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[Letter from Albert Sydney Burleson to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 5, 1906]

Description: Letter from Albert Sydney Burleson to Dr. Joseph Pound saying that he has enclosed a letter from the Bureau of Pensions "showing that your claim for increase pension to $16.00 per month has been allowed." The enclosed document, signed by V. Warner, does say that the "pension has been allowed at $16.00 per month from June 6, 1906."
Date: {1906-07-05,1906-06-29}
Creator: Burleson, Albert Sydney & Warner, V.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[News Clippings: Deaths of Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Dodd]

Description: Two news clippings concerning the deaths of women of the Sutherlin family. The clipping on the left concerns the death of Mrs. Lydia J. Edwards, who was asphyxiated due to gas fumes in 1920. The second clipping gives an overview of the death and funeral services of Mrs. Christie Dodd in 1902.
Date: {1902,1920-11-12}
Partner: Private Collection of the Sutherlin Family

[Photo of Major E. M. Heath, L. M. Head, A. A. Head and Confederate Soldiers]

Description: Photograph of several confederate soldiers and nurses at a reunion of confederate soldiers. The man in the top right is identified as "Major E. M. Heath" and the woman next to him is one of his daughters. The front left man is "A. A. (Ben) Head," and the front right man is "L. M. (Bud) Head." The other two women are nurses and the other men are not identified. There is an attached note on the left side of the photo listing details about the pictured people.
Date: [..1902]
Partner: Johnson County Historical Commission

Portrait of Man

Description: Copy negative of two portraits of Walter E. Smith. The photograph on the left was taken in 1910 in Fort Worth, and the one on the right was taken in 1907 in Roby.
Date: {1907,1910}
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Three Bank Notes for J. E. M. Yates]

Description: Three bank notes prepared for J. E. M. Yates. The first acknowledges that J. M. Davis will pay him $15 with an interest rate of 10% per annum as of January 1, 1906. The second note is dated October 1, 1906 and says that P. C. Davis "one year after date, I, we, or either of us, promise to pay...twenty seven and 45/100 Dollars." The third note is dated January 16, 1902 and stipulates that P. C. Davis "On Oct 1st 1902 after date I, we, or, either of us, promise to pay to the order of J. E. M. Yates" $18 with ten percent interest.
Date: {1902-01-16..1906-10-01}
Creator: The M. P. Exline Co.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Two Letters And Envelope Addressed to McAlpine]

Description: Two letters and an envelope discussing ranch matters. The first letter is addressed to "Uncle" and signed "Bof Bingham," discusses news of a cattle ranch and is dated June 2, 1918. The second letter is on Sayles Bros. & McAlpine letterhead, addressed to "John" and dated July 2, 1908. The envelope is addressed to "Mr. Uncle McAlpine" and has a note written on it that reads, "This explains itself. It may be a bluff and may not. He has done nothing yet."
Date: {1908-07-02,1918-06-02}
Creator: Bingham, B.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Two Letters from B. J. Warz to Dr. Joseph Pound]

Description: Two letters from B. J. Warz to Dr. Joseph Pound stating that he will get an increase in pension, and that he is to "execute the voucher...and return it to the pension agent at Knoxville." The second letter concerns the protection against fraudulent impostors of officers in the Bureau of Pensions: "The OBJECT OF THIS CIRCULAR is to protect all persons...against the swindling schemes of unprincipled IMPOSTORS."
Date: {1903-04-14,1903-07-30}
Creator: Warz, B. J.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead
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