asks about Ruth and Frank asks about her too. He took pictures of Lillian and he will send some pictures and one of the cabin they were going to stay in. Birdie hopes they are settled into their new house in Fort Worth. She says they are all doing well. She talks about her baby and how Frank adores her. She also mentions the bank being robbed. If the fire hadn't been put out they would not have known the bank was robbed. She says she is slower at sewing, but the children do take up a lot of her time. Especially Harry who has been sick all winter. She gives news on everyone and hopes they will come visit during the summer. She is sending pictures they took with a rented Kodak two weeks ago.
Date: March 19, 1914
Creator: McKinley, W. J. & McKinley, Birdie

[Letter from S. A. Thornhill to Mary Moore, April 21, 1910]

Description: Letter from S. A. Thornhill to Mary Moore. She was glad to hear from them, she had imagined the worst and hopes they will have good health in Fort Worth. She talks about gardening, but it being too wet. She mentions the weather and how it has made her sick. Mary is going to list all of the friends that have died in 1910. John Crawford's obituary is included. She talks about Bud Thornhill's will. She is sorry for using scraps. She will try to finish the letter to send it off. She comments on the weather and how it is too wet to plant. She talks about her chickens and a hawk that tried to take her chickens. She gives some news about their friends in Tennessee. She hopes that Linnet will be alright and that her baby will comfort her. Claude and Time Jackson said they wanted to come visit her. She would like John to come also so they could have four generations in a picture. She talks about Russell Cole's body being moved after his wife died by his son. She mentions Wash Warren has been unwell. John Thornhill sent her some pictures.
Date: April 21, 1910
Creator: Thornhill, S. A.

[Letter from Sally Thornhill to Mary Moore, July 8, 1910]

Description: Letter from Sally Thornhill to Mary Moore in which she discusses her health, the garden and the crops, and the farm. She writes about how the economy has influenced their decisions on what to sell and what to hold on to. She gives news of her family and a baby that is teething. She relates the activities of family and friends.
Date: July 8, 1910
Creator: Thornhill, Sally