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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

[Prescription for a Sore Throat]

Description: Prescription written for the treatment of a sore throat; the note also describes what to do if the inflammation continues.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Summary Written by the Son of Dr. Joseph Pound]

Description: Summary of Dr. Pound's actions practicing medicine during perilous time when there was "no bridges mosely cow trailes or none at all." The writer, Dr. Pound's son, details stories of his father being called away to Fredericksburg and Lano County to heal different people.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[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

[Letter from Dr. James Steele to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 31, 1912]

Description: Letter from Dr. James Steele to Dr. Joseph Pound with regrets that he won't be able to visit at the time he thought he would be able to; Steele says he spends "every Monday morning in San Marcos...and leave on the 1:40 P.M. train in time to reach my office here by 4 P.M." Steele also hopes to meet up with the Pounds in San Marcos one day and let his daughter spend a week with them.
Date: July 31, 1912
Creator: Steele, Dr. James S.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter to Dr. Joseph Pound from One of his Children, August 31, 1911]

Description: Letter to Dr. Joseph Pound from one of his children in Russell, Oklahoma concerning life on their land and saying their crop yield should be good after the rain they had: "Our cotton looks good if nothing happens..." She says that "Jake and I joined the M. E. church all the children went in with the Baptist."
Date: August 31, 1911
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Ida Moses to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 31, 1911]

Description: Letter from Ida Moses to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning their trips to Rochester due to her husband George's multiple stomach surgeries: "George was operated upon the first time the 10 of May...when they operated they found cancer." At the end of the letter she notes that his disease is rapidly progressing and he is really fighting a losing battle.
Date: July 31, 1911
Creator: Moses, Ida
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Lucy A. Kelly to Dr. Joseph Pound, May 9, 1911]

Description: Sympathy card from Lucy and Margaret Kelly to Dr. Joseph Pound sending their condolences to him after the death of his son. Also included in the record is the small envelope the card was sent in.
Date: May 9, 1911
Creator: Kelly, Lucy A.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Dr. James Steele to Dr. Joseph Pound, August 31, 1910]

Description: Letter from Dr. James S. Steele to Dr. Joseph Pound discussing rates for a trip to San Antonio and the prospects of eventually moving there; Steele says he plans to come visit "the old town of Dripping Springs."
Date: August 31, 1910
Creator: Steele, James S.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from J. R. Brown to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 7, 1910]

Description: Letter from J. R. Brown to Dr. Joseph Pound describing the sickness that his wife has been experiencing and asking the doctor if he had any suggestions as to how to treat such issues as stomach and bowel problems.
Date: July 7, 1910
Creator: Brown, J. R.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter to Dr. Joseph Pound from One of his Children, December 17, 1909]

Description: Letter to Dr. Joseph Pound from one of his children concerning to freezing weather up in Oklahoma; they look forward to moving once they are able to get out. She is sorry that they will not be able to make it down for Christmas but do look forward to the next time they make it down.
Date: December 17, 1909
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Dr. J. W. Harrison to Dr. Joseph Pound, May 18, 1908]

Description: Letter from Dr. J. W. Harrison to Dr. Joseph Pound asking him to please find the grave of Mrs. Harrison's father located somewhere on Wallace Mountain in Dripping Springs, Texas. He goes on to talk about his medical practice and asks if Dr. Pound is still practicing, and discusses old times and their ever growing age.
Date: May 18, 1908
Creator: Harrison, Dr. J. W.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from D. L. Yoas to Dr. Joseph Pound, December 23, 1907]

Description: Letter from D. L. Yoas to Dr. Joseph Pound discussing recent events such as the fact that Pound's son had stayed a few nights with them and that he would like to come and get the peach trees the doctor had offered him. At the end of the letter he wishes the doctor and his family a "Merry Christmas and happy New Year."
Date: December 23, 1907
Creator: Yoas, D. L.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Fanny Hamilton to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 18, 1907]

Description: Letter from Fanny Hamilton to Dr. Joseph Pound letting him know she was aware of his impending visit in August, though she asks him to come in September or October as the weather would be cooler and more pleasureful. She goes on to describe their crops and that they have had an abundance or rain leading to a good crop yield.
Date: July 18, 1907
Creator: Hamilton, Fanny
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Ida Moses to her Uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, July 7, 1907]

Description: Letter from Ida Moses to her uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, letting him know that she hopes he will be able to come and visit in the near future; she also hopes that cousins "Dr. and Fannie Hamilton will meet you here next month."
Date: July 7, 1907
Creator: Moses, Ida
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Margaret Kelly to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 4, 1907]

Description: Letter from Margaret Kelly to Dr. Joseph Pound discussing her possible inability to come up to visit him and go to the upcoming reunion on account of her sister having gotten sick the other day.
Date: July 4, 1907
Creator: Kelly, Margaret
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Albert Sydney Burleson to Dr. Joseph Pound, February 22, 1907]

Description: Letter from Albert Sydney Burleson to Dr. Joseph Pound detailing instructions on how to apply and be provided an increase in pensions from $12 to $16 as per his service in the Mexican American War. There is an enclosed document that shows the actual act of Congress that was passed to gain this increase; in part the act reads: "any person who served ninety days or more...during the late civil war or sixty days in the war with Mexico...be entitled to receive a pension as follows..." There is a three-tiered pension setup, those who are sixty two years or older gets $12, seventy years get $16, and seventy five or older get $20.
Date: February 22, 1907
Creator: Burleson, Albert Sydney
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Ida Moses to her Uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, September 16, 1906]

Description: Letter from Ida Moses to her uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, discussing friends and family members who have come down with sickness; her mother and uncle have both become stricken to their beds and her sister Jessie's family have "had a serious time with Typhoid fever."
Date: September 16, 1906
Creator: Moses, Ida
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Ida Moses to her Uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, March 4, 1906]

Description: Letter from Ida Moses to her uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, mostly describing her mother's accident in which she fell at her house and messed up her leg causing her to be confined to her bed for at least six weeks. She goes on to say that she wants him to come and visit the next time he comes up; she also asks about the rest of the family and how they are doing.
Date: March 4, 1906
Creator: Moses, Ida
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Albert Sydney Burleson to Dr. Joseph Pound, January 15, 1906]

Description: Letter from Albert Sydney Burleson to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning Pound's wish for an increase in pensions; Burleson tells him to bring himself "within the same category of those who have heretofore been granted increases" and there will be no problem obtaining an increase. At the end of the letter he tells the doctor not to have his secretary speak for him as "she is not very popular with the members" of the respective committee.
Date: January 15, 1906
Creator: Burleson, Albert Sydney
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

[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