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[Postcard from Milton Andrew Matlock to his Brother]

Description: Postcard from Milton Andrew Matlock to his brother with a tinted photograph of two small boats on Lake Michigan in the moonlight; the title of the photograph reads: "U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill." There is a note on the card saying he will write another note soon.
Date: 1912~
Creator: Matlock, Milton Andrew
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Postcard to Edna Matlock, December 29, 1925]

Description: Postcard from a woman to Edna Matlock saying she trusts "you have had a nice Xmas we have for all are well." The image on the front of the card shows a podium covered in snow behind a Holly leaf and blue birds flying across the snowy background; the caption on the front reads: "Contentment, prosperity and joys not a few With all my heart I'm wishing for you, Best Wishes For The New Year."
Date: December 29, 1925
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Portrait of the Christopher Columbus Brownfield and Martha Catherine Matlock Brownfield Family]

Description: Portrait of the Brownfield family with five children; two of the younger children are seated in the front row and the three older children are standing behind the parents against the wall. Back Row L to R - Frances 'Fannie' Ida Brownfield (15), Cora E Brownfield (12), Walter Milton Brownfield (14) Front Row L to R - Christopher 'Chris' Columbus Brownfield (38), Bessie Brownfield (5), Martha Catherine Matlock Brownfield (41), Christopher 'CC' Columbus Jr Brownfield (2)
Date: 1894~
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Letter from the Trans-State Oil Company to R. B. McMillen, January 23, 1935]

Description: Letter from Claude Kavanaugh, of the Trans-State Oil Company, to R. B. McMillen concerning the value of Big Indian properties being highly valuable and "are going to be mad more valuable." This letter is in response to the huge amount of mail received by the unite holders from his original general letter. Also included is a flash announcement which, at the end, asks the unit holders to "sign and send in the enclosed proxy so that we may represent you...to defeat the present sale of the property."
Date: January 23, 1935
Creator: Kavanaugh, Claude
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Postcard from Gwendalene to Lois Matlock]

Description: Postcard from a girl named Gwendalene to Lois Matlock saying that she has been sick lately and does not want to go to school in the cold weather. The image on the front of the card shows a small angel-like boy holding a red heart and a bow with arrows and a caption that says: "To my Valentine."
Date: 191X
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Postcard from Lena Southern to Lois Matlock]

Description: Postcard from Lena Southern to Lois Matlock with an illustration of a man wearing a suit, holding his hat, and sitting in a chair next to a small table; the caption below the image reads: "If it aint too late." The note on the back of the card talks about Lena's school and her teacher, who she really likes: "he is a fine teacher."
Date: 191u-12-06
Creator: Southern, Lena
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Postcard from Milton Andrew Matlock to his Mother, June 12, 1912]

Description: Postcard from Milton Andrew Matlock to his mother with a tinted photograph the South Wallfleet Marconi wireless towers in Massachusetts; this includes four large towers and a small building. The note on the back of the card asks his mother why she has not responded to his letters, as well as mentions that he sent her a box of photos of the U. S. S. Utah and crew.
Date: June 20, 1912
Creator: Matlock, Milton Andrew
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Postcard from Milton Andrew Matlock to W. A. Scott, February 21, 1911]

Description: Postcard from M. A. Milton to W. A. Scott with a photograph of a goat standing next to a child dressed in a navy uniform, the title of the photograph is: "The Visitor and a Ship's Mascot." The note on the back of the photograph concerns Milton's unanswered letters by Scott: "I guess you must be drownded. Why have you not answered my letter?"
Date: February 21, 1911
Creator: Matlock, Milton Andrew
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.
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