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[Delegate's Certificate Presented to Dr. Joseph Pound, May 10, 1905]

Description: Delegate's certificate presented to Dr. Joseph Pound for his good standing in camp number 946 U. C. V. Pound had been appointed as one of the delegates of this camp on May 8, 1905 to the "Fifteenth Annual Reunion and Convention of United Confederate Veterans, to be held at Louisville, Ky."
Date: May 10, 1905
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound, October 21, 1905]

Description: Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound in regards to the doctor's 80th birthday and the fact that he will not be able to attend on account of his wife being "so unwell and delicate."
Date: October 21, 1905
Creator: Hicks, A. F.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter Written by Marguerite Cavett Hammack]

Description: Letter written by Marguerite Cavett Hammack as a child; at the beginning she asks for the receiver of the letter that she wishes they were there. Most of the language in the letter is not very legible.
Date: 1905-04-15?
Creator: Hammack, Marguerite Cavett
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Marguerite to Bud, 1905]

Description: Letter from Marguerite Cavett Hammack to "Bud," Dr. Pound's son, asking him to come visit her; she says that she is in the second reader and that they recently just got a new cow with a pretty calf.
Date: 1905
Creator: Hammack, Marguerite Cavett
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Handwritten confirmation note on St. Joseph's Church letterhead]

Description: Hanwritten note on St. Joseph's Church, Houston, Letterhead with seal, stating that John Jerome Rogers was confirmed at St. Joseph's on May 14, 1905. The name Jerome was taken at his confirmation. (#4 of 4 documents that were bound together)
Date: May 14, 1905
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Letter from G. W. Duncan to Mary Moore, May 22, 1905]

Description: Letter from G. W. Duncan to Mary Moore. He doesn't have news, but he says that he hasn't done any farm work because of the rain. He says that he has some of the payment, if they want it. He would like to renew the rate for another year. He doesn't think he will make a profit with cotton and has used his money for another purpose. He wants to pay the money if they want it by the due date. He asks that they respond soon.
Date: May 22, 1905
Creator: Duncan, G. W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter to Laura Wallace, June 6, 1905]

Description: Letter He was glad to receive her letter, but wished it was longer. He hasn't talked to her father, but he will come visit and they can do it together. He doesn't have any news from McKinney.
Date: June 6, 1905
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter to Mrs. Linnet White, June 1905]

Description: Letter to Mrs. Claude White. The author is sorry that Lillian did not come. The author was going to go visit her yesterday, but couldn't find a horse. The author wants Mrs. White to write her Aunt and convince her to let the author go visit Mrs. White's house. The author would like her to invite Lillian again and explain what is happening.
Date: June 1905
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from W. J. and Birdie McKinley to Mary Moore and Claude and Linnet White, November 27, 1905]

Description: Letter to Aunt Mollie and Claude and Linnet White. W. J. wants to explain why Uncle Tobe was not brought along. He doesn't like to leave. Bessie is the only one that can get him to leave for short amounts of time. He wants to tell Uncle Tobe first before his aunt. He wishes them the best wishes. The second letter Birdie wants to inform her Aunt Mollie on Uncle Tobe's condition. He is so worried about his money. He won't eat or drink and has become bedridden. Aunt Bettie wants to send him to the old soldier's home, but they are afraid it will cost them. Uncle Abe is doing better. Bessie wanted Mary's father to come stay with them. Mary's husband William Anthony doesn't want Mary to help with her father. She has been busy sewing for the last three weeks. She asks that Linnet write her, and is sorry for the bad news, but wants her Aunt Mollie to stay informed.
Date: November 27, 1905
Creator: McKinley, W. J. & McGee, Birdie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from George W. Tyler to Paul Osterhout, May 20, 1905]

Description: Letter from George W. Tyler to Paul Osterhout. Geo wrote to thank Paul profusely for a gift and to update him on his family. Ora, Paul's sister, had been reelected to her position by the Board of Trustees and a Mrs. Osterhout had a fracture and would need crutches. Geo also mentioned crop prospects and other small bits of news.
Date: May 20, 1905
Creator: Tyler, George W.
Partner: Rice University Woodson Research Center

[Letter from R. S. Hyer to Heber Stone - October 13, 1905]

Description: Letter written by R. S. Hyer to Heber Stone. Hyer says that neither he nor the professor of chemistry has time to spare to examine the ore that Stone sent.
Date: October 13, 1905
Creator: Hyer, R. S.
Partner: Southwestern University

Letter from K.K. Legett to H.H. Harrington - June 5, 1905]

Description: Letter written to Professor H.H. Harrington from K.K. Legett, accepting a dinner invitation on behalf of himself and explaining why his wife and children will not be attending.
Date: June 5, 1905
Creator: Legett, K. K.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from K.K. Legett to J.R. Curl - January 23, 1905]

Description: Letter written to J.R. Curl, the Texas Secretary of State, from K.K. Legett, concerning his appointment as a member of the board of directors of A&M College.
Date: January 23, 1905
Creator: Legett, K.K.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library